I'm posting this because it is a little bit unusual to make the segments in a laser. I've posted a couple pictures in the middle of the build. In the end this will be about 1100 segments on a 32 row bowl. The main advantage to cutting out the segments with a laser is that there is no sanding ( I hate sanding those small pieces with my big hands) and the turniging is much safer and easier since the I.D. and O. D. are already round. You can see in the picture that I have part of the I.D. turned but haven't turned the O.Od yet. I generally turn the I.D. as I go and only rough turn the O.D. occasionally to keep it in balance. If anyone is interested I will go thru the process. I need to give some credit to Tom Lohman because I started with his design than altered the profile and color design to suit me. But I did start from one of his bowls and he is the master when it comes to this stuff. Anyway, thanks.