Veneer Me Crazy! #9 - Compound Veneering: Veneering a Turned Form


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Why would anyone want to veneer a turning? Because veneer offers the highest quality figures that are not always available or affordable in hardwood. Also, adjacent plains or surfaces can veneered with contrasting species which is also not possible using hardwood. These techniques give your work a special WOW! 

In this class, Scott continues sharing his compound veneering techniques from VMC! - #8 Waterfall Edge, but this time he veneers a spherical form using hand and vacuum pressing techniques. This course also expands on Scott’s upcoming article in American Woodturner Magazine. 

After April 30th or so, you'll receive a private link to the edited version for viewing, as well as a list of resources mentioned during the class. 

You can purchase Scott's companion book, Advanced Veneering and Alternative Techniques, HERE.