Bruce B. announced Harvey Rich wood turning studio established at Beatrice Wood Ojai Show and Tell Table: Ron L.: Birch and Juniper bowls, Forstner bit extender. Jeff. H.: Black Walnut hollow sphere vessel Rick H.: Decorated forms based on bowl-from-board technique, two scoops Dave S.: Urchin box Arnie R.: Wormy bowl Lidded Box Lime finish David F.: Blue stain fungus pine bowls From Douglas Fir beam Bruce B.: Moulthrop vessel – finished on inside too! Jim R..: Up another level Urchin box with epoxy Oak yarn bowl Little green man Katie M.: Bowl for AAW – Joanne W. gets Sam Turrner begins demo on turned scoops (demo’d here by Soren Berger – New Zealand in 2004) Roughing the blank Example scoops showing various stages of development Roughing the form Smoothing sphere with negative rake scraper Now offset at the tailstock only (the only offset for this project) After forming the handle end The final shape we are shooting for After working the handle’s side (top side in photo) Sam uses small sanding pad to finish the handle’s end Ready to drill sphere to proper depth – starting with brad point drill. Chuck has pipe strap clamp for extra security Finish with machinist’s drill. Be sure handle flat is perpendicular before drilling. Now hollow the sphere and also cut into top part of handle Scraping tool for hollowing Another useful scraper Mostly-finished scoop Ron L. brought Juniper wood; Bruce O. brought donated antique lathe Five new Jet mini lathes for Cabrillo shop – David F. led team to install.