LumberJocks

Two Small Hand-Turned Exotic Wood Goblets

  • Advertise with us
Project by Barrett posted 1137 days ago 1487 views 1 time favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

These small goblets were turned on a lathe and finished with turner’s polish. Each one started as a 2″ by 2″ spindle mounted on a 4 jaw chuck. A forstner bit was used to do most of the hollowing then a variety of tools finished the rest of the shape. Although they can be used for small glass or port of a double shot they make a great little knick knack sitting around the house.

More photos on my personal site: http://www.M1C2.com





6 comments so far

View yooper's profile

yooper

181 posts in 1333 days


#1 posted 1137 days ago

very nice. I would really like to drink some exotic beer out of them. You need to make some bigger ones next.

-- Jeff, CT - better late then never

View Roger's profile

Roger

13076 posts in 1310 days


#2 posted 1137 days ago

those are very nice shooter goblets. awesome finish.. what’dya use? thnx

-- Roger from KY. Work/Play/Travel Safe. Kentuk55@bellsouth.net

View Barrett's profile

Barrett

33 posts in 1197 days


#3 posted 1135 days ago

These guys were intended for decoration because I used EEE Ultra Shine wax and Master’s Turner’s Finish. Not food safe.

View peter blair's profile

peter blair

34 posts in 1156 days


#4 posted 1094 days ago

Great looking small goblets. I have a few containers of Turners Polish from LV but for the life of me can’t seem to get any sort of worth while finish. Do you suppose you could share the finishing process?

Pete
http://www.woodbowlsandthings.com

-- Pete

View Barrett's profile

Barrett

33 posts in 1197 days


#5 posted 1090 days ago

I learned early on that if I’ve got too much pressure when applying the turner’s finish, it will overheat and basically burn dull.

After sanding to 600 grit I apply EEE ultra shine wax with a lot of pressue. That heats the wax for deeper penetration in the wood and also polishes at the same time. Then I lightly apply the turners finish and let dry while still on the lathe.

View peter blair's profile

peter blair

34 posts in 1156 days


#6 posted 1090 days ago

Thanks for the comment. I doubt that this is what is causing the problem but I will try a ‘softer’ approach.

Pete
http://www.woodbowlsandthings.com/

-- Pete

Have your say...

You must be signed in to post the comments.

DISCLAIMER: Any posts on LJ are posted by individuals acting in their own right and do not necessarily reflect the views of LJ. LJ will not be held liable for the actions of any user.

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics

HomeRefurbers.com

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics

GardenTenders.com :: gardening showcase