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The Two Piece Hollow Form
By Brian McEvoy

For: Intermediate Turners


Please understand this lesson in most cases does not show the actual tool position for making the cuts. You must be able to turn two very similar shallow bowls to be successful. How you achieve this is not important. There are many methods and tools used when turning one piece hollow forms. I have tried most, with some degree of success.


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