Journey into Woodturning #6: First Successful Box! while using a roughing gouge improperly

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Blog entry by MovingChips posted 07-28-2020 02:10 PM 618 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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My first successful box. Still not perfect but darn close. I used a soft maple kin dried bowl blank.

The exotic wood from the first box from amazon was depleting. The second box was all small stuff. So, I went big and got some bowl blanks to push the machine and myself.

There were a few challenges I faced, but in the end I think the box turned out great. I’m new to turning and although this was turned awhile ago using a roughing gouge on end grain, I have since discovered the proper way to use the roughing gouge.

Here is this week’s video: First successful box turning with soft maple

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