Posts Tagged ‘woodturning projects’


Woodturning Box Lid with Multiple Eccentric Axes For Unique Look

May also be view on Vimeo and YouTube – But best right here. In the last video I turned a set of stacking boxes. My boxes need an interesting lid for the top most box – one that will provide interest and enhance the boxes. The Infinite Axis Chuck provides a solution. The lid is […]

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Woodturning Shop Leftover Day: Segmented Stacking Boxes

May also be viewed on YouTube and Vimeo but best right here. I glued up this red oak into a stave lamination some time ago when I turned a travel mug. At the time, I thought I’d be making another but then changed my mind. Since then this lamination has been in my shop, was […]

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Woodturning Ugly Duckling Wood Into Beautiful Swan Bowl

May also be viewed on YouTube and Vimeo. I was given this wood at a club meeting in Oregon. I don’t recall whether it was at Cascade Woodturners or Willamette Valley Woodturners. It is ugly but has some burl potential. I don’t know what species of wood it is. At 11 inches in diameter, 4 […]

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Woodturning Eccentric Twig Vase With Infinite Axis Chuck

May also be viewed on YouTube and Vimeo – Best right here. I’m still exploring different ways to use the Infinite Axis Chuck. In this video, I turn twig vase or bud vase from apple limb wood finished with a mix of beeswax and mineral oil. In eccentric turnings, having tail stock pressure provides both […]

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To Sit Or To Stand At the Lathe That Is The Question

May also be viewed on YouTube and Vimeo – but best right here. Many viewers noticed that I was sitting on a tall stool while turning last week’s project. Some needed help due to disabilities. In this video, let’s discuss this issue and explore alternatives. Please add your experiences and suggestions. Good turning.

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Eccentric Spindle Woodturning With Infinite Axis Chuck

May also be viewed on YouTube and Vimeo – But best right here. Since adapting the egg chuck into an Infinite Axis Chuck, I wanted to explore other ways that it can be used. I used hot melt glue to fasten his piece of elm to the chuck’s tenon. Then working from the top down, […]

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Woodturning Jewelry With Infinite Axis Chuck

May also be viewed in YouTube – Better right here! In this video, I adapt the egg chuck I demonstrated about a year ago. Instead of an egg, I turned a ball and socket tenon to fit the chuck. Then I used this new Infinite Axis chuck to turn a jewelry brooch or pin. The […]

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Woodturning Jewelry – Multi-Axis Necklace or Brooch

May also be viewed on YouTube – But best right here. In this video, I’m trying out another project from the 2016 Utah Woodturning Symposium. Again, I credit Linda Ferber. These are thin wood disks with decorations like buttons turned on the face. To turn these buttons, I used a very cheap, easily made chuck […]

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Woodturning A Natural Edge Necklace Pendant

May also be viewed on YouTube – But best right here! I enjoyed the 2016 Utah Woodturning Symposium. I plan to soon turn my version of many projects and techniques I saw there. The inspiration for this one is Linda Ferber, who makes wood components to jewelry. This pendant is hazelwood pruned from my back […]

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Utah Woodturning Symposium – My 2016 Egg Cup Race Entry

May also be viewed on YouTube  – But best right here. I enjoy attending woodturning symposium – the Utah Woodturning Symposium is one such treat. In addition to all the demonstrations and exhibits, an annual feature is the egg cup race. I’ve participated for at least three years. It is a lot of fun. Each […]

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