1. CLICK HERE to watch the new Introductory Video announcing the release of Segment PRO.

  2. I'm pleased to announce that Tom Lohman, the master of high-density Painted Segment bowls has created Volume 1 of designs for Segment PRO. His volume includes 30 designs for 48, 60 and 72-segment designs - all for the low price of $15. To see sample pictures or to purchase the volume, please visit his website at segmentedturning.org.

New Profile Posts

  1. log334cuting
    log334cuting Alex Mack
    Good morning Alex. My name is Ronald Black and I live in Macomb. I belong to the Detroit Area Woodturners. We meet in the Pontiac Creative Arts Center in downtown Pontiac. We meet on the third Sunday of the month from 1:30 pm till 4:00 pm. We also have a copula of workshops a month in the club workroom in the basement. Look us up at: http://detroitareawoodturners.com/index.html and check it out.
  2. mfisher
    mfisher Robert Sjulstad
    Robert: saw your message you posted on my profile page. It would be better if you placed your question in the software support for LP. I will start a thread for you. It will show my as the originator. I will try answer your questions in the thread.

    Look for it under software support / lamination pro.
  3. Glenn McCarron
  4. Bruce
    Bruce Lloyd Johnson
    Lloyd, just downloaded Segment Pro. Can you point me to a source that gives me a good intro to it? I have looked at various videos and just can't seem to find anything that helps get me started.
    Also, is there a Help function/users manual at all?
    Bruce Kamp
  5. Tommy Norris
    Tommy Norris
    Love building segmented projects and learning more about the craft everyday. The more I learn, the more I realize how much I don't know.
  6. Bob Beaupre
    Bob Beaupre Lloyd Johnson
    When I start the program and create a profile I can get into paint and it works. However if you have a palette that is missing a species the program crashes when you go to that palette
  7. Tim Boger
    Tim Boger John Manura
    Really Impressed with the Segmented Bells, your processes are tried and true ... a very well done video as well.
    Thanks for making it and sharing.
  8. mfisher
    mfisher Jeff Kuchlak
    Welcome to WTP forum. Instead of introducing yourself only on the members profile page, start a thread on the "Introduce Yourself Forum"
    More people will see it and respond.
  9. Jeff Kuchlak
    Jeff Kuchlak
    Hi, my name is Jeff Kuchlak and I am a woodturner who lives in Mesa, AZ. I look forward to using my new copy of Woodturner Pro.
  10. Bob Beaupre
    Bob Beaupre Brent Dalrymple
    Thanks for the information, been having trouble finding any
  11. Bob Beaupre
    Bob Beaupre Brent Dalrymple
    Brent can I ask where you get your holly
    1. Brent Dalrymple
      Brent Dalrymple
      Hi Bob: I bought a few boards 5+ or so years ago from Woodworkers Source in Phoenix using their web site. I haven't seen any there recently but their stock changes frequently. I've also bought a few 1x1x12" sticks from Griffin Exotic Wood using their web site. Gilmer Wood Company in Portland, OR, currently has some nice looking holly boards on their web site--I checked this morning.
      Nov 3, 2016
  12. Bob Beaupre
    Bob Beaupre John Manura
    Hi John,
    Love your Pasanky Eggs. Where did you learn to make them? Or did you learn by trial and error. I have been struggling with 48 segment bowls with thin layers, but looks like you have the thin layer thing under control. These look great, nice job

  13. Bob Beaupre
    Bob Beaupre Lloyd Johnson
    Lloyd make sure to bring some open segment plates along to Boston, Looking to pick up a 48 and a 24 for sure
  14. Diesel doc
    Diesel doc Lloyd Johnson
    Lloyd: can't find PDF file for specs on open sled.
    1. Lloyd Johnson
      Lloyd Johnson
      Sep 30, 2016
  15. Pete M
    Pete M Lloyd Johnson
    Is the centering piece of the stomper available in a larger diameter with a 1" center hole?
    1. Lloyd Johnson
      Lloyd Johnson
      No. It is only made in the 13.5" diameter and it only has a hole to fit the size of the Stomper plunger I sell. However, if you can fit the disks within Cole jaws, it would be simple to enlarge the holes. Alternately, put a 13/16" Forstner bit in a drill press and use it to center the disks. Then secure them in that position and switch to a 1" Forstner bit and drill the holes.
      Sep 27, 2016
  16. Bob Beaupre
    Bob Beaupre Lloyd Johnson
    Would you please bump me up to the Pro Member status.

  17. Bob Beaupre
    Bob Beaupre Woodsmith
    Hi Woodsmith, don't know if you figured it out yet, but when you composing your post there is a button next to Post Reply, It is Upload File. Just hit that and go to where you have the picture you what to show.
    Hope this helps
  18. Woodsmith
    Hello everybody, I have a question. I must be kind of slow because I cant figure how to upload pictures of my items. Can any help?
  19. Todd Heino
    Todd Heino
    Just a wood turner
  20. Stelene
    I live in Kalamazoo.