Making accurate segments for segmented bowls
In several books I have seen how people have made all kinds of jigs to use on their disc sanders to make all their bowl segments the same by "tweaking" them. I have had really good luck just making my angled segments on my table saw. I have a very good blade that leaves a glue joint quality finish and an Incra miter gauge that is super accurate and repeatable. I just set the angle and set an end stop on the niter gauge fence and all my parts come our beautifully and accurately. Does anyone have any other techniques that they use?
"What we hope ever to do with ease, we must first learn to do with diligence".
- Samuel Johnson