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  1. We had some snow here, about 4", but it came in spurts- just enough each time that it needed shoveling. 4 driveways X 3 times. @Gerald posted a question about how quickly his turned bowls dried. He wondered if it was related to his shop environment. Take a look at his post and offer any suggestions you might have- @Smallpatch (Jess) posted some chess pieces he made, a week or so ago. He followed up with a description of what he used to finish the pieces so they would look identical to the originals. Read his explanation and additional comments- @Steve Krumanaker turned a gorgeous maple bowl and then added to its' beauty by decorating the bottom with one of his fantastic woodburnings. Steve also answered questions about the woodburning design he used. If you have turned a bowl, you have probably experienced grain tearout of at some point on the turning. The change in direction of the grain can be really difficult to cut cleanly. Here is a video from John Lucas on shear scraping. He is demonstrating how to help reduce the tearout. A while back, @Ron Altier was experimenting with a chatter tool. Mike Peace put up this video on turning tops and decorating them using the chatter tool. I typically use a clear finish on my turnings- oil, poly, wax or whatever. I like to see the work of nature in the grain patterns and colors. There are some turners who prefer to decorate with other media. I saw this and thought it was neat. It's from John Clothier- Not much turning for me. I finished the "sure my husband can fix that" project. I actually got to use the lathe for part of it. The broken leg was reattached with dowels but I had to replace some of the wood to eliminate the voids left by the previous repair job. I ended up turning an odd sized dowel for the repair. I was working on a Manzanita root and as I turned into it I found the voids were deeper and more extensive that I realized. I'm going to try and save the turning by adding some Alumilite into the voids. To keep the liquid from running out, I've sealed up the blank with modeling clay. Hope it works! Safe Turning
  2. From My Shop to Yours

    Merry Fishmus to one and all!!! Note: I found this the other day in my "table top photography" folder from years ago.
  3. Well I guess I'd better start thinking about doing some Christmas shopping, maybe on Saturday... Thanks to all of the woodturners who participated in our Gold Star Christmas Family raffle. It's going to be a great Christmas for those kids! Please continue to tag your posts. It really does make site navigation easier. @Steve Krumanaker posted a really beautiful walnut bowl. The finish is absolutely flawless. Checkout this post! @HandyDan made a BUNCH of string tops- Check out how he did it and his great repurpose of some of the wood- @Joe Candrilli posed a question about turning and dust collection. He is turning Alumilite and the curlies were not being collected by his dust collector. A great conversation about this ensued- We have discussed different dust collection techniques here, in the past. While looking for help on Joe's question, I did run across another solution that may work for other dust material collection. The video is a little long but you may get some ideas from it. While on the subject of Alumilite, turning, shavings and Christmas, Rick Turns creates an acrylic Christmas tree- Some of us may be lucky enough to get a little cash from Santa. If you are looking for a new lathe chuck, Mike Peace has posted a video comparing/contrasting some of the chucks on the market. While the information has presents is great, in my opinion he has overlooked the best chuck available anywhere- the Easy Wood Tools chuck. Buy the EWT chuck first and you'll never need to buy another. Merry Christmas! Safe Turning
  4. Having our first snow of the season. A little Alberta Clipper. It will probably be enough to make the grass white. We have another day or so to finish up The Patriot Woodworker Raffle for our Gold Star Family. If you haven't bought a ticket, there is still time! Also, again, a reminder that tagging your posts really helps visitors/members locate information for which they search. Tags are easy to do and only takes an extra second to complete. @Ron Altier posted a great question this week about using shavings as a method of finishing a turning. Check out the post and the ensuing discussion- Ron also posted a new Christmas ornament. It's a real beauty- The latest issue of Woodturning OnLine has lots of great information. They are featuring a project from Carl Jacobson which is very timely as winter begins in earnest. Carl makes a turned , rustic bird feeder. Great idea for our little feather friends- not so much for those pesky squirrels. There is also a PDF tutorial from Colin Spencer on turning a "pentagon" bowl. It can be seen at- https://www.woodturningonline.com/assets/turning_projects/Pentagon bowl instructions.pdf Check out the entire issue at- http://www.woodturningonline.com/index.php Rick Turns has posted his list of turning videos for the month of November. Rick has developed, undoubtedly, the most extensive listing of turning videos on YouTube. I'm not sure but I believe Tim Yoder has been sipping the spiked eggnog- Safe turning
  5. Great News! We have gone over our goal for the Gold Star Family Christmas Drive! If you haven't already donated, don't let the fact that we reached our goal stop you. 9 Days left to do what your heart tells you. More donations equals more presents for two little kids! Just a friendly reminder, please continue to add tags to any new post you start. It makes searches more accurate for anyone wishing to find information. I have reviewed all of the topics here in the Turner's Forum and added tags where they were missing. If you feel I modified one of your topics incorrectly, please let me know so I can make the corrections. Tomorrow is December 7th. Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. If you were in the Navy and sailed into Ford Island you will never forget passing the monument of the USS Arizona. Rest in Peace brothers. Fair winds and following seas. @Steve Krumanaker posted images of a vessel he turned. Their club and a demonstration by Cindy Drozda and Steve must have been her star pupil! Beautiful turning, Steve! Check out his post and the discussion that followed- @Ron Altier turned an awesome ornament from acrylic and wood. Ron posted about the difficulty he had with the acrylic. Checkout his post and see the discussion and maybe you can provide him with some suggestions- @HandyDan really makes Christmas special for kids stuck in the hospital over the holidays. Here's what he makes for them. Dan describes his gifts here- Dan, you certainly are going to be on Santa's "nice" list. @Gerald is all prepped for a demonstration/sales. Here is a sample of some of the things he will be turning and selling at the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Museum Here's his post- @Jim from Easy Wood Tools let us know about a contest Easy Wood Tools is having. They need your help decorating this year's Christmas tree! There's a little more about it here- If you need an idea for an ornament, here's a video on turning an acorn with a surprise inside- @HandyDan alerted us to a contest from Nova. They are giving away some awesome Christmas presents. If you have a Facebook account, head over to- https://www.teknatool.com/12-days-christmas-facebook-giveaways/ Bessey Clamps is also running a Christmas Give-a-way on Facebook Here's the link to their Facebook page- https://www.facebook.com/BesseyToolsNorthAmerica/ I did get some lathe time in this past week, between helping put up Christmas decorations (no ladders this year ). I needed to replace that rickety old bench I have in the shop. It was ready to collapse and beyond another repair attempt. There was some maple left over from the high chair project and there's always a little walnut lying around. All the parts were turned on the lathe. Normally, I don't put a finish on anything I make for the shop/myself. You can see why- miserable failure. Oh well, it's just a 3 legged stool. Out with old and in with the new- Safe turning
  6. YouTube makers

    Guys, since I have to take it a little easy for the short-term future and I seem to learn better from visual input can you sugest some of your favorite YouTube WW. I have subscribed to most of the more well known ones but am looking for any rare or new ones I might not have heard of.
  7. the eyes have it...

    and some of the sublinks are great too..
  8. Young Turner

    Ran across this video of a young turner. Handled his tools well while turning a tea light.
  9. Turkey call

    I do not hunt, but I saw this turkey call and was amused by it. It really works and this guy used a lot of different wood types. I do not know him nor am I trying to sell for him.
  10. Mortising?

    I'm trying to decide what I want to do about efficient mortises Fe$tool Domino is out of the question unless I'd get a super deal on one. I don't see that happening. Same for a dedicated mortising machine. Super fast, though. I attended a Glen Huey seminar last spring and PopWood recently reposted an old video of his using the same technique. Basically a plunge router with a fence. I do see a lot of scorch marks on his faces. Matthias' Pantarouter is nice, but overkill for me. Thinking of making a sliding horizontal router jig, but have not looked up the pattern in a recent Wood magazine, or even sure I have it. I have a "Bead Lock" that I've used for a few things. It has inserts to drill the overlapping holes, then another to guide a chisel square. Maybe too slow for a large number of them. Stock gets expensive for a large number of them, and custom router bits to make the stock crazy expensive. Hand mortising, again, too slow (at least at my skill level) Then it occurred to me, my Shopsmith has a router chuck and I could use it to plunge out the mortises. Hmm. What to do, what to do? Are there other options I have not considered?
  11. Home sawmill

    This is a good video, a bit long, that shows a huge tree being cut into 13 slabs. I've never seen one in operation and I had to admire the work effort this guy goes thru
  12. Wood Swimmer

    Found this on another forum... thought you may enjoy it...
  13. Good video. Glen did a seminar last spring for the Cincinnati Woodworking Club and included techniques such as this.
  14. A short video (and PDF) by Robert Lang that explains some of the navigation techniques used in sketchup. http://readwatchdo.com/2015/05/the-first-thing-to-learn-about-sketchup-navigation/
  15. A half-hearted bit of humor has morphed into an idea. What does the membership think about a forum section with membership produced how-to presentations (videos, step by step tutorials, etc.)? You might want to refer to this post for further information.
  16. Towards the end of this video, the discussion between interviewer, and maker, is priceless, "Money is not everything!" I couldn't have expressed that better myself.
  17. best skew demo

    this video made me realize how little I know
  18. Awhile back I promised you a demo of the Mathias Wandel Pantograph. Well I ran across this PDF of our October Woodworkers club NewsLetter where my cousin Paul ( builder of my pantograph) and I did a presentation on it. He explained the build, and I did a live demonstration. It is about half way down the pdf. http://nwwoodworkers.org/newsletters/October 2016 Newsletter.pdf Herb
  19. The original video for this post was removed from YouTube. This video is similar- showing keyboard shortcuts to Sketchup tools-
  20. Video is way too long, but it looks like we can put down all the tools, eliminate the craftsmanship of risk and introduce the craftsmanship of certainty. Sell all your tools, become a programmer, start it up, go have a coffee and donut, come back and do some sanding. http://www.diysmartsaw.com/?tid=main_med_adw_diysmart&gclid=COn4wcf57tECFdcUgQodJgYKCg
  21. Neat idea for aligning pieces for hand cut dovetails http://www.finewoodworking.com/2005/10/25/a-simple-trick-for-aligning-pins-and-tails?source=w1722enl&tp=i-H43-BC-12U-4oD44-1o-4vrt-1c-4niDc-bErcg&utm_campaign=fine-woodworking-eletter&utm_source=eletter&utm_medium=eletter&utm_content=fw_eletter&cid=3998&mid=71071968

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