Turn a Green Wood Bowl: Hollowing the Inside
Part 3 of 4: Learn to cut with the grain and achieve a consistent wall thickness when turning a greenwood bowl
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Southern California woodturner Howard Lewin talks his way through the process of hollowing a green wood bowl in this video, the second in our four-part series. Lewin demonstrates his techniques for cutting with a deep-fluted bowl gouge and shares many of the important details when hollowing a large-scale face-plate project, such as how to prevent chatter and how to keep a consistent wall thickness.
|Shaping a Bowl Profile |
See several time-tested methods for using a bowl gouge to get clean cuts on the exterior
|Finishing a Bowl |
Important steps to turning a foot and parting the finished bowl from the lathe