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Turning Epoxy Bowls

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Join George Vondriska on Thursday, February 9th at 11:00 am CT for a FREE LIVE event! Epoxy gives you the opportunity to make beautiful bowls on the lathe.  There are a few tricks involved in turning them, including chisel selection, sanding and finishing.  Chisel selection is critical to make sure you don’t get catches as you’re turning. You’re going to love epoxy bowls. Make sure to download the free guide here!

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4 Responses to “Turning Epoxy Bowls”

  1. Daniel Percell

    I wish you would try things like punky wood before you do a video. Punky wood is much deeper than most punky wood exists. I hate to be a bearer of bad news but this video is not correct with all epoxy turning. More info needed

  2. Daniel Percell

    Vacuum and pressure is a whole different thing! And used totally different

  3. Daniel Percell

    No I prefer regular turning tools with epoxy! Just depends on what I am trying to cut!

  4. David B McDowell

    I like your video I have no problem getting close to work. What I was saying earlier you may want to check your camaca lens for being dirty. It doesn't take much even a finger print will make it do what it is doing. It is autofocusing then going right back to blurry.

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