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.

Painted Segment Bowls in Segment PRO

Discussion in 'Segment PRO' started by Lloyd Johnson, Nov 2, 2016.

  1. Lloyd Johnson

    Lloyd Johnson Administrator Staff Member

    One of the coolest features of Segment PRO is the ability to paint segments on a Painted Segment Bowl. This is the first automated process for painting segments based on a rectangular grid built from the number of rows times the number of segments. Of special interest is the Diamond Stamp Pad that will make painting designs such as Petal patterns fast and easy.

  2. Chris Neilan

    Chris Neilan PRO Member

    This is great! Thanks Loyd! I will definitely be getting this.
  3. Brent Dalrymple

    Brent Dalrymple PRO Member

    One word----WOW! This will be not only a time saver but a whole lot of fun.
  4. Bob Beaupre

    Bob Beaupre Super Moderator Staff Member

    Brent the newer version coming has a zoom function for when you get to those smaller segments
  5. Glen Crandall

    Glen Crandall New Member

    I have been through all the tutorials once (not enough for me I am a slow learner). I installed and spent about an hour playing around. I must say I am very impressed. I am a retired programmer so I can appreciate the effort put into this project. Congratulations.
  6. Johnrheyd

    Johnrheyd PRO Member

    This is great for painting the bowl Lloyd, but often I will use the paint map for assembling the rings on top of one another - I don't see any way to print the paint map in your program. Any way for me to do that?
  7. Bob Beaupre

    Bob Beaupre Super Moderator Staff Member

    Johnrheyd, You need to do a print screen. Then open up Microsoft Paint and paste it into paint. Then you can print it
  8. Johnrheyd

    Johnrheyd PRO Member

    Thank you Bob, that worked great.
  9. Lloyd Johnson

    Lloyd Johnson Administrator Staff Member

    I could programmatically do a PtrScr but my print options are very limited. If you do the print screen, you can paste into any graphics program where you can have an extensive number of print options so this is one time where not doing something is a way to give you a lot more options.
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