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Legacy Woodturning - Bullet Click Pen Assembly - How to Video
Robust Ring Drive Center - Product Review at The Woodturning Store
Woodturning - How to get a great surface finish on a walnut bowl
Turning a Tenon on a Small Walnut Bowl in HD - Woodturning How-To
Truing Up a Walnut Bowl Blank in HD - Woodturning How-To
Extra Large Dovetail Jaws for the Hurricane HTC125 Woodturning Chuck - Product Introduction
Finishing a Roughed Turned Bowl - Woodturning using Cole Jaws and Vacuum Chuck on a Robust Lathe
Turning a Bradford Pear Bowl in HD on a Robust American Beauty Woodturning Lathe
Hurricane Woodturning Tool Handle - The Woodturning Shop
Using a Robust Curved Tool Rest on a Walnut Bowl (Condensed Version)
Turning a Large Walnut Bowl in HD - Woodturning - 40 Min How-to Video
Turning a Walnut Bowl - Part 2 of 2 - The Interior
Turning a Walnut Bowl on a Screw Chuck - Part 1 - The Outside
Hurricane CPM-10V Bowl Gouge - Test Cut Closeup
Sharpening a Scraper - Woodturning How-to Tutorial
Sharpening a Roughing Gouge - Woodturning Tools - How-to Video
Sharpening a Swept Back Grind or Irish Grind on a Bowl Gouge - How To
Hurricane CPM-10V Bowl Gouge - Product Introduction - Woodturning Tools
Sharpening a Bowl Gouge - Part 2 - A Detailed Look - Woodturning Tips
Sharpening a Bowl Gouge - Part1 - Woodturning Tutorial
HTC100 Woodturning Chuck - Part 1 - Product Highlights
HTC100 Woodturning Chuck - Part 2 - Cole Jaws
Woodturning Chuck Review - History, Oneway, Vicmarc, Hurricane, Axminster
Chuck Insert Installation Video - Hurricane HTC100/ HTC125 Woodturning Chucks
Introduction to the Hurricane HTC125 Woodturning Chuck
Hurricane HTC125 Woodturning Chuck - Showing Various Optional Jaws
Excelsior 5-Speed Mini Lathe With Free Bed Extension
On Sale for only $299.99
List price: $379.98
Nova 30th Anniversary SuperNova 2 Chuck Bundle with 3 Jaw Sets and Case
On Sale for only $199.99
List Price: $229.99
Retractable Extension Cord Reel
On Sale for only $79.99
List Price: $99.99
This 12-gauge cord reel will easily mount to a wall with attached bracket or hang from the ceiling to add convenience to your shop. Features a 30-foot extension cord that retracts and locks at any length.
Silicone Project Mat
For only $24.99
List Price: $29.99
This protective project mat is made from heat-resistant, easy-to-clean silicone, meaning wet glue rinses off and dried glue peels off. Use it anywhere you want to protect your work surface or your project, whether in the garage, shop or on the dining room table. Since it's heat-resistant, it works well as a protective barrier for hot glue guns. The material is very soft, and one side has a textured surface to trap debris that could scratch or dent your project.
HVLP Finishing Sprayer
For only $119.99
List Price: $149.99
Designed with simplicity and versatility in mind, the Rockler Finishing Sprayer is the ideal solution for anyone wanting a smooth, professional-quality finish in very little time. It is capable of applying anything from lacquer finishes, varnishes and urethanes to unthinned latex paints. Thanks to Earlex® high-volume, low-pressure technology (HVLP), it does so with minimal overspray. The spray pattern is adjustable from 1'' to 12'' wide so you can tailor the output to your needs. The 13' flexible hose provides enough length so you can move around your project, while the 1 qt. paint cup provides plenty of capacity without excessive weight. 1.5mm and 2.5mm needles are included, along with complete instructions for operation and cleaning.
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