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Wood lamps have been popular many times in the past. They are great as single wood projects or in multi-wood projects including segemented.

Lamps can be electric with bulbs, candle based or oil-filled canisters.

They can also be wonderful gifts!!


Turned Lamp PlansTurned Lamp Plans
By: Wood Magazine
An elegant, easy-to-turn shape showcases exceptional curly walnut grain.

Make one, a pair, or more—the figured wood an lamp parts are very affordable. Assembled lamp measures 15” tall.


Turned Table Lamp PlansTurned Table Lamp Plans
By: Wood Magazine
Based on the Biedermeier style of furniture created in Germany during the first half of the nineteenth century, this lamp’s graceful curves and pleasing proportions make it the perfect project to hone your turning skills.

To guarantee your success, you’ll need a four-jaw chuck and a simple homemade centering mandrel. By inserting this mandrel into the holes bored for the lamp pipe, all the parts will be aligned perfectly when you assemble the lamp.

Measures approximately 30" tall with a 5-1/4" wide base.


Confetti Oil LampsConfetti Oil Lamps
By: Robert Rosand
A confetti oil lamp is simply a turned base that encloses a glass vial of oil into which a wick fits. The flame produced as the oil burns is about equivalent to that produced by a candle, and each lamp burns for a couple of hours before needing to be refilled. That makes these lamps just about right for those romantic evenings with your significant other.


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Prices good from:
September 24 - October 21

Nova Pen Drilling Jaws
On Sale for only $29.99

Save $10

Price normally $39.99

The Nova pen jaws allow you to drill pen blanks right on your lathe. They will perfectly center the hole on any sized pen blank. Increase your accuracy and success rate with these jaws..

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Sorby Tools
Individual Tools or Sets

On Sale 15% Off

All Sorby tools both "individual" and "sets" are on sale this month. Add to your current collection, get a backup tool or buy a brand new set to get started turning.

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Rikon Midi Lathe
On Sale for only $549.99

Save $100

Price normally $649.99

This Rikon Midi Lathe has a 1 HP motor running 120VAC. The swing is 12.5" over the bed. The lathe has MT2 tapers in both the headstock and tailstock. It is belt driven with 3 pulleys for speeds of: 250 - 750, 550 - 1650, 1300 - 3850 RPM. There is a digital RPM readout and a forward and reverse switch. This is a good general purpose lathe for well balanced turning blanks.

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