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Segmented vase #1: Starting with the bottom rings.

05-13-2016 03:21 AM by Julian | 6 comments »

I have done a few segmented projects and decided to do a blog on the latest. This will be a vase made with maple, paduak, and black veneer. This ring is the second from the bottom. This is before the glue up.

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Turning project - Mother's day gifts #2: Blanks roughed out and first vase turned

05-02-2016 02:29 AM by Mike_D_S | 0 comments »

So I had picked up a nice piece of maple 4×4x8” and a rosewood block 4×8x8”. They are big enough to get these projects done, so I split the rosewood block into two 4×4x8” pieces on the bandsaw. I have some inexpensive HF turning tools I bought to get started and a few of the easy wood tools with the carbide tips. I had bought the Rikon low speed grinder that was on sale last month, but it as on backorder. It finally came in, so before I got started, I se...

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Shop Smith #8: Building Izzy's Lathe, Router Duplicator.

04-29-2016 12:09 AM by htl | 5 comments »

The more I thought about it I realized I wasn’t going to be able to stand over the Shop Smith to turn the parts for my train engine so was on the look out for an option.I don’t know how or why but Izzy’s video about making Lathe Router Duplicator [LRD] came up and the gears started turning.Here’s his blog on it.http://lumberjocks.com/projects/89782#comment-3140930 Needing to use the lathe to build a Toys and Joys train engine but I don’t have any lathe tools a...

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Homage to Trifern - attempting the 2 dye 4 vase #6: Final finish and some decent pictures

04-26-2016 03:28 AM by Mike_D_S | 2 comments »

I finally ended up with 6 coats of Arm-R-Seal Poly in semi-gloss, giving it a light sanding after the last 3 coats with a 320 pad. I liked the look, but wanted just a bit more gloss, so I gave it two quick coats of spray lacquer in gloss. Now it’s looks good and the finish is glass smooth mostly. The really nice finish actually highlights some of the small imperfections in the turning, but you have to be looking up close to see them. I tried taking some pics using different lights...

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Another really big bowl

04-24-2016 10:21 PM by MyChipCarving | 5 comments »

I was tipped off to the Big Bowl turned by the Siouxland Woodturners. They may tackle the world record big bowl, 13+ feet diameter? Here’s the entire picture library for this big bowl – http://www.siouxlandwoodturners.org/pics/thebigbowl/thebigbowl_index.htm

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How i make #9: Lace bobbins

04-21-2016 01:10 PM by Alexey Khasyanov | 2 comments »

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Learning From the Best and Learning From Failure

04-05-2016 07:34 PM by MatthewTruax | 4 comments »

So after working with wood for the past two years and landing a few commissions here and there building dining room tables, I heard that there was a gentleman who went to my church that wanted to meet me. His name is Don and he is 83 years old. Of course, I was extremely intimidated from the get go because he had, I was told, been a furniture maker his entire life. Finally after missing him several weeks in a row, I met him at a dinner function. We got to talking and showing e...

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Largest segmented turning I've ever seen!

04-05-2016 06:26 PM by MyChipCarving | 2 comments »

My wife and I visited friends in the Charlotte, NC, area and went to an art gallery in downtown Charlotte.I was blown away when I saw this segmented turning! It has to be 3’ x 3’! Immaculate!!

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Handmade and Special Purpose Lathe tools

03-27-2016 07:36 PM by JimChrisawn | 2 comments »

I really enjoy woodworking and especially hand tool and turning. I really like to make small lathe tools for detail work. I use HSS in different sizes depending on the tool I need or want to make. In this picture from left to right, point detail tool, 1/4” point and round nose scrapers, 1/4” round skew, 1/4” double ended three point tool, small Allen wrench hollowing tool, 1/4” fluteless gouge. In this picture from left to right: 3/8” three point tool ...

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My lathe journeys. #42: ... Curved carbide tool, for gettin' in deep

03-26-2016 12:53 PM by JoeinGa | 13 comments »

A friend (and fellow turner) mentioned in church last Sunday that he’d watched a youtube vid of someone using a lathe tool with a curved end for easier access to the inside of a bowl. I had made him a carbide tool last year and he asked me if I thought I could make a curved one. He thought that because I have been using that thick 5/8” aluminum bar stock that I might not be able to bend it. Well, challenge accepted ! Here’s the progression of how it went….. The ...

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