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Turners 2 WNYWT-February 2012 Meeting

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Show and Tell Items

A large Hard Maple bowl by Pat Delmonte A large Hard Maple bowl by Pat Delmonte A large Hard Maple bowl by Pat Delmonte A large Hard Maple bowl by Pat Delmonte Hard Maple bowls cored from the same block by Pat Delmonte The largest of the cored Hard Maple bowls turned by Pat Delmonte
The largest of the cored Hard Maple bowls turned by Pat Delmonte The midsize of the three cored Hard Maple bowls by Pat Delmonte The midsize of the three cored Hard Maple bowls by Pat Delmonte The smallest of the cored Hard Maple bowls by Pat Delmonte The smallest of the cored Hard Maple bowls by Pat Delmonte Cherry Vase turned by Pat Delmonte
Cherry Vase turned by Pat Delmonte Cherry bowl turned by Gerald Rucker Cherry bowl turned by Gerald Rucker Cherry bowl turned by Paul Wojtanik Cherry bowl turned by Paul Wojtanik Ten multi wood wine stoppers and caddy turned by Jim Hilburger
Ten multi wood refrigerator magnets turned by Jim Hilburger Nine multi wood light chain pulls turned by Jin Hilburger Eight extendable articulated magnets turned Brian Defoe A bullet box turned by Brian Defoe A segmented Cherry bowl turned by Rick Lawrence A segmented Cherry bowl turned by Rick Lawrence
A Walnut Lazy Susan by Tom Baker	A Walnut Lazy Susan by Tom Baker	A Ice Cream scoop and a hors d'oeuvre fork by Muriel Kummer A Sumac vase turned by Paul Wojtanik A cherry and Ebony bowl by Gerald Rucker A cherry and Ebony bowl by Gerald Rucker


Meeting PIX

Show and Tell table Muriel Kummer explaining the making of a Ice Cream Scoop Muriel Kummer showing her Hors d'oeuvre Fork. Tom Baker showing his walnut Lazy Susan Pat Delmonte explaining the making of his cherry vase Pat Delmonte explaining how he turned four bowls out of one block of hard maple
Pat Delmonte showing the next largest of his hard maple bowls Pat Delmonte explaining the making of a large maple bowl Paul Wojtanik showing his most interesting sumac vase Jim Hilburger showing the wine stoppers he turned for Make-A-Wish Jim Hilburger showing one of the many light chain pulls he made for Make-A-Wish Rick Lawrence explains the making of his segmented cherry bowl
Gerald Rucker explains the making of his cherry and ebony bowl Brian Defoe showing his extendable articulated magnets made for Make-A-Wish Brian Defoe explaining the finish on his bullet box Gerald Guenther showing his cherry bowl


Demonstration

Setting up the blank for a stick pen Ron roughing out the blank Ron turning the point Ron sanding the body of the stick pen. Ron preparing to finish the pen Jim Hilburger holding the finished stick pen.

Photos by John O'Neil

 


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