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Sanding thestemandbase M o v et h et o o lr e s to u t o f w a ya n df o l da p i e c eo f s a n d p a p ei nr t oa p a d .T h e n s, u p portingthe b o w lw i t ho n eh a n d s, m o o t h t h e s t e mu s i n gp r o g r e s s i v e l y f i n e r go rf ipt sa p e r (above). Oncethe stemis sanded,smooththe base,andapplya finish(page108).

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Paftingoff the gobletand / undercutting the base O n c et h eg o b l e its f i n i s h e dp, a r ti t o f f j u s t beneaththe base.Supportthe gobletwith o n e h a n da s y o uc u t t h r o u g ht h e s t o c k holdingthe partingtool in the other(left).

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C u t u n t i lt h e r ei s o n l ya s m a l lb r i d g eo f woodholdingthe gobletto the wastewood. T h e n t, u r no f f t h e l a t h ea n du s ea h a n d s a w t o c u t t h e g o b l e ft r e e .T o e n s u r et h e b a s e s i t sf l a tw h e nt h e g o b l e it s s e td o w n ,s a n d the bottomby rubbingit acrossa pieceof s a n d p a p et ar p e dt o a w o r ks u r f a c e .

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The art of woodworking wood turning  
The art of woodworking wood turning  
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