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    Comment by 'tecaryII' in media 'Broken arrow 3.JPG'

    No, use a chefware kit jig. It's the one you see Earl use on his little shop web page. Just use the principal that Tom Lohman shared on his video.
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    Broken arrow 1.JPG

    Broken Arrow. 6120 segments. 120 segments per ring. 250 hours. 10,5 inches tall 11.5 inches diameter. Redheart, walnut, aspen.
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    Broken arrow 2 (2).JPG

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    Broken arrow 3.JPG

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    Closed segment bowl

    Thank you mfisher. I used an open segment fixture (jig) to build it. Tom Lohman has a video of how to do this on his web site. I have different fixture, but the principle is still the same.
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    Comment by 'tecaryII' in media 'Pheonix 3.JPG'

    Look in the forms. Posted it there.
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    Comment by 'tecaryII' in media 'Pheonix 3.JPG'

    I put the json file in the form. Segmented turning and under closed segmented turning.
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    Closed segment bowl

    I was asked to share this plan. The bottom of the inside was done on a CNC.
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    Comment by 'tecaryII' in media 'Pheonix 3.JPG'

    Thank you. As with any other project I learned a lot from this and will apply that to the next. We'll see how it comes out.
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    phoenix - 2520 segments.
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    Pheonix 3.JPG

    mother of pearl inly
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    Comment by 'tecaryII' in media '100_0190 (2).JPG'

    Thanks Lloyd. Love your program. Makes life so much easier then doing the math by hand.
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    wenge, redheart, holly, and yellowheart. 1152 segments.
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    100_0190 (2).JPG

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    purple weave.
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    purple weave. 1440 segments. 11 3/8 x 6 1/4
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    purple weave. 1440 segments. 11 3/8 x 6 1/4