Kevin Bierman brought his Jamieson hollowing system and had it set up on the lathe in Tom and Stacy Nehl's shop. Kevin described the use of the laser with the unit to set and determine wall thickness for the vessel being turned. In addition to the basic boring bar there are available heavier bars to help in reducing vibration. The system uses basic high steel cutters however Kevin indicated that all he uses are the Hunter carbide cutters.
 
There were a large selection of other types of hollowing tools shown and demonstrated. Lance Zook showed the Rolly Monroe system.
 
 
There were a number of other hollowing tools availableto look at andtry out. Several members took advantageof the opportunity to try out the various toolsand had discussions about their thoughts of the merits of each.

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