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theturningshop.blogspot.com plus.google.com www.facebook.com Wood turning tips projects and plans with Carl Jacobson. Wood turning basics on a Lathe with basic wood turning tools. Turning a scoop on the lathe.
This innovative new tool sharpener is set to become a firm favourite with home woodworkers. Addressing many of the problems encountered with other grinders on the market, the Work Sharp tool sharpener is easy to use, requires the minimum amount of setting up, offers fully repeatable results and does not require the user to purchase, often costly, sharpening jigs. Powered by a 1/5 hp induction motor, this grinder is extremely quiet in operation and will even sharpen axes and lawn mower blades without stalling. A dry sharpening system, this machine has a special airflow which routes over the blade being sharpened to ensure it does not overheat. This has an obvious advantage over wetstone systems as the tool does not come into any contact with water. Two tool ports give access to the underside of the wheel where most smaller blades are sharpened. The first of these ports is specifically designed for chisel and plane blades up to 1 5/8″ in width. A fixed tool rest in this port is angled to enable a precise, fully repeatable bevel of 25º to be sharpened on to the blade. The tool rest itself is diamond coated to remove the burr and also doubles as a heat sink for fast dissipation of any heat build up within the tool. A second port is designed for the sharpening of carving and woodturning chisels. Used in conjunction with the slotted wheel and abrasives this port gives you a new perspective on sharpening. The wheel acts in a similar way to a zoetrope, so at high speed you can …
The body of the CL 1200 Lathe is made of welded steel sheets and chrome plated directing devices. A bead with and lead center. Longitudinal and perpendicular support and a device for template copying. Video Rating: 5 / 5
Part 3 (of 3) – This 26 minute woodworking video series illustrates a complete project from start to finish. You will see the principles of loose tenon (or floating tenon) joinery applied to make a sturdy tool stand. Shown in the video: Stock preparation using the planer and jointer. Making legs, aprons, and cross members for the project. Mortising on the router table. Having a repeatable setup for mortising by using a modified tenon jig. Efficient mortising technique – this project has 32 mortises. The benefits of a foot-activated motorized router lift. Glue and assembly of the project. Adding swivel casters to the project. Making loose tenons for joinery. This video is instructional and gives the basics of loose tenon joinery. More importantly, it provides the foundation required for furniture building.
On this short winter snowshoeing excursion my friend and I tested some Cold Steel chopping tools on some dead wood for the purpose of fire-making and fun. We did our best in this series of tests to be safe with the tools we used, and also very efficient in technique. In part one, I share with you some footage of the Cold Steel Special Forces shovel being pressed into the role of an axe. It’s not a difficult transition for this shovel which is sharpened on all sides, and is made from an unusually thick stock of steel. For the weight, and the price, this is an awesome tool, and you can consider yourself well prepared for an emergency if you have one handy. LIKE, FAVORITE, AND SHARE THIS VIDEO WITH YOUR FRIENDS. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE FUN IN THE OUTDOORS. Follow me on Facebook for exclusive videos and updates. facebook.com/thelateboyscout Video Rating: 4 / 5
The Torque Work Centre is predominately used for Wood working applications. The setup features all axis movement, total adjustability. It provides an incredible versatility and is easy to set up for the most complex jobs. You can rout, saw and drill in any angle using you own power tools. Available from TAMA Tools & Machinery, Adelaide www.tama.com.au. Video Rating: 4 / 5
George Vondriska provides instruction on how to select the proper side of the wood to cut a veneer and blade selection to achieve a great piece of veneer. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video. Visit www.wwgoa.com for more videos!
Chris Marshall takes a look at Powermatic’s 18″ Heavy Duty Bandsaw Video Rating: 0 / 5
theturningshop.blogspot.com plus.google.com www.facebook.com Wood turning tips projects and plans withCarl Jacobson. Wood turning basics on a Lathe with basic wood turning tools. Taking you from start to finish with a ruff piece of wood to your sanded and finished project with paste wax and mineral oil for a superb finish. Turning a flower on the lathe. Video Rating: 4 / 5
The new Laguna Drift Master fence system provides the utmost in control and adjustment for the band saw fence. The drift adjustment is accomplished quickly and easily through the quick-set wheel. This tool-free adjustment is quick and easy. Accurate and repeatable veneer cuts can now be performed with the microadjustment handle. See how this precision adjustment handle allows you to make repeated cuts using the outside edge of the blade. The Hi / Low fence system is easily changed within seconds and is extra long for additional support. To learn more about our products, please visit us at www.lagunatools.com.