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Monday, 12 November 2012 04:45

Turning SIG Laminated vessels - Butch Davis (11/8/12)

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Fresh from a first place win at the Georgia National Fair, Butch Davis explained how he designs and develops layers or rings to create complex turned shapes from dimensional lumber.  He explained how he uses a grid to layout a design and then cuts rings out of boards that have been prepared for the theme he will use.  The concentric rings are cut out of multiple boards using a scroll saw and then stack glued to resemble a rough turned piece before it has ever been turned.

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