I made a tool to clean the inside of a Morse Taper on the lathe. It is sized to fit the MT2 taper common on many lathes.
I decided to challenge myself by making a live edge bowl. This is a small piece of an Elm branch that fell in my neighborhood last spring. Elm has a medium-dark heart wood and a blond sap wood, giving the piece some nice contrast. The finish is a home-made danish oil. Elm is easy to turn, but is a bit tricky to get a smooth finish. I don’t like leaving markings from the chuck, so I turned away the tenon that had been in the chuck. “Carnivale Intrigue”, “Cuban Sandwich” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0