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Forum topic by Lefley posted 01-14-2017 07:04 PM 1233 views 0 times favorited 12 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Lefley

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01-14-2017 07:04 PM

I just got a oneway 2036 used from a guy that inherited from his fatherinlaw and never used . Did not wood turn .it came with 24 chisels will post pics. Can anyone give me a name or a resource for identifing some of this chisels and there sharpening angles and techniques. Picked up whole package including lathe with box of wood 2,700 canadian.




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#1 posted 01-14-2017 07:23 PM

First I’ll say congrats, you have some quality tools there. The next question is there a sharpening system? You might try looking through the Sorby catalogue on line as they make about anything. You have hollowing tools, gouges, scrapers, skews, and spindle gouges just to name a few.

-- Bill R

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#2 posted 01-14-2017 07:28 PM

Edid not come with a sharpening systems . I think it might be a good idea as i am a newbie on this part. Thks

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#3 posted 01-14-2017 07:43 PM

I use the one way wolverine system with a CBN wheel on a slow speed grinder. The two main accessories to the wolverine is the bowl gouge jig and skew jig. I’d almost drove to Canada for a deal like that. Good luck

-- Bill R

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#4 posted 01-14-2017 08:45 PM

Nice find there. I second the wolverine system. You will find some good reviews here too on the CBN wheels.
here is a link to about the best deal on them. http://woodturnerswonders.com/
As for the tools, there is alot to try to name. I see Henry Taylor, Robert Sorby, and at least one Hamlet tool brand.
I tried to enlarge the photos to Id things for you, but they got to grainy, and I could not make out more detail.
It will be easier for you to go to there web sites and match up what you have to Id them.
The top photo has a couple sorby calipers for measuring thickness for a bowl or hollow form. I just bought the larger one myself for around $35 US.
the 3rd photo has a couple of chucks. The 4 large plates on the left side are jumbo jaws, they are used to hold a bowl for finish work. Like removing the tenon.
The bottom photo has a spindle steady rest.
lots of good quality tools here. Well over $1000 in tools and accessories.
There are alot of you tube videos out there on how to sharpen and use your tools. I am lucky enough to live here in Las Vegas, Nv. and have Jimmy Clewes as a resident friend and teacher. He has videos on his web site on how to sharpen using the wolverine system, and also how to use a variety of tools. http://www.jimmyclewes.com/
Here is another website I like. https://www.woodturningonline.com/index.php Lots of good information here too.
Good luck, and be safe.

-- John

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#5 posted 01-14-2017 09:19 PM

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#6 posted 01-14-2017 10:33 PM

I will have a go at it but others may correct me.
Your last pics from L to R
1.Radiused skew; Bowl Gouge; Bowl Gouge; scraper; standard skew; point tool; spindle gouge; scraper
2.Scraper, diamond parting tool; spindle gouge; spindle or bowl gouge; maybe shop made or maybe a bedan; next three speciality scrapers (?); spindle roughing gouge
3.Hollowing tools: The top may be a Sorby and comes with different tips. The bottom looks likes a hollowing too and from your very first pic in the thread may fit the arm brace.

-- We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them. Albert Einstein

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#7 posted 01-14-2017 11:05 PM

On the three in the second pic, I think they are “side cutting scrapers”. The diamond on the handle in your very fist pic means it is probably Henry Taylor (a very good tool company).
http://www.henrytaylortools.co.uk/scrapers.html

-- We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them. Albert Einstein

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#8 posted 01-14-2017 11:22 PM

Okay im figuring out the chisels thanks for the help now. These 5 thinks i dont know what are as in box of extras .
Two differt views .

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#9 posted 01-14-2017 11:47 PM

Okay i just found out number 2 part is off the beall wood buff system which i dont have in the box.

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#10 posted 01-15-2017 12:13 AM

Ok, 1st and 3rd go to this live center set. I don’t sse the live center in the photos. Is it in the tail stock maybe?
https://www.woodturnerscatalog.com/p/108/5487/Oneway-Multi-Tip-Revolving-Center-4-Piece-Set

Number 4 is a face plate ring. you mount it just like a faceplate, then attach it to a chuck with dovetail jaws.
https://www.woodturnerscatalog.com/search?term=faceplate+ring

Number 5, Morse taper shaft? not sure if that’s the right name, but for example you would attach a drill chuck to it.
https://www.woodturnerscatalog.com/t/104/Drill-Chucks

-- John

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#11 posted 01-15-2017 12:37 AM

Well let me look at tail stock!

Wow thanks a lot.

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#12 posted 01-15-2017 12:46 AM

Ha! This isn’t a request for help, it’s gloat. ;)

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