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You Mean - That Wood Had A Platter Inside?

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Published on Apr 28, 2017

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This project comes from a block of pine I received as a raffle prize at a woodturning club meeting. Initially, I was disappointed that it is pine, a softwood, that I don't like to turn.

It has been a while since I turned a platter. I could not see a deep bowl in the half log -- only possibly a platter.

For a platter, I mounted the wood to a screw chuck after chain sawing a good slice. Then trued the face before rounding off the perimeter. Then cut a mortise to receive my larger jaws. Then completed the bottom side of the platter.

After reversing the platter, I turned the rim first while the wood was still stable. Then extended the hollow down to the bottom. Finally, I finished the remainder of the inside hollow.

This 12" by 2" platter is finished with walnut oil.

Good turning.

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Music: Traumerei by Shumann performed by Becky Schlappi. Used by permission.

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