500 Wood Bowls: Bold Original Designs Blending Tradition by Katherine Duncan Almone

By Katherine Duncan Almone

Шар - одна из самых традиционных форм. В книге представлено 500 изящных изделий из дерева.The bowl is likely one of the most standard kinds, yet modern artists who paintings in wooden keep in mind that it has great capability. those 500 beautiful examples, many through pioneering artisans, convey simply how a lot the bowl has been ''reinvented'' through craftpeople worldwide as either an iconic item and as a departure for self-expression. On show are quite a lot of woodworking ways, from chisel to chainsaw to router to bandsaw. a few have carvings at the suface; others characteristic paint and combined media; whereas many extra remain with regards to what nature supplied, with the wooden easily sanded and sealed. The gifted creators contain James Prestini, Bob Stocksdale, impolite Osolnik, Mel Lindquist, Ed Moulthrop, Mark Lindquist, David Ellsworth, and William Hunter.

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Use a chisel to pare any remaining stock flush with the bowl’s bottom. F ou r -Jaw C h uc k s 29 Sharpening Gouges I n my years of teaching wood turning, I’ve noticed that many students have trouble learning how to grind gouges correctly. That’s understandable. Unlike most other turning tools, a bowl or spindle gouge must be moved in two directions simultaneously—rolled against the grinding wheel while being swept from side to side. That’s the only good way to keep the gouge’s distinctive fingernail profile and a cutting edge beveled at a consistent angle along the curved end of the tool.

Your body position and stance are difference-makers when it comes to clean T u r n i ng f u r n i T u r e pa rT s 35 Drop the tool into the cut. Let the bevel ride high on the blank before entering the cut. Draw the gouge back slowly and angle it down to drop the cutting edge into the workpiece. Roughing out a cylinder. The wide bevel and deep flute make this tool easy to control while hogging out material from a blank. 3⁄4 -in. roughing gouge cuts. New turners make the mistake of moving the gouge by pushing their arms or rotating their waist.

Find the center by drawing corner-to-corner lines on both ends, then use the marks to line up the workpiece on the lathe’s centers. Punch the intersection with an awl. Tap the drive center. To mount a spur center, remove it from the lathe and pound it into the end of the workpiece to create a pattern of indents. Line it up. The awl and spur marks will register the piece when you seat it between the drive and tail centers. Line everything up and then tighten the tailstock to secure the blank. Keep it close.

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