I’ll have a look at the other one. But I don’t understand. If not for the money then why charge? Just curious.
When I started Woodturner PRO in 2001, less than 5% of woodturners were willing to give segmenting a try. No software, no tools, not much history, etc. Today, it’s closer to 40% and growing. Much of this is because the cost of wood. If you’re a chunk turner and want to make a really impressive turning, you need to get out your really big checkbook. Most of my turnings are made at little to no cost since there are a LOT of barrels of cutoffs, shorts and other discarded hardwoods that can be had for little or no money and they are great for segmenting.I’ll have a look at the other one. But I don’t understand. If not for the money then why charge? Just curious.