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Textured Bowl This is a fairly plain, semi-shallow bowl.However, add a little texturing on the bottom, and a lovely bead just below the rim, and you have a much more attractive bowl.To really show off the texturing, I selected some fairly clean maple for the project.
The timber I started with was about 8 inches in diameter and 2 inches thick.Mount Blank On LatheBandsaw the blank round.Choose the side that will be opposite the bottom, and drill a 3/8" pilot hole.This hole accommodates a 1/2" scr*w chuck, which fits into the 'ONEWAY' stronghold chuck.
After mounting the chuck on the lathe, lock the spindle of the lathe, and scr*w on the bowl blank.Make sure that the wood of the blank is FLAT against the jaws of the chuck.Doing so ensures the scr*w chuck's tremendous holding power.
Once you have the blank mounted on the lathe, set the rest to the outside of the piece and make the outside cuts.Face Cut Face cut When you have trued the outside, move the rest to the face, and cut from the outside, into the middle.
A few things to consider: this cut should be as flat as possible; you are just preparing...