President's Message

Welcome to the website of the Segmented Woodturners, a chapter of the American Association of Woodturners that was formed in 2009. Our on-line chapter is dedicated to segmenting education and the sharing of information between its 500 members. We are always striving to remain the premier international organization advancing both the art and craft of segmented woodturning for all skill levels from beginner to studio artist and we have a good mix of experience levels. Our mission is to provide a 1st class website, a forum for asking questions and sharing information, and a gallery of members artwork with an archive of 1000’s of pieces and growing to inspire you. You can learn more about what the chapter has to offer by visiting the “About” page at the top of the screen. I hope you will take advantage of our free 3 day trial so you can see our content. If you like what you see, please join our community. Everyone is welcome.
Al Miotke
President, Segmented Woodturners

Segmenter's Resources

We are always trying to find that right tool, a piece of wood or that video to help us out. This is the page to find that stuff.

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Photo of the Week

Flight of the Monarch

By Ron Schleiger
Inspiration came from Al Miotke and the late Giles Gilson. I harvested the blanks from a 8 by 11 inch stave constructed vase. About 10 by 6 inches c&c welcomed
Russ says "Very nice Ron! Deconstruction pieces are always fun because you cut up something perfectly nice nice to try something new!! I like how the sections dance with each other. The Butterflies are a nice add as is the green coloring. Excellent work Ron!!"

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Meet the Member

Art Bodwell
Clemmons,North Carolina

I think I was born to build things. Growing up in the 40’s and 50’s my early toys of choice were Lincoln logs, erector sets, tinker toys and anything I could build with. My dad was a construction electrician and I worked with him several summers to earn money for college and find my way around a construction site. I went to engineering school, earned a BS in civil engineering, an MS in structures and later became registered professional engineer. I spent my entire career in the construction industry. The first 20 years were as a project manager with a small, employee owned general contractor and later as a vice president of an even smaller general contractor, both in Northern New Jersey. The work for both was all industrial and commercial projects...

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