These are the steps I go through to make the MDF type chucks. Cut 3 each 3 1/4" squares as bottom left. Next glue 2 together and clamp. Let dry. Then mark with a center finder a circle on the 2...
Abrasives Grit Chart 2021
I figured it was time to update this list as Micro Mesh regular, which is commonly used for resins, is not color coded if you get the pads, and Zona, a 3M product, is getting amazingly popular. You...
Introducing Eagle Abrasives
Use for super fine finish on wood, acrylics, film finsihes. Anywhere you want super shine. 220 to 4000 grit
It’s nice to be recognized
Everyday we get up and strive to get our customers the best experience possible. Best products, best service and such. So when YouTube Turner, and new customer Rick Blundell put a shout out in his...
CUTTING BOWL BLANKS WITH A CHAIN SAW
Here is a good Woodworkers Journal web article on cutting logs for bowl turning. While it is a reliable tool makes the job easier and does a good job on the safety and execution aspect of it, I...
John Lucas Lighting Tricks with a Photo Box
Another one I dug up off of the old website You can download it here
Stephen Hatcher – Basic Stone Inlay
This is an older article that Stephen gave me on his stone inlay technique Click HERE for the PDF
Barbara Dill Multi-Axis turning
I have always been a fan of this style. check out the video here
My first (sorta) 15 seconds of Fame
A few years back, Tim Yoder had a series on PBS called Woodturning Workshop. Over the years I had gotten to know him and he thought it would be fun to come down to my shop and film an episode about...
The Intricacies Of Spalting: A Master Overview By Spalt Expert Sara Robinson Ph.D
Here is a great video done by North Wood Figured Woods, featuring the Spalt Expert Sara Robinson Ph.D