Woodturning

  • Hand-Held Router Techniques

    You Get with Your Class:

    • In-depth Instruction; Over 90 minutes
    • On-demand video access anytime
    • Indefinite access. Pay once, view forever
    • Bonus materials, including downloadable Class Guide, and Resources
    • Access to Class-only Q&A with Instructors

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  • Making a 3-Point Bowl

    Have you ever seen a bowl that has a rim with three pointy tips rather than a contiguous round shape? This is commonly referred to as a three-point bowl, and many experienced woodturners are perplexed when asked to guess how one would make such a bowl. By its appearance, one might guess that you would

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  • Turning a Hollow Vessel

    I recently checked out a new hollow vessel turning set from Easy Wood Tools . I had the chance to interview the folks from Easy Wood at AWFS, and later had a chance to try out their chisels. What’s a Hollow Vessel? Hollow vessels are a bowl turning project, but instead of a large bowl-type

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  • Using a Lathe Drill Chuck

    If you own a lathe, you know all about putting a spur center in the headstock and a live center in the tailstock. You may not be familiar with mounting a drill chuck on your lathe. There are LOTS of good reasons for adding this accessory to your collection of lathe tools. What do I

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  • DIY Bottle Opener Handle

    DIY Bottle Opener Handle

    This is such a fun project, and it’s something that lots of people will like. That means it’s a great gift, or it’s something you can make and sell to help monetize your woodworking hobby. Inlay One of the distinctive features of the handle is what looks like a very complex inlay. Once the handle

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  • Advanced Hand-Held Router Techniques Class

    Advanced Hand-Held Router Techniques

    You Get with Your Class

    • In-depth Instruction; over 90 minutes
    • On-demand video access anytime
    • Indefinite access. Pay once, view forever
    • Bonus materials, including downloadable Class Guide and Resources
    • Access to Class-only Q&A with Instructors

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  • Working with Casting Resin

    If you want to get off of the beaten path just a bit in your woodshop, one good way is to explore the possibilities of working with materials other than wood. You’ve seen George work with Antler, brass, and most recently, casting resin. Casting resin opens up worlds of new possibilities because you have the

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  • A Guide to Turning Metal on a Wood Lathe

    If you have a wood lathe, you are probably accustomed to turning pens, spindles, and maybe even bowls. The common denominator is that most of the projects that you produce are probably made of wood. There’s no question that turning wood is one of the most fun things that you can do in a shop.

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  • How to Store Green Bowl Blanks

    When I turn bowls, I primarily work with green wood, meaning it’s dripping wet. Its moisture content could easily be around 30%. It’s easy to find wood that’s in that condition. The challenge is keeping it that way until you find the time to do the turning. Here’s the trick for this that I like

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  • Essential Workshop Tools 6-DVD Class Set (DVD+Streaming Video)

    6-Class Set: Essential Workshop Tools (DVD + Streaming Video) With this set of classes, you’ll get everything you need to learn in-depth tips, techniques, and new ideas in working with the key tools in any woodshop. You’ll get detailed instruction and are guaranteed to improve your skills and productivity with a table saw, router table,

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