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By John Nelson

Пятьдесят солидных на вид, но простых в исполнении проектов, готовые к использованию шаблоны включены в это издание.Шкатулки, необычные часы, и многие репродукций антикварной мебели обеспечат увлекательное времяпровождение для начинающих столяров.

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This tapering blank is for an outflowing bowl. Enclosed forms would have squared sides. If you’re cutting natural-edge blanks on a bandsaw or table saw, ensure that there is no gap between the point where a sawblade enters the wood and the saw table (see the drawing on the facing page). The force of a sawblade on an unsupported portion of a log or board can snap the blank over, and you can easily lose a finger or two.    Saw the sides of your blanks, as shown in the photos at left. Finally, saw along the line at right angles to the centerline of your blank, above, to create a flat base.

305mm) long log can be laid out to yield at least two 10-in. by 3-in. (255mm × 75mm), top and left, as well as four small blanks from the two quartersawn boards. Alternatively, right, the log can be cut to eight blanks 5 in. to 6 in. (125mm–150mm) in diameter for naturaledge bowls with the bark retained. 36 The Art of T urned Bowls cut, lower right of the same photo, to yield eight blanks 5 in. to 6 in. (125mm to 150mm) in diameter for natural-edge bowls. The photo at right shows a small elm log cut into squared blanks for 8-in.

By 3 in. (150mm × 75mm), 12 in. by 4 in. (305mm × 100mm), 10 in. by 4 in (255mm × 100mm) and so on. That the ceramic and metal bowls have similar proportions indicates that other factors to do with practicality and function are involved. In addition, we rarely look at a bowl in profile Turned Bowls (from an angle where we’re unable to see the inside), so our perception of the form changes with the angle of viewing, whether we’re standing or sitting. In addition, we are usually too busy getting the most out of our logs or boards, or meeting the needs of our chucks, to take the trouble.

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