Woodturning Wild Black Walnut “Diminishing Returns”

Woodturning Wild California Black Walnut-Diminishing Returns

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Woodturning Wild Black Walnut “Diminishing Returns”

5 thoughts on “Woodturning Wild Black Walnut “Diminishing Returns””

  1. Do you ever epoxy cracks like that? Maybe that is too time consuming when you have to get a lot of turning done for sale, as opposed to those of us who just turn for the enjoyment of it.

  2. Still very cool Rick. Even though it’s mostly sapwood, that piece gives a very interesting uniqueness in its own way👍

  3. Hi Rick,
    Too bad about all the cracks but you got a pretty nice bowl out of the blank!
    Funny,,,your small bowls are my big bowls! LOL
    Thanks for the video,,,

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