How to Make Wood Shell Bowl! CNC Woodworking Bowl / Carving a bowl / Two sided machining

Hey CNC Woodworkers! I’ve been doing lots of cool organic CNC shapes with my Tormach PCNC 1100. I want to share with you the general process on how I made this cool wood bowl out of some cherry wood. Anyone can make a turned bowl on a lathe, but it requires a machinist to make a unique shape like this! This is a fun two sided machining project. I show how to do CNC work holding techniques to do the first and second operation. Be sure to check out my related videos as I’ve refined this technique quite a bit! Download the Fusion 360 file for free so you can also cut out this awesome bowl:

Thanks for watching! Subscribe & like to encourage me to make more videos like this. Post questions you might have in the comments. 2 sided machining can be tricky!

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* CNC Machine: (mine is an older model)
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Corbin Dunn
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Woodworker (s), woodworking, makers, casters, DIY people, bowl turners, creators, etc might like to check this video out. I don’t have a wood lathe…maybe some day!

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