Ive have read about and seen video on turners that attach scrap tenon to there work, turn the bowl and trim off the tenon but im not having any sucess at doing it.
Green wood - i have used cyno glue, titebond III, gorilla glue, and a glue gun to attached the tenon (used 2x4 and cut out 2" circles) with the glue and clamp, let dry for a day and they come right off at the joint when start to rough turn. Not sure where im going wrong
One article i read the guy uses scrap plywood and attaches his tenon tha way. Another uses scrap wood like i did and they seem to hold like concrete.
Any thoughts on what i may be doing wrong ? is it the green wood because of moisture content ? or the 2x4 plugs im making ?
In one sense it is not a big deal because i use a supernova II with spigot chuck that really grips well on a small turned tenon but i like being able to understand and use different techniques