Here's my second attempt at a hollow form, just finished. I learned three important things tonight:
- I like turning maple a WHOLE LOT more than I like turning oak.
- When the guidance someone gives you on how to use a tool conflicts with the instructions that came with the tool, go with the instructions.
- As addicting as turning has been so far with pens, eggs, spindle stuff, and bowls, hollow forms promises to be much worse.
The Munro hollowing tool was much better behaved following the instructions of starting at 7-8 O'clock and turning clockwise into the cut.