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- Order number: 070743
Publisher: Ulmer, 2020
Extent: 247 pages, 483 color photos, 35 black and white drawings, hardback
David Ellsworth is regarded as the "forefather" of turned hollow forms. This standard work by the grand master introduces woodworkers to his sophisticated turning techniques. Easily understandable step-by-step instructions and razor-sharp photos show how Ellsworth makes bowls, natural-rim bowls and hollow vessels. For anyone new to the lathe, Ellsworth has expert tips to get you started. Advanced woodturners will appreciate the advice on surface treatment, tool making and sharpening. The chapters on design and healthy posture while turning make the book particularly unique. A work that should not be missing in any turner's library.
David Ellsworth was a founding member and president of the American Association of Woodturners. Since 1990 he has run the Ellsworth School of Woodturning, gives workshops worldwide and is an honorary member of the Collectors of Wood Art. His works have been included in collections of 43 museums.
Tolles Buch. Wurde Zeit, dass es so etwas gibt. Schön, dass Ulmer weiter „Holzbücher“ macht.