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WOODWORKING BASICS WITH MY SON

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Blog series by stefang updated 09-24-2019 07:29 PM 2 parts 2378 reads 28 comments total

Part 1: MAKING A SANDING TOOL FOR WOODTURNING

09-17-2019 03:36 PM by stefang | 17 comments »

My son Mark lives in Sweden which is about a two day drive from where we live in Norway. A few years ago my wife and I were visiting about once every year. One year I loaded up our station wagon with quite a few tools that I had replaced in my workshop, including a bandsaw, a small drillpress, a scrollsaw a workbench and I also brought along a mini lathe with some turning tools, a miter saw and a bench grinder. We used these tools to start up a work shop in my son’s basement (photos bel...

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Part 2: Finishing up

09-24-2019 07:29 PM by stefang | 11 comments »

My son Mark and I completed our workshop antics today. We had originally planned to do more than just woodturning, but I wasn’t able to be in the shop as much as we had planned and so we just concentrated on turning. Somewhat disappointing, but we covered some important aspects of woodturning that gives Mark a good start. He became comfortable using skew chisels, bowl and roughing gouges, spindel gouge, scrapers and parting chisel. He also learned a variety of mounting options with chuc...

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