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  1. Several years ago, WOOD magazine did a project, a "wood turned walking stick". It didn't happen very often but this particular project just spoke to me and I had to make it. That's kind of funny because at the time, if I'm being honest, I couldn't really call myself a wood turner. My lathe was a shopsmith and I turned a spindle if I just had to. Anyway, I ended up making several of those walking sticks for gifts or personal use. I have decided to revisit the project and hit the highlights of it for the May demo for our club. It's a very straight forward thing to make except for the handl
  2. Got the cane I've been working on done this week. This is the first one I made in two pieces. I started out with two brass bushings. Threaded them to a 3/8" coarse thread. Turned them down to 5/8" and turned notches into the outside so the epoxy had something extra to grab onto. Took a couple 3/8" bolts and drilled a chamfer in the heads to give them a true center point to ride the live center. Did this to make sure they met well when screwed together later. Took a 36" x 1 1/4" birch dowel and cut it in half. Found the centers
  3. Our resident YouTube super star has posted videos of his walking stick creation. This 3 part epic shows us how he turned the handle as well as all the other parts. Thanks @Steve Krumanaker for making this available!
  4. Here are the walking sticks I completed for my wife and I. Hers has a queen topper, I have a king!
  5. A friend of mine hurt his leg real bad when he slipped on some ice about six weeks ago. After an operation to repair the damage he has been on crutches and is now allowed to start putting weight on it and walk. I made him a cane to help him along. I'm 6'0" and a 36" cane is good for me so since he is 6"6" I made his 39" and it works well for him. Turning the long part required a steady rest. The length and thinness made it whip in the middle. For the handle I cut a tenon on the end and laminated three pieces of Cherry together for the handle. I looked at examples of handles and drew one
  6. I just love this! Builders link here: http://www.scheublinlindeman.com/walkingtable/
  7. And walked downtown. I was just going to see IF anything was "new" at the usual place.....nope, same old,same old. Walked back out, spotted a second store across the street....it was OPEN? Turns out she is only open on Tuesdays, 12 - 4...my lucky day.... Asked about old tools....was shown a few sitting around....."How much for that rusty little thing?" At first, she wanted $7......nah....then it was down to $5......Ok, I gave her a dollar to hold the "prize" until I could get back...3 blocks each way, twice....whew. next time I'll DRIVE down there. Paid her the $4 she
  8. I had some Oak scrap and decided to make one of these walking toys. It wasn't easy, my first attempt would only walk a couple of flips, because I missed on the dimensions a bit. This effort worked ok. I used quarter 20 set screws for the weights. I also drilled the holes for it on the lathe, instead of the way the video showed. I've had trouble in the past displaying videos.........here goes stick.MOV
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