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Moulthrop techniques

I just saw a short documentary on PBS about the Moulthrop family and their beautiful hollow forms and had a big urge to fire up the lathe right now (getting a bit late tonight for that). I hadn't heard of them before. One thing I found very intriguing are their resin composite bowls - that seems like something to try sooner or later. It was mentioned that their use epoxy resin. Does anyone know if there is anymore more specific than that, or what to use which would then be readily "turnable"? The high gloss finish on those bowls was really beautiful as well.
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