|Bowl from a Board or Coring Backwards?|
By: Bob Hamilton
In this project Bob uses a thick turning blank and then uses a bowl from a board technique to create two parts which he then reassembles to create his bowl. It's a very clever technique and creates a great looking bowl.
|Bowl from a Board|
By: Roger J. La Rose
Roger shows us 3 different ways to cut the wood for a bowl from a board. They are: Ring Master, band saw and scroll saw. This demonstration handout is really helpful to learn all the different ways that you can do this process.
|Let's get Dizzy |
By: Al Miotke
The techniques for making a bowl from a single board (called BFB, or bowl-from-a-board, in the segmented turning world) have been known for a long time. It’s a very efficient method for making a bowl with minimal use of wood and with some creative use of different woods and it can get very attractive results. In recent years this technique has been taken to new levels with the creation of what is commonly called a dizzy bowl.
|Band saw bowl|
By: Tom Lohman
In this photo tutorial, Tom shows us a basic bandsaw bowl. Using two pieces of lumber, you draw ring sizes and then cut them out using the bandsaw at the correct angle for the size of your lumber. Tom will show you how to make this type of laminated bowl.
|Stacked Lamination |
By: Tom Lohman
This type of bowl is also often called a "dizzy bowl" and when you look at it, you can see why. In this photo tutorial, Tom walks us through each step of the design and layout. Then he shows us the critical step of band sawing thin layers from our working blank. Then he cuts the rings and assembles the layers into our turning blank. You'll have everything you need to know in this tutorial to make your own dizzy bowl.
|Bowl From A Board|
By: Tom Lohman
In this photo tutorial, Tom shows us how to layout and design a bowl from a board. He shows each step in the process so that you can duplicate his results.
|How to Turn a Bandsaw Bowl From a Board|
By: Eric Meier
Turning a large bowl on a lathe tends to waste a lot of wood. When you factor in the cost of some of the more exotic woods, their price and limited sizes can quickly become prohibitive for larger bowls. With this project, a simple 20″ x 5″ x 1″ piece of wood is cut in half, and then cut into a series of sloped 45 degree rings on a bandsaw, and then glued together to make a handsome 10″ bowl blank to be turned on the lathe.
|Bowl from a Board|
By: Phil Bristow
In this short tutorial, Phil shows us how he creates two sides of a turning blank and cuts them to build up rings for a bowl from a board. Phil makes the process look simple and the results are stunning. Using a 45 degree angle makes it easy for anyone to duplicate this process and to get inspiration from it!
|Bowl from a Board|
By: Ted Robinson
In this project, Ted shows us how to make a wonderful bowl from a single board. Ted laminates wood to create his board which enables him to create very unique bowl designs. This enable him to have vertical colored features in his bowls.
To make the bowl, Ted cuts the board into rings and stacks them. He uses a home built tool which he explains so you can make one yourself.
Ted also shows how to laminate layers into the bowl as the rings are being stacked and glued to get horizontal features into his bowls.
If you've ever wondered how they make stacked bowls, this tutorial is the place to go!
|A Bowl from a Board|
By: Malcolm Tibbetts
In this project, Malcolm Tibbetts shows us how to glue up a turning blank using 40 segments and 40 splines. The splines are small sandwiches of maple veneer and ebony. The glued-up 1/2 round segments are cut into circles and then assembled into a bowl blank. From there the turning is easy and the outcome is stunning!
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(ends November 27, 2019)
Customized Electric Branding Iron
On Sale for only $99.99
List price: $119.99
This customized, 110V electric branding iron will let you imprint your woodturnings in way that will never fade away. You will be able to order from fifteen different standard-size design choices, enter your custom text and proof the final design. The delivery of your custom burning head will take 2 - 3 weeks.
Rockler Mini Carbide Pen Turning Tools
On Sale for only $149.99
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This three piece set has comfortable rubber handles which provide excellent control and reduce fatigue—replaceable carbide tips require no sharpening. The 3-piece sets comes with diamond, square and round carbide tipped tools.
Bar Tool Turning Kits
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Everything you need to turn out cocktails that friends will rave about—includes all five of their Bar Tool Turning Kits in one cost-saving package. Includes: bottle opener, double jigger, muddler bar, bar spoon, cocktail strainer and 5 threaded inserts.
Pen Press/Drilling Jig
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Drill and assemble your pens perfectly with flush fittings and a smoothly-operating mechanism! This dual-purpose jig takes care of both prep work and assembly. It holds your blank firmly in position for drilling, creating a precise, perfectly centered hole the entire length of the pen. Later, it smoothly presses your parts together without any bowing or misalignment. Notched jaws automatically center the blank for drilling, while two countersunk holes center the parts during assembly. Large clamping wheel provides slow, controlled pressure so you'll never crack a casing again.
Trend® Air Circulating Airshield Pro
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Protect your lungs, face and eyes during virtually any woodworking task with the air-circulating Trend® Airshield Pro. Its built-in fan circulates filtered air to prevent fogging, provide cooling and protect users from dust particulates down to 0.6 microns in size at a 98% efficiency rate. This model also meets ANSI Z87+ standards for eye-protection. It features an improved headband with a ratchet suspension and pivoting nape back strap for enhanced comfort, fit and durability. The nickel metal hydride battery allows for up to eight hours of operation on a full charge, twice the length of previous models. Includes a charger, airflow indicator and pre-installed plastic film overlay to prevent buildup of sap after heavy turning jobs, and to prevent scratching.
(ends December 24, 2019)
Denim Woodturner's Apron
On Sale for only $17.99
List price: $29.99
This is a one-size fits all, heavy duty denim apron with a soft-cloth collar and criss-cross shoulder straps. It even includes a pencil pocket.
Starter Pen Turning Kit
On Sale for only $59.99
List Price: $69.99
This kit contains all the essential tooling you need to start turning custom pens. It includes three pen blank species (bloodwood, bubinga and olivewood), three gold-plated Slimline Twist Pen Hardware Kits, a 7mm mandrel with knurled nut and #2 Morse Taper, 7mm bushings, a 7mm Brad Point Drill Bit, a 1 oz. bottle of CA Glue, a Pen Mill Kit for truing up all mating surfaces and a storage case with 28 adjustable compartments. The Pen Mill includes four pilot shaft sizes for a wide range of pen types.
Sorby 6-Piece Woodturning Set with Book and DVD (Woodturning: A Foundation Course)
For only $229.99
List Price: $329.99
Robert Sorby's flagship set of turning tools is designed to fill the needs of woodturners from beginner to professional. These high-quality tools will shorten the learning curve for those just starting out, and are sure to impress the seasoned woodturner. The set comprises six of Robert Sorby's core range of tools: a roughing gouge, spindle gouge, bowl gouge, skew, parting tool and scraper. Each tool is crafted from the highest quality high speed steel, and married to a comfortable handle turned from solid ash. The set arrives in a high quality box that provides an attractive presentation as a gift, and practical storage thereafter.
Dust Right® Lathe Dust Collection System
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This highly adjustable steel boom arm holds a semi-cylindrical dust scoop that closely cups your small turning projects, capturing nearly all dust!
Excelsior Mini Lathe
For only $229.99
List Price: $299.99
The Excelsior 5-Speed Mini Lathe can turn bowls of almost 10" in diameter and spindles up to 17-3/4" in length, making it perfect for chair legs, small table legs and an endless array of decorative turnings. A convenient door provides easy access to the belt, along with 5 different speeds: 760, 1100, 1600, 2200 and 3200 RPM. Cast-iron body provides mass for minimal vibration, stable turning and maximum durability.
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