Business meeting: new officers elected Show and Tell table Ron L. brought 3-sided lidded boxes like Cindy Drozda’s Al G. John As. Rick H.: epoxy filled grooves Decorative bands Kyle demonstated his technique for making a segmented bowl with different woods and patterns on inside compared to outside His full slide presentation can be found in the Members Only section of this website Kyle uses his own spreadsheet to calculate all the angles and clearances. You may request a copy by emailing Kyle. A single segment showing typical construction with waste wood A glued-up ring – Gorilla Glue used for extended setup time This model shows how segments join together. The bowl is actually built up one ring at a time. This also allows for brick stacking. Two different cross-sections Basic stock glued up with PVA glue. He cuts this at various angles on radial arm saw so that laminate joint is parallel to bowl wall. Pine is used for the waste wood. Zebrano Walnut Hickory Segment sanding jig. He uses bandsaw to cut segments and then sands to final dimension Kyle works in decimal so this ruler is essential Wood raffle: Ash, etc.