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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. Turning A Box On The Lathe.
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19 Responses to “Woodturning Projects Maple Box”

  1. catman1000000001 says:

    your videos are amazing

  2. aiolos60 says:

    Very nice Carl, thanks for sharing
    Yiannis Athens Hellas

  3. MrLeonard55 says:

    Nice one Carl. Have you ever thought about making a little Sake set? Might be kinda interesting.

  4. haydenHD says:

    Thank you, Yes I am a wood turner.

    Carl

  5. Ichigo1577 says:

    are you a wood worker

  6. Ichigo1577 says:

    your awesome 

  7. gargantuanuan says:

    Thanks Carl. That seems to be the problem I am about 4 inches low, I will set up some blocks,
    Thanks for the tip
    Martin

  8. haydenHD says:

    Hi Martin,
    The rule of thumb is, standing at your headstockshould be level with your arm bent at the elbow. I have my lathe on blocks to achieve the right height.
    Thanks,

    Carl

  9. gargantuanuan says:

    Hello Carl I winder if you could answer a question for me. I am fairly new to woodturnig and notice that I am suffering a bit of back ache when at the Lathe for a long period, Is there a rule of thumb for the height of the lathe relative to your body? I suspect that mine is too low. Standing up straight, where should the lathe centre be.
    Thanks in advance.. Martin ..uk

  10. haydenHD says:

    I’ll see I haven’t made a apple before.

    Thanks,
    Carl

  11. Cstremke9090 says:

    Hey that look Beautiful!! i was wondering if you could make a wood apple. i keep seeing them online and dont get how to make it, i get how to get one side but how do you turn it around?

  12. cromstable says:

    Thanks for all the videos Carl, I’ve really enjoyed them all. As for the hot glue, one area of issue for me , was I first used the small craft glue gun, the glue was too thin and would start to harden too quickly, making for a weak joint to the scrap. Switched to the larger glue gun and no problems since. So I recommend staying away from the smaller glue guns.

  13. haydenHD says:

    No! I just have always have I don’t think it matters.

    Thanks,
    Carl

  14. ionainfinland says:

    Looks cute :) So it’s easiest to always make the lid first?

  15. findingusernamesux11 says:

    No, I didn’t make that tool, it’s called a spoon knife or a crooked knife and yup, works great! : )

  16. haydenHD says:

    Hi Nic, Thanks! That tool your useing to cup out the spoon you made did you make that? It looks like it works great.

    T
    Carl

  17. haydenHD says:

    Hi Bob, Yes I wipe it off in between all the grits.

    Thanks,
    Carl

  18. findingusernamesux11 says:

    Love your videos, love your work!
    /Nic.

  19. bwolfe5555 says:

    Carl, Thanks for posting another great turning video. Nice looking box. When you are sanding, do you clean all the wax/oil/dust off the piece between grits or just move on to the next in the sequence?

    Thanks Again, Bob

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