Wood Turning

Woodturning – Turned and Carved Maple Vase

In this video Robin and I turned this vase one the lathe. Robin shaped the outside and I hollowed it out and carved the top to look like water.

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Woodturning – Turned 22″ Elm Bowl / Awesome CNC Sign

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In this video I did a second turn on a 22″ Elm bowl I started a few months ago at the Woodcraft demo in Seattle WA. The bowl is still a little wet so I packed it back in the shavings to dry.

I also finished a sign my buddy Jake made for me. Jake used a CNC to make this awesome sign for my shop. I burnt it with a Lichtenberg burner and Robin painted it.

Power Carving A New Walnut Stand For Last Weeks Project

In this video I show you how I made this Walnut stand for the piece I turned last week. I cut the two pieces out on the bandsaw and shaped them with the Arbortech Turboplane.

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Woodturning Maple Burl and Hand Blown Glass Piece

This is a colloabortion piece between Scott Darlington and myself. Scott works out of the Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle WA. I did a woodturning demo about a month ago at the center, that’s when Scott and I worked on the glass pieces for this project.

I turned a piece of Maple burl on the lathe and made a Walnut stand to holed it. The piece is 16″ tall and the Maple burl is 7 1/2″ x 3″ I got the piece from Mike a friend who lives in Canada.

Scott Darlington
https://www.instagram.com/scottydarlingtonglass/?hl=en
Pratt Fine Arts Center
https://www.pratt.org/

Resin and Aluminum / A Collab With Zac Higgins

We headed south to Carson City Nevada for a collab with Zac Higgins from NV Woodwerks. He has a awesome shop, I was like a kid in a candy store! Zac and I cast a resin and aluminum blank while we were there. I turned the piece on the lathe using East Wood Tools new carbide negative rake cutters. These newly designed cutters really make turning resin a joy.

Easy Airbrushing With Stencils / Myrtlewood Platter

I turned this Myrtlewood platter on the lathe, and put some detail on the rim with my new Easy Wood Micro Detailer. After turning and sanding it up to 600 grit. I painted a Maple leaf using a airbrush and stencil from Chroma Craft. I finished the piece off with three coats of high gloss lacquer