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Tuesday Tip 41 Centering ring for alignment of glue block
Part 3 Natural Edge Maple Burl Bowl, Sanding
Tuesday tip 40 Use lemon juice to slow oxidization color change
Tuesday Tip 39 Viewing design elements
Part 2 Natural edge Maple burl bowl
Tuesday Tip 38, Evaluate vessel surface while roughing out blank.
Part 1, Natural edge burl bowl, axis planning
Tuesday Tip 37 Use laser to plan the rim of a natural edge bowl
Tuesday Tip, 36 Bandsaw opinion for turning
Tool Review, Jumbo bar
Tuesday Tip 35 Use two live centers to start in the balance point
More Woodturning Magazine and resources.
Tool review, Half inch boring bar
Tuesday tip 34, Jamieson resources
Tool Review, Swivel assembly
Tuesday Tip 33 Sheer scraping without a handle with a bowl gouge.
Brook trout part 3 carving
Brook Trout bowl Part 2 finish turning
Part 1, bowl & shallow relief carved brook trout
Tool Review Spindle gouge
Tuesday tip 32, Sanding crisp detail
Tuesday tip 31 Move bowl blank to balance grain and color
Tool Review, Jamieson tool rest
Turn square blank to round easy
Harry Potter Wand
Tuesday Tip 29. Turning thin stock for a lid
Canine burial urn with puppy paw embellishment
Evaluating the curved surface
Tool Review Jamieson signiture bowl gouge
Tool review Carbide cutter assembly
Tool Review for Jamieson torque aresting handle
Tool review, laser measuring system
Tool Review. Reach capabilities with boring bar and swivel cutters
Tool review Backrest for Jamieson hollowing system
Tool review, Jamieson hollowing system
rim treatment on a natural edge bowl
Clean up cambium layer with a wire wheel
Tuesday tip #25, Turn the nub in the bottom inside hollow forms
Tuesday tips #24 Remove tool marks from inside Hollow Forms
Tuesday Tip 23. Laser measuring
Walnut crotch plate
Tuesday Tips #22. Sandpaper cutter.
Tuesday Tip #21 Use pilot holes to put glue block on faceplate.
Tuesday Tips #20 Use air chisel
Tuesday Tip # 19 Use of a plastic sheet to find centers
Tuesday tip 18 Wax use on boring bar
Tuesday Tip 17 Pull cut on Hollow forms
Mothers day gift, Cherry ring holder
Tuesday Tip 16, Wobble bottom cut
Tuesday Tip 15, Outside Bottom Treatments
Tuesdays Tips #14 Carbibe cutter slicing cuts
TT9 Set and Use laser measuring
Tuesday Tip #8 Move backrest for easy entry into small holes
Physical limits turning
Set the laser to an existing wall thickness
TT 12 Fiddle factor hollowing through small holes
TT 6 Prepare concave surface for Faceplate
TT 5 Good grip between centers
TT4 Shaving relief technique
Tuesday Tip 11, Cut into the side grain.
TT3 Blow out water from wood
Tuesday Tip Small entry hollowing
Sharpening, quick, easy, and accurate
Tuesday Tips Intro and TT 1 Starting on the balance point
Mortar and Pestle part two
Mortar and Pestle, Part one
Blow water out of wood pores
Move cutter position for small entry hole hollowing
Tuesdays tip, start on the balance point
Thank You for One Million Views
Bottom treatment Part 2, bowl with carved feet
Bottom treatment part one, hollow form reverse chucking
Spalted maple plate done with glueblock
Introduction to live, remote demonstrations and shavings hair fun
Curly maple small box using glue block method
Tool control with unconventional sharp objects. Don't try this at home
Natural edge hollow form Part 2, Hollowing and laser meassuring.
Natural edge hollow form turning, Part 1 planning and design the outside.
Walnut crotch heart shaped bowl update, photos and survey. Live remote demos available now.
Lathe Improvement for drilling on the lathe
Heart shaped natural edge walnut bowl Part Three, Turning with voids
…Heart shaped natural edge walnut bowl, Part Two, establish best axis on the lathe.
Heart shaped natural edge walnut bowl, Part one, planning and blank preparation.
Robust review showing features and benefits of upgrading lathes using the American Beauty example
Birch burl bowl follow-up
Birch root burl with undercut shoulder using the boring bar with laser measuring.
Lathe setup and installation of leveling feet
Square plate turned from chestnut root burl
Turned steering wheel for Wheels on the bus game
Carved, textured, dyed and finished tulip shaped vessel.
Turning a tulip shapped wood vessel using Lyle's captured boring bar and Laser measuring. Part 1
Calabash bowl update
Calabash bowl from a maple crotch
Calabash bowl from a maple crotch
Planning a tree crotch for scale and axis of a bowl
Kitchen Utensil Caddy
How To Turn a Goblet
Lyle on Sharpening Lathe Tools
Lyle on Woodturning Workspace
Lyle on Turning the Outside of Bowls
Lyle on Bevel-Supported Tool Control
Lyle on Woodturning Tool Control for Hollow Forms
Lyle on Turning the Nub inside Hollow Forms
Lyle on Spindle Turning-Coves
Lyle On Spindle Turning-Beads
Lyle on Hollow Form Woodturning with a Small Entry Hole
Lyle on Sheer Scraping with Bowl Gouge for Woodturning
Lyle on Sharpening High Speed Steel Cutters for Boring Bar
Lyle on Scraping with a Bowl Gouge for Woodturning
Lyle on Sanding a Woodturned Bowl
Lyle on Rough Turning a Bowl
Lyle on Roughing a Hollow Form
Lyle on Reverse Turning a Bowl
Lyle on Boring Bar Capabilities for Woodturning Hollow Forms
Lyle on Woodturning Push Cut
Lyle on Woodturning Pull Cut Definition
Lyle on Preventing Torn Out Grain in Bowl Turning
Lyle on Preparing a Glue Block for Woodturning
Lyle on Preparing the Bottom of a Bowl for the Glue Block Process
Lyle on Design Considerations for a Natural Edge Turned Bowl
Lyle on a Pull Cut for Woodturning
Lyle on Mounting Wood Blanks on a Lathe
Lyle on Limitations of Chucks for Woodturning
Lyle on Lathe Set Up for Woodturning
Lyle on Bowl Gouges with Jamieson Grind
Lyle on Green Wood Handling for Woodturning
Lyle on Grain Supported Cuts for Woodturning
Lyle on Woodturning Under the Foot of a Bowl
Lyle on Finishes for Woodturnings.mp4
Lyle on Tool Control and Creativity for Woodturning.mp4
Lyle on Cleaning Up Tool Marks Inside Hollow Form Woodturnings.mp4
Lyle on Turning the Bottom of Hollow Form.mp4
Lyle on Chainsaw Use for Woodturning.mp4
Lyle Illustrates Buffing Turned Vessels.mp4
Lyle on Boring Bar Limits for Hollow Form Turning.mp4
Lyle on Always Wearing a Face Shield for Woodturning
(ends May 30, 2019)
Stainless Steel Pizza Cutter Turning Kit
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Pizza/Pie Slice Server Turning Kit
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The server makes the perfect companion for our Pizza Cutter Turning Kit (above, sold separately). Made from food-grade 304 stainless steel and attached to the handle (you turn) with an included 1/4-20 threaded insert.
Workbench Casters, 4 Pack
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This set of four easy-spin 2-3/8" urethane casters feature a foot-activated lift mechanism that engages or disengages with the touch of your toe. Engage them to lift your bench 3/4" off the floor for mobility, disengage them for stability. Each caster is constructed of durable steel and rated for 100 lbs. - that's 400 lbs. of total capacity with the 4-pc. set!
Nova Mini Jaws Package
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Get the complete suite of Nova mini jaws in one cost-saving package! The bundle consists of four sets of jaws: the Nova Mini 20mm Jaws, Nova Mini Spigot Jaws, Nova Mini Step Jaws and Nova 70mm Jaws. All are ideal for use with the Nova Precision Midi Chuck (#47447, sold separately) mounted on a mini or midi lathe. However, they also work on the larger Nova chucks, and with larger lathes.
Dust Right® Dust Separator
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Turn any shop vacuum with a 2-1/4'' ID outlet into a 2-stage dust and chip separator. When used with most power tools and shop vacuums, the Dust Right® Separator captures sawdust, wood chips, and other debris before it enters your vacuum, preventing the loss of suction power caused by a clogged vacuum filter. The five-caster base makes it exceptionally stable and easy to maneuver around the shop. Plus, hoses connect inside the in/out ports, preventing unintentional disconnections. The Dust Right® Separator creates a cyclonic air flow that causes most wood dust particles and other materials that are heavier than air to separate, preventing them from being passed to the vacuum. The vortex effect that is created prevents the loss of suction caused by prematurely clogged filters
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The PM1250 Air Filtration System employs an electrostatic filter that attracts and removes particles as small as 0.1 micron in size. It cycles the air in a 680 square foot space—the equivalent of an oversized 2-car garage—up to five times in a single hour. When set at the lowest setting, the system is about as quiet as a library, and when on high, it's quieter than normal conversation. Unlike most other air filtration systems, the PM1250 is portable and freestanding, meaning you can carry it to wherever filtration is most needed, then simply set it on the floor or the bench. The angle is adjustable using the knobs on the side of the unit. If you like, it can also be mounted to the wall or ceiling.
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