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Old 04-25-2010, 10:12 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Here is one of my segmented peppermills. Segmenting peppermills is what gave me the idea to segment pen blanks. I teach Segmented Peppermill classes at my local Woodcraft store (Milwaukee, WI) as well as out of my shop. I will also be at John C. Campbell Folk Art School in July 2010 instructing a 5-day workshop on Segmented Turning.
okay, you need to post a tutorial on how you did that for those of us too far away or too broke to do John C. Campbell.. JCC is only about an hour away from me and I've only been there once with my local art group on a field day tour...... those are gorgeous work, great combination of colors.
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Wow, they look great!
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Beautiful!

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Thanks everyone for the kind comments! If anyone is interested in taking the upcoming class on Segmented Peppermills in Milwaukee, please go to http://www.woodcraft.com/Resources/E...eID=0&State=WI, Milwaukee, WI store. The next segmented peppermills class I'm holding there is May 16th and May 23rd. It's a two-session class in which we will cut wood and glue up the blanks in the first session and make it into a peppermill in the second session.

I'm also holding a 5-day workshop on Segmented Turning end of July at John C. Campbell Folk Art School in Brasstown, North Carolina for anyone that might be interested in segmented woodturning.

For those of you that live far away, no problem. I will travel anywhere in the world to teach woodturning, segmented woodturning, as well as "flat-work". If interested, please feel free to contact me anytime...

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Very attractive work, and from your website, I see this barely scratches the surface.

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Old 04-25-2010, 03:28 PM   #16 (permalink)
 
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Beautiful Jason!!

If you have a pic of the mill that you brought in to the office here, you should post that as well.
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The one that did not have that industrial, chrome knob!!
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I've seen the ones that had a miniature segmented knob to match the body. I don't know why he didn't post one of those.
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Well, you know Jason wouldn't wanna show off!!
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Nice job segmenting.
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