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Woodturning Projects Maple Box




theturningshop.blogspot.com plus.google.com www.facebook.comWood turning tips and projects with Carl 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.
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20 Responses to “Woodturning Projects Maple Box”

  1. Hayley2359 says:

    That’s such a great little box. What a great gift idea too!
    Also, I love how you reply to your fans comments too – Well done Carl! :-)

  2. haydenHD says:

    That s great idea for the inlay. Thank you.

    Carl

  3. Buzzsawman says:

    this box would be an excellent candidate for inlay into the top…like a starburst int contrasting woods..it is amazing how you can figure out the best method of mountaing any size or shape box onto the lathe

  4. NyMozdonyvezeto says:

    Kedves Nic.Nekem minden videója nagyon tetszik. Gratulálok minden munkájához. Őszinte tisztelettel. B.Szabó László Magyarországról.

  5. peaheadobrien says:

    I just started watching your videos – very nice!
    1. could you describe the tools you are using as you use them and the techiques you use for each tool.
    2. could you do a video on sharpening each tool – yours look very sharp.
    Thanks for your contribution – very helpful
    Jeff

  6. haydenHD says:

    Thanks,

  7. haydenHD says:

    Thanks Rob,

  8. robbiethewood says:

    nice work carl i seen one bening made last year that looked like a clam
    keep them comming

  9. haydenHD says:

    Hi Greg,

    Sounds like the video was helpful to you. Hope you are healing ok, and yes a chuck will eat you up if you get to close.

    Take care,

    Carl

  10. haydenHD says:

    Thank you!

  11. haydenHD says:

    Thank you!

  12. haydenHD says:

    Nic,

    Nice. I did not see that when I was editing. That was cool…

  13. haydenHD says:

    I wipe the wax and mineral oil off between each grit so that it does not build up on in the finish.

    Thank you,

    Carl

  14. haydenHD says:

    Hope it doesn’t pop off either. Keep them parallel and it should fit nicely.

    Thanks,
    Carl

  15. tkcenterline says:

    A Bun Box. How cool is that and yet another good video!!! You make it look so eazy. Hopefully my lid will stay together without POPING off.

  16. Upcountryturner says:

    I look forward to seeing your videos as you are always offering little tidbits of knowledge and experience but i have wondered for a long time, when you are sandingand finishing at the same time what keeps the dust from being trapped in the finish? but as always i enjoyerd your vieo and nice box,, keep them coming.

  17. findingusernamesux11 says:

    Nice, very nice!
    I like the little magic thing at 8:28 with the wax! Hehe!
    /Nic.

  18. tahounez1 says:

    Thats a nice little box. I like this one alot.

  19. mickleuk says:

    Nice little box. Thanks.

  20. gswiaczny says:

    Really nice :) And hey! I’ve just tried out that waste block and hot glue. It works perfectly! Thank you very much :) And thanks for making the video about glueing to the wasteblock.

    Be careful… At 7:02 your fingers are so close to the chuck… I’ve got hurt in my finger about week ago (but with an angle grinder). Got some seams in it, and gonna have “beautiful” scar till the end of my life… It’s nothing nice to see your own bone, tendon and all that stuff… So carefully please.

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