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  1. Multi Axis Hollow Form

    This is one of my multi axis hollow forms. Turned from Boiled Madrone Burl. This piece is 3"x3"x3". To create this piece I had to remount it 12 times to get all the side to match up the way they did. All C and C welcome.
  2. Multi Axis Burl

    I was lucky to get a few big leaf maple burl caps through a friend and had recently seen a demo on multi axis turning. Soooo, I had to try another new thing. Its fun doing one off things but I think it helps confirm my designation as a jack-of-some-trades and master of none. Maybe I'll find...
  3. 4-Axis Wera Style Screwdriver

    After experimenting with several shapes for screwdriver handles, I finally settled on one that resembles the Wera screwdrivers. This was pretty easy to do by simply marking the proportions with a piece of tape on the tool rest where the lobes needed to be. I made one for a gift to a friend...
  4. Asian Inspired Contemporary Stool

    Lately, I have been unable to pull myself away from the lathe. And by "lately" I mean for the last year or so. At the same time, I have been itching to make some furniture. So I though that perhaps I could make some furniture on the lathe. I set out to survey what kinds of furniture is being...
  5. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I took advantage of the new low price on the DW735 planer at Lowes after selling my old old Makita planer! I have read the reviews and it seemed to be the best portable planer for me! Got it home and set it up and ran a couple test pieces through it… i have read in the reviews that this thing...
  6. Blogs
    Woodturning an ice cream scoop You might be wondering - WHY? Me too. I've been having fun with some multi axis turning. I want to share what I have done, and hopefully , someone with more experience will share too. I started with a piece of cherry. 2" square x 10" long. I normally mark the...
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