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Teacher, author, and wood turner Mike Mahoney answers eight reader questions about tools and techniques for turning bowls.
Why are there so many different gouges? FREEPLAY 1
What’s the difference between shear scraping, scraping, and cutting? PLAY 2
What’s the right way to position a gouge? PLAY 3
How can I avoid tearout when turning end-grain fiber? PLAY 4
What’s the best way to handle difficult grain? PLAY 5
How can I prevent green wood from cracking? PLAY 6
What’s the best way to cut a tenon for a scroll chuck? PLAY 7
What’s the proper lathe speed? PLAY 8
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