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youllregretit: this really sucks the fun/skill out of it. i feel like people that learned how to woodwork like rembrandt paints would be disgusted that the world has been converted to brainless color by numbers.

Antonius512: Nice tool but it should be prohibited to cut down trees of that age. They should be considered as monuments.

Tarash Sajaia: why tqvens patrons. ;)

thomazneto58: Thank you for the video, I wonder where I can buy this equipment, because I live in Brazil? Alberto Thomaz

marklesparkle99: it's possible but very tricky considering you won't really know the depth of the middle bowl until you cut it... you see?

JICEHR: как я здесь оказался?

sk8ergangsta2003: i want one.

woodcut2: Both ways are correct - it is a matter of personal choice. My personal choice is to start with the big bowl (partly because it is the most valuable and the most important to save) using a screw chuck. The same screw hole can be used to mount the smaller cores for cutting their chuck spigots prior to coring the smaller bowls. Cheers Peter, Woodcut Tools

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willbande: I just looked up the price for this - no effin way!

wileyisme: $400.00 there other duel bowl systems for a better price.

luigi Martinelli: Bellissimo !...dove si compra ?

MrMarvinoid: bowl, bowl, bowl...

Skot Rea: this is cheating.

woodcut2: New Zealand Kauri

woodcut2: But you can start from the middle and remove the small bowl first. Many people work this way, but we believe that starting with the big one is best. Happy NY

Mert Peker: Türkler beğensin de yabancılar bi bok sansın

Jonathan Garcia: Tremendo invento

Nicholas Smerk: a 1000 year old tree sounds a little suspicious.

produKtNZ: Good on ya for using NewZealand wood :)

adsdentiste: πολύ ενδιαφέρον Σε ευχαριστώ

mcdraycon: i would have started with the smallest bowl first........ search 'wood bowls' for an industrial version

Alecks1990: at the end : someone got a lot of fun making bowls ^^ ... nice video

woodcut2: Both ways are correct - it is a matter of personal choice. My personal choice is to start with the big bowl (partly because it is the most valuable and the most important to save) using a screw chuck. The same screw hole can be used to mount the smaller cores for cutting their chuck spigots prior to coring the smaller bowls. Cheers Peter, Woodcut Tools

rgt4all: asmr anyone?

bingcro: tks for posting ive just been to a demo and the instructor cut from edge to centre on outside of bowl. i said i thought you worked to the outside .he insisted i was wrong. which is right pse

Niels Vilrik: hvor købest den jern hilsen vilrik

dopeydiesel: Hello, What Chuck are you using in this video please ?

bingcro: do you work to outside turning a bowl and then from outside in for the otherside pse

damoxr100: @mcdraycon yer cuz then u would not hav to keep taking it off the chuck and replc\acing it back on

Skon Master: Where can You get this In Australia

joost dingemans: chuck norris cuts wood with his teeth

Cool Shop Projects: This looks so much faster then hogging it out with a 5/8th bowl gouge... I was looking at one today, I might consider it sometime.

stachiv: não entendi porra nenhuma!!!!!!!!!

Lester Wood: how thick does the blank need to be, or how think can you cut

Shakyamuni Kung Fu Buddha: @farrellhunter don't forget to pull the ring out of your dck

Justin Meyer: ok so "woodcut2" what is the reason that you can't start from the inside and work your way out?? p;ease write back.

Mario Silva: where can I find/buy a machine like that?

kenny474: This system looks like a major pain in the ass, but I'm sure it works well. I run a self-built coring tool, similar to the HannesTool version, though I have both straight and curved bars. No special or gated tool rests, no complicated set-up. Just mark your cut points and go to town. I can make near any shape, from straight sided to drastic curves. It also works great as a massive parting tool (I make some big spindles at times). It may be worth while to offer such a tool in addition to this.

Steve Gardner: yep. I was wondering the same thing.

woodsprout: Regarding price, I saw this for 284.99 at the first place I looked. I think that is not bad if you intend to make lots of bowls. You would have to be a good metalworker/machinist to make this device.

farrellhunter: Nice Demo... On what not to do! 45yrs in Industry I have see some horrendous accidents... Operator - wearing watch, ring and no safety glasses in this case as the operator wears glasses a safety shield would be better... Remember safety first safety always and never wear gloves around turning machines... Yeh! I known Blah! Blah! Blah! I've been doing it for xx yrs without safety... Well guess what your on bored time...

Wouter d.B.: hmzz, I understand the saving principle and I like the idea, but I don't want to make duplicate bowles every time, find it kinda boring.
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