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#89 is the conclusion of my "Twin Oak Economy Bowls Series"
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stephen - nice work as always!!
Question - what angle do you set your bandsaw at to get the correct fit and taper?
Also - I live in Canada - but while vacationing next winter, I will be in your area - any chance if I advise you of some dates that I could come and meet you at your shop? I will be 69 years old in March and my wife of 48 year will likely be with me.
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Dennis
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This video is an overview of my Twin Oak Economy Bowls tutorial. It condenses a long er video series into a twenty minute highlight video.
I use a 15 1/2 x 15 1/2 x 2 1/2 blank to get two 15 1/2 x 5 inch twin bowls with a segmented Mahogany rim and Golden Crosses inlaid into the bottom.
Hope you will enjoy this project. I will have the tutorial series uploaded very soon
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After watching Al Furtado cutting blanks with his bandsaw with a riser block I decided to install the one I had for mine and never got around to installing. This video shows the procedures for installing a six inch riser to increase your 14 inch bandsaw capacity from six to twelve inches and also the tuning procedures I use to ensure smooth operation of my bandsaw. Hope you enjoy watching.
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Great Video...
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My Kiln design was inspired by watching Carl Jacobsen build his. I acquired a large smoker and will convert it into a kiln. Also I am answering a question from a viewer who asked about how to quarter saw lumber. Thank you for watching.
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What a cool project Larry. I would have never thought of turning a winder. Your creativity is amazing. I really enjoyed watching this project. Your TTW apron is really cool also. Glad to hear your treatments are coming to a close and all is looking good for you. Wish you all the best.
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+Stephen Ogle Hello Stephen: I hadn't thought of making one either... till mine broke! ;>) The aprons aren't cheap... but I really like the usefulness of it... I have pockets in my coat but I guess because they are smaller they never got used all that much... But the apron has huge ones and they are always in use! I am getting a second one for doing my markets with... a lot handier than a wallet! ;>) Looking forward to next Thursday... that's when I am just starting to rebound from the chemo... and for the last 6 months that's when I went back for the next one! Well Thursday there won't be another one and I might be able do more than think about doing things! ;>) Accepted and reciprocated! ;>) Thanks for watching Larry
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#88 Is the first part a a full length project video showing my process for making two bowls from a single slab. Economy bowls are an excellent way to make the most of the wood you have. This project is two 15 x 5 inch sister bowls from a 15.5 x 2 inch slab. Hope you enjoy watching.

For a condensed version check out #87 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8JFLc7QgaM
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This I will copy, if you dont mind? The shape is really beautiful. You make good videos. I will try and make my own videos but have zero experience. Any advice ??
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This video is a collaboration between my friend John Williams and myself. John asked me to carve and inlay into some coasters he was working on for a friend and client. I hope you will enjoy this project.

You can visit John's Channel at:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxqLQhfL5quPYfQDMBQw2zQ/videos
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Awesome job. You guys are definitely the dynamic duo.
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This video is made for presenting at the annual Homespun Festival in my hometown of Rockmart, GA. It features four of my recent Youtube uploaded video projects. I will be showing this video on a loop inside my craft booth.
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A representative of Inventables, which is a company in Chicago, contacted me about doing a tool review of one of their newest 3D CNC Carving machines called the X-Carve. I accepted their request and they shipped me this machine at no cost to me. This video is my review of their product. I am providing a link to the Inventables web site and hope you will check them out.

https://www.inventables.com/technologies/x-carve
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Absolutely wonderful to hear from you my friend. Yes, it would be possible to carve on the top or bottom of a shallow bowl if you had access to the right software. The machine is capable of full 3D carving. It would be a big challenge that I would love to give a try. Hopefully one day I can. Your crazy ideas is what makes your channel so great. Thank you Robbie again my friend.
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Part 2 of my Camphor Hollow Form series includes rough hollowing with my new hollowing bar and finding out I have a lot to learn about it's use. Cleaning up the interior and finish.

John Williams Youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxqLQhfL5quPYfQDMBQw2zQ

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http://www.ronbrownsbest.com/
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oh yeah  where I live rain is no big thing
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