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  1. We had an awesome snow here. Right around 14" of the light powdery stuff. New snow blower worked flawlessly! Our Patriot Turners- @Steve Krumanaker has expanded his Lid Making business to include pieces for spice bottles. Steve shows us some of the work it takes to create these new items- Check out his post for more details- @Pauley turned a couple of spectacular bowls. The wood color and grain patterns take your breathe away! Please see his post for the images and the types of wood he used- @Rust
  2. WOW! What a week it has been here in the Woodturner's Forum. Forgive me if I missed a post. Before we get started, please check out this post for posting your projects. We want your projects to be front and center in our forum and get the attention they deserve- Our Patriot Turners- @John Hechel is cranking out some awesome French rolling pins. He certainly has his work cut out for him. In his post, John explains his processes and some of his techniques- @RustyFN brought us up to date on the bowl and emblem
  3. Seems like I am always tossing plastic containers with lids in the trash. I got to thinking I might be able to use the threaded part of the containers and the lids to make turned boxes with threaded lids. Well, it turns out I can. Here is some of the containers. I take a knife and roughly cut the lid and threads from the container. I always cut them with a down stroke with the knife for safety. It is one of those operations where one slip can mean disaster. After that I take a pair of tin snips and remove as much excess as possible to save time at the lathe. I m
  4. If you want to make a self-centering box lid, you can always add a liner to the bottom that is slightly higher than the bottom, then it will lock to top in place. There is another way Make a groove on the inside, about 1/2 way thru the sides. Assemble the box Cut off the top, just below the inside cut. Save a piece of side scrap to help locate depth and fence distance. The bottom will lock the top in place Lid Inside +------------+ Outside | |
  5. A couple decorative mason jar lids. These are embellished using a cheap Chinese laser engraving machine. No finish on them as they are basically learning pieces. Anyway, I have blog going on purchasing and learning to use one of these machines if anyone is interested. Steve
  6. Just a PIP of where this box is at.. I usually have a bit of trouble, when hinges get used.. But at least these don't bind up....lots of fine tuning to do, yet.. Need to decide on some latches of some sort....gathering a few tools to toss inside when this box is done.. Well,it is a start....
  7. Still have to bevel the edge of the lid to match the top. flush cut a few Walnut plugs, and then think about a bit of finish. Trying to decide which way to show off a couple knots in the lid. If I keep the knots low, there is a narrow filler strip up at the hinges....If I reverse this, and put the filler strip at the bottom Knots would almost be centered. Have the top, where the lid will hinge to, attached . 7 screws, to hold it in place, counter-bored and plugged with Walnut plugs. I have a plug cutter and made my own plugs. Waiting on the glue to cure out, before a chisel and
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