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Basic Wood-turning Classes

Woodturning Q&A Mounting Work To The Lathe

Posted by on Jul 2, 2016 in basic-wood-turning-classes | 0 comments

In this video I go over different ways to mount your work to the lathe. I used double sided tape, and hot glue for small stuff. Larger pieces like bowls I use a screw drive or a face plate.

Woodturning Q&A 1/2″ Spindle Gouge

Posted by on Jul 2, 2016 in basic-wood-turning-classes | 1 comment

In this basic spindle gouge video I demonstrate, and how to sharpen a spindle gouge. I use a 1/2″ Robert Sorby spindle gouge, here’s a link. http://astore.amazon.com/thewood0c-20/detail/B0184W0T0Q

 

Roughing Gouge

Posted by on Jun 28, 2016 in basic-wood-turning-classes | 0 comments

Woodturning Back-to-Basics Episode #1

Posted by on Jun 25, 2016 in basic-wood-turning-classes | 1 comment

I started this series to help new turners with a few tips I’ve learned after 23 years of woodturning. In this episode I go over a few tips for using the skew chisel, and the bowl gouge. I also talk about the sanding pad I use, and how to sand out end grain. Also a quick tip for sharpening gouges.

Woodturning Back-to-Basics Episode #2

Posted by on Jun 23, 2016 in basic-wood-turning-classes | 1 comment

I started this basic woodturning series to help new turners with a few tips I’ve learned after 23 years. In this episode I go over how to cut a tenon to get the best fit in your chuck. We’ll also go over the bevel angle, and sanding pads. Sanding pads are the best way to sand out end grain.