I recently designed an entirely new clamp which I called the Surround-Clamp, because I could never find clamps that would hold many odd shapes and sizes for gluing in two directions at once. I called my clamp that because it SUR...
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Location: Novato, CA
I'm an amateur woodturner who designed a hand-held tool for making nested bowls. It was designed for the amateur woodturner and is simple to use, reasonably priced and requires no learning curve. If you're interested in coring bowls, check bowlsaw.com. I've made more than 45 sets of nested bowls with this unit and have had good reports from all users. I'm willing to send one to any skeptical woodturner who is brave enough to give something this new a try.
-- Dick, Novato
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While searching for a product to seal and finish my segmented bowls, I accidentally discovered Howard’s Feed-N-Wax at my local Ace Hardware. What a great product! This replaced a concoction of beeswax and mineral oil that I previously used. ...
I didn’t get a good picture of my idea on the last post I made. So here it is. This is an idea I’ve been working on for 25 years. I finally got an answer to how to glue odd-shaped and sized workpieces into one unit for turning...
http://i465.photobucket.com/albums/rr16/Steuss/th_HPIM0806.jpgI spent 25 years trying to find a clamp which would secure odd-shaped and sized workpieces and allow them to be glued both ways at once. I finally gave up and designed one for myself. I...