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|04-16-2017 02:25 PM||
New Video by Nubsnstubs - 2 replies
I just made another video on embellishing the bottoms of my forms. It’s 19 minutes, and show different treatments on each. One has a very short finial, and the other is just a beaded bottom. ............. Jerry (in Tucson) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUNHv7bub6Y&feature=em-upload_owner#action=share
|04-11-2017 03:58 AM||
Jerry's 1460 Delta Milwaukee lathe - 7 replies
Here are a few pictures of my retired lathe. It’s a year younger than me. Delta Milwaukee 1460 12×36’ lathe, manufactured in 1947, and sold to Tucson Unified School District. I got it in 2010 from a local that had gotten it through a school auction, but didn’t pursue setting it up. The frame it sits on was originally mad...
|03-19-2017 12:57 AM||
Distracted - 15 replies
A couple days ago, I was turning a piece of Olive branch for no other reason to get in some turning. I was wearing a long sleeve shirt. I decided to pull the sleeve up to mu elbow to keep wood shavings from getting into the inside the sleeve. Midway through the turning, I noticed someone coming up to my shop, but continued turning. It was my wi...
|03-19-2017 12:36 AM||
removing a tenon and dressing up a form bottom - 3 replies
Surprise, another video on removing a tenon, and it’s actually a little better than the last one. https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=DIRwggHmblE ............... Jerry (in Tucson)
|03-04-2017 12:54 AM||
Another new video - 3 replies
I just posted another video to You Tube. This one is a little better showing the Tail Stock Steady in action. I prefer my videos full time, but they can be boring, so I edited them to only the use of the TSS. If you’re interested, check it out and comment on it ….. https://youtu.be/Oyi7_WN6mcI .......... Jerry (in Tucson)
|02-25-2017 03:10 AM||
New videos - 8 replies
I just uploaded a couple videos to youtube. If you have any interest, check them out.The first video is using my Tail Stock Steady to remove the nub form a pedestal form. I know the quality isn’t what I expected, but I also didn’t expect that I could actually get it to upload. New computers do wonders. https://www.youtube.com/wat...
|02-15-2017 03:36 PM||
Powermatic lathe 3520 A & B models? - 1 reply
I have to ask this question as PowerMatic Service didn’t have a definite answer for me. My question is this. What is the TRUE swing of these lathes? Mine, “A” model, measures right at 20 1/2”. The “B” model at the local Tucson Woodcraft store also measures in at that same dimension. I just called Powermatic se...
|11-06-2016 03:09 PM||
1 1/2" x 8 TPI Chuck threads??????????? - 6 replies
Why are chucks threaded at 1 1/2”x 8 TPI and lathes have a 1 1/4” spindle????? Jerry (in Tucson)
|09-05-2016 01:39 PM||
Ivory Turning - 2 replies
I found this link on another site I visit. I wasn’t too thrilled when I saw the length of the video, but when I started it, I couldn’t stop watching until it was over. Bill Jones is the turner, but he’s been gone since 2011. His tools arew interesting, especially the drive on his lathe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2G3LH...
|07-30-2016 02:18 PM||
A wood gloat - 18 replies
This picture shows one load of 3 I got from a road widening project along West Ajo Road near the western outskirts of Tucson. Besides loosing a trailer tire, it was still well worth it. The largest piece in the picture is a Palo Verde crotch blank 20×24 of the trunk. This load netted me 6 pieces of PV that you can’t see as the Mes...
|06-02-2016 04:32 PM||
Unique Photo Backdrop - 18 replies
Thanks for your patience a few minutes ago when all you saw was an apology for not having pictures here. Now enjoy the pictures if you like them. This bowl is Chilean Mesquite showing off the growth rings. It’s 13 7/8” across and 4 3/4” tall with foot. The actual bowl depth is 2 3/4”.The next picture shows the hollowed...
|06-01-2016 02:35 AM||
Hickory Cabinet - 9 replies
Hi folks, I’ve been a member here for awhile now, and this is my first post of anything I made that isn’t round. It is an office cabinet with three raised panel doors made of Hickory and Saguaro ribs.The size of the cabinet is 20” deep carcass x 60” wide x 32” high. The top is Hickory mdf core with 2 1/2” ...
|06-01-2016 02:20 AM||
Some Mesquite Bowls - 8 replies
Here are 3 mesquite bowls averaging 14” OD and ranging from 3 1/2” to 4 3/4’ tall. Wall thickness on all is 3/8”. I thought I’d throw in this picture of the hickory cabinet with Saguaro rib doors because of the bowls on the top. This is actually the first evidence of me even knowing how to build a cabinet…...
|06-01-2016 02:11 AM||
Another Palo Verde Bowl - 9 replies
Here is another Palo Verde. It is 11” Od2 3/4” tall, and the bowl is 1 1/2” deep. The wall is 1/4” thick with clear MacLac lacquer for the finish. I made 5 pieces from a log I got from a condo complex, so this tree was watered at least 2 times a week. The log was over 6 feet long and 13” OD, and the c...
|05-31-2016 04:46 AM||
Spalted Bug eaten Palo Verde footed bowl - 11 replies
Hi folks, finally took some pictures of some stuff I finished in the last month or two. This first batch of pictures is a piece of Palo Verde. I don’t know where I got it, but it turned out to be a nice piece of wood considering it’s neglected wood. Heck, it doesn’t even get the honor of of being a candidate for...
|01-26-2016 11:28 PM||
Table - 11 replies
This is a table I made way back in 08-09. It was one of my first attempts at making anything with a round object as the center piece, the base. It stands 17” tall with a top diameter of 24”. It is Mesquite with 54 flintknapped points and blades made from rock from various points on the globe. Picture #1 is the profile, and picture #2...
|01-24-2016 02:37 PM||
Mulberry with Dowels - 6 replies
I thought I’d post these pictures after the thread where I commented about using dowels across cracks instead of following them. I also gave an example of not using metal dowel rod because of the chance of getting a catch and ripping your piece apart, plus having a sharp piece of metal flying off the lathe. Below are a few pictures of a...
|12-20-2015 03:07 PM||
Powermatic 3520 - 0 replies
Just wondering if any owners of the 3520 have any trip or error code issues while turning out of balance material? ........ Jerry (in Tucson)
|11-08-2015 05:32 PM||
Cups for hot liquids - 5 replies
I was in California last week, and while there, I noticed that most places that sell coffee to go didn’t use the styro cups nor the cups that are made of something that looks like crushed styrofoam. Instead, the cups were made of paper like the ones used in years past. Now, the reason for the post in the woodturning forum. We all hear a...
|09-02-2015 05:14 PM||
Where'd it go? - 12 replies
I video everything I do at the lathe, so, there is always evidence of some dumb move I made. Sometime about 4 months ago, I got a catch. The first picture shows it just taking flight. Here it is starting it’s orbit out of the chuck. Where is it? It’s on it’s way to a cushy splash down. Actually there was a lot of c...