After cutting a bowl blank, you have two options: store it for later or turn it now. Here, Logan shows his process for turning a fresh cut bowl blank into a rough turned bowl. Rough turning a bowl speeds up the drying process, but needs to be done correctly to avoid cracking.
A big upside of carbide tools is their ease of use. By simply turning a carbide cutter 90° you can have a fresh cutting edge. However, after a rotation or two, I always forget which edge I've already used. Here, Phil shares a quick and easy reader's tip on marking the edges for that next rotation.