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  1. Version 1.0.0

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    A Sketchup 3D for Roy Underhill's Double Spring Pole Lathe Source: Popular Woodworking
  2. View File Spring Pole Lathe by Underhill A Sketchup 3D for Roy Underhill's Double Spring Pole Lathe Source: Popular Woodworking Submitter John Morris Submitted 12/07/2019 Category Shop Jigs  
  3. Made this couple years ago and have used when needing to stamp some metal with numbers or letters. Buddy of mine borrowed it and brought it back with this request, "I want one." Yeah like I remember how I pulled this miracle off!!! The handle was assembled in square form, two magnets on each side at the bulge. These are string enough to hold the die in place and not let it fall out when being used. I used a carriage bolt to provide a straight path to the stamp die. Once the dry fit was good I turned the handle. Works well.
  4. Anyone can join in to this fantastic tradition since 2004. Walk into any Woodcraft Store and turn pens for our troops!
  5. Just a heads up folks. Also, see attached for the pdf download Wood & Resin Turned Box WWW.WOODCRAFT.COM Use these simple turning techniques to create a unique lidded box. Woodcraft Turned Box Resin and Wood.pdf
  6. Had been planning to do this since last Christmas and today I got into it big time. I got the Ron Browns Best Off Center Chuck for last Christmas and have only used a couple times. After using tape, CA decided hot glue was faster to glue blank to sacrificial face plate. Did several at once by turning the overall disc straight on lathe and then put on Off Center. Designs are as varied as you mind can make them . For these will use a loop in the leather necklace and also turn a couple beads for either side. May get pinch bails for solid pendants with art design and dyes later. Backs not not finished yet so there are some fuzzies.
  7. I am in search of any project or lumber/slab that is Butternut or made primarily from Butternut. I need some project butternut images to install in our wiki page for Butternut, would anyone here like to donate an image(s) of your own work to our wiki? A full reference and credit to you and or your website will be shown. Wiki | Butternut THEPATRIOTWOODWIKI.ORG Wiki If you would like to share your project made from Butternut with us, I would like to use your image in our wiki. Please keep in mind that images used in our wiki become open source and free for use by the public as our wiki is completely open source and in alignment with these copyright rules. Wiki | Copyrights and License THEPATRIOTWOODWIKI.ORG Wiki Thanks in advance for your time, any images of butternut are needed, slabs, finished work, boards, etc.
  8. Just got a email from Woodcraft with a article on making a jam chuck. This is the most unique work holding method I have seen and I usually just improvise with a piece of inner tube. UNIVERSAL JAM CHUCK
  9. My shop is a small,15x15 area. No windows. I did clean up, a lot, before the photos. Don’t know what else to say...it’s small.
  10. Gerald

    Crosses

    I kinda opened my big mouth and have a short deadline for this project. I had already made 13 bowls for our Church Widows Banquet. But then for several years I wanted to make something for all the widows at the banquet. I suddenly got the idea that doing crosses would work. I made these from the scraps from making the offering plates. Some are from spindle stock and some from side orientation. Now these side orients worked well till today and I broke 4 with inclusions or weak grain. In two days I finished 29 and today turned but have not cut the cross bars on 13 more. Still have 6 more to turn.
  11. Finally got around to making some photos of my new turnings. This one is Bradford Pear dyed with Chestnut Stains. Finish is lacquer. I tried something different on the dye because I got the idea when applying the stain . I applied a full width application all the way down the piece and then started only going part way down the side to get the effect you see in the picture looking like a run down the sides. That gave me the idea to do the whole thing that way so I had to sand off the first full pass. The wood was almost burned because that void at the top was rotten into the center.
  12. Gerald

    Oak and Dye

    Well I have been tied up with my Offering Plate project for some time now and this is part of a little break i took last week. This piece of white oak had been hollowed for some time so decided it was time to finish it up. As it was drying it developed a few cracks and somehow some staining so I decided dye as the best finish. Applied Chestnut Stains Royal Blue and then sanded most of the color off below the rim. Now to add yellow and of coarse Y + B = G. topped that off with semi gloss lacquer. Maybe more to post later this week. By the I almost sanded this one off and start over as the wife did not like the color scheme and she suggested I call the DIL . Well you see the result
  13. Posted some of this in Monday topic and got another done today. These are the first two eggs. The top one I call Cracked Egg . It had cracks in it so I carved it and burned the carvings. The second was burned using a coiled wire to create the pattern. No finish on any as is pic time. This one I call Independence Egg. The blank is a glue up of 4 pieces of curly maple left over from the Clewes demos. Was not sure how this would look but after dye and acrylic applied turned out better than I thought.
  14. This is the second prototype for our church offering plates. No the will not be spaulted like this, only dry oak I have. Hope to do this in green wood but may have to resort to kiln dry oak like Mike Peace did. Hope to be able to have the final form 1/2 to 1 inch deeper . This piece is a little less than 2 deep. this piece has a small amount of curl do church will not get it
  15. Gerald

    Mushrooms

    Was looking for something new for my booth and decided to get into mushrooms. I did some natural edge and some in a traditional shape. All colors are either Chestnut stains or Chroma Craft dyes. Finished them off with semi gloss lacquer. All wood is Crepe Myrtle.
  16. I know this may be ahead of some new turners but we have to keep this interesting for those ready to make the jump to hollowing. This ia a nice piece on hollowing that I think you will find interesting. Maybe next week we can do some history, must be someone out there who likes history. https://www.hiltonhandcraft.com/Articles/MakingAHollowForm.html
  17. This time we tour to a pro website. Ed Davidson is known for his exotic yoyo's and boxes for them. This is a tutorial from his site on cork bottle stoppers. There are many more such tutorials on this site as well. These small projects are good preparation for many others that will give you enjoyment and gift ideas of your own design are just a step away from here. Ed Davidsons How to make a cork bottle stopper
  18. Finished this box yesterday for a club challenge Saturday. Was going to do a twist all the way up but when I cut it in two They did not match. So will do two boxes . One has twist top and the next will be twist bottom.
  19. I am just now becoming familiar with it. Does anyone care to educate us further on what it is, how it works, and why you do it? Thanks!
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