President Joanne W. conducted the business meeting Sam T.: Hazards of CA and how to unstick fingers Show and Tell table(?): Ron L. told of New Zealand trip and donated 25 years of AAW journals. Rick H.: Survived hematoma to tell another tale Rick H. Jeff V. with spalted bowl John As. : Natural edge bowl Jim R.: several multi-axis turnings More multi-axes by Jim David F. dried this natural edge Apricot bowl using alcohol David wants a bigger lathe so he can turn more of these Bruce O. refined the design of his segment cuttting jig Our guest demonstrator Tom Edwards from the San Diego Woodturners Tom’s topic: Faults and Fixes Tom Edwards items -1 Tom Edwards items -2 Tom Edwards items -3 Wood fillers that can be dyed Different colors of filler – kitchen spices – slots cut with biscuit joiner Cream of Tartar makes a good cheap dyeable white filler Dowels used for design element Epoxy casting resin from craft store can be dyed and inlayed Eucalyptus pods can be filled with resin Black Walnut shells used for miniature stained glass windows Walnut shell filled with colored resin Example of dark resin bleeding into light wood Pyrography can mask cracks and voids Masking for a painted-on design Built up layers of colored paper Resin filled crack on side – colored paper layers on top cut on ornamental lathe Craft paper is stacked with painted resin Paper and resin top Filling voids and cracks with resin Pearlescent casting in void Stacks of layers to make hollowform Extending burl piece with added layers before turning Red and blue dyed resin “Cactus Juice” treatment for punky wood Void filled with colored resin Dyed toothpicks cast in resin – top is top Casting form Plastic retains resin during casting Wood disk and black resin bowl Feature ring for segmented piece with black resin Wood burning decoration – can use printed designs for inspiration Whole golf balls cast in resin Balls turned half way through Wood and PVC pipe in red, white, and black – cast in resin Palm nuts in resin Madrone and resin If bowl rim too high, save to add to short bowl Multi-axis grooves filled with green and black resin Agate cabochons inlayed Miniature birdhouse from small cutoffs Patched and pine needle rim Incorporating large cracks into the design Cracks filled with resin and also two halves joined with layers of wood Dyed quilted maple vessel Base is separate turning and carved Pearl resin in pine cone Agate stones Wood shavings dyed and then cast in resin – club got this one CIW demonstators at Woodcraft store in Ventura Wild man Arnie R. demonstating natural edge bowl turning Joe R. turning a bowl for large audience Joe finishing bottom using jam chuck Ray H. turning disk for shawl clasp/pin Arnie and Ray demonstrating Jim R. demonstating multi-axis turning Observer got to keep one of Jim’s turnings Ray’s finial needle for shawl pin being sanded Ray H. charming the ladies David F. turning bowl Al G. getting help with multi-axis demo Al holding forth Mark E. helping Bill B. with final cleanup. Only known photo of Bill actually working.