I do not know if there is one know for Turning but I thought it would be a great idea for new turners. Or how to or what tools to get post.
So I am starting one now and hope it helps others a lot.
I made a list after a year of turning of things I should have or needed when I first started turning which would have help me a lot including DVDs and YouTube vids.
Minimal tools for any Turning
1. 3/8” spindle gouge
2. ½” bowl gouge
3. ¼” parting tool
4. ¾” flat or round nose scraper
From Penn State Ind
http://www.pennstateind.com/store/PKBGDVD.html Good info
http://www.pennstateind.com/store/PKBGDVD2.html Good info
http://www.pennstateind.com/store/PK-BK05.html Great reading
http://www.pennstateind.com/store/LDC2MT.html Now this is a great tool I wish I had, it will work in the headstock and tailstock. Very nice.
http://woodturningz.com/Glue.aspx Should have 1 thin, 1 thick, 1 debonder, and 2- 12oz applicator
http://woodturningz.com/products/sp5roll.jpg Should start with one, however, in the future have 2 on hand.
These are all 7mm pen kits and use the same bit, however, not the same bushings so order 3 or each kind. That way when one gets worn out or just wrecked you will have a spare.
This is optional if you have the other tool to press pens together
These drill bit sets are the same thing I hope to be getting. They have every bit that a pen kit would take and is great to have in the boxes so they are not lost or left laying around, which happens since it is bought in individually.
Woodcraft sells wonderful pens
From Craft Supplies
By far the best woodturning videos I know of for beginners to intermediate.
I know it seems a lot, however, if I had all of this when I started it would have been much easier.
I will add more later
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