Woodturning an Unnatural Edge Burl Bowl – Mallee and Resin Hybrid

Woodturning an Unnatural Edge Burl Bowl - Mallee and Resin Hybrid
In this video I create a hybrid blank from an Australian Brown Mallee Burl, polyurethane resin and then turn an enclosed bowl. I use a mixture of traditional and modern tools for my turning, using the new negative rake carbide tips from Easy Wood Tools for the finishing cuts on the resin to stop chipping out.
Easy Wood Tools are available in the UK from Amazon.co.uk

Easy Wood Tools

The resin used is Opticast 2000 polyurethane resin from MBFG

Yorkshire Grit Original and Microfine

Milliput epoxy putty.

Pressure pot is from Sprayequipment

Cellulose sanding sealer and microcrystalline wax are from Chestnut Products, check out the woodturning weekender planned for next year

Makers Central 11th 12th May 2019, NEC, Birmingham, UK

My name is Jim Overton, welcome to my channel.
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Woodturning an Unnatural Edge Burl Bowl – Mallee and Resin Hybrid

11 thoughts on “Woodturning an Unnatural Edge Burl Bowl – Mallee and Resin Hybrid”

  1. Jim that is beautiful! Very well done and planned out! Absolutely one of my favorites of yours also! Watch out Heath Knuckles!

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