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post #21 of 22 Old 01-21-2012, 12:52 PM
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just have to say John this is a excellent video on roughing out bowls
there are so many new turners out there that don't know that a Roughing gouge is a no no for bowl turning if you get a catch the tang could brake off and cause you some serous damage

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Thanks John for the excellent video. Something i do when turning square, I put green masking tape on the edges of the blank. It makes the invisible sides visible again. That allows me to see my shape a little better.
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