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Woodturning Projects Maple Tea Light




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 maple tea light on the lathe.
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33 Responses to “Woodturning Projects Maple Tea Light”

  1. deboraisabelgp says:

    Impecable trabajo. Todo un arte

  2. snydergc says:

    The Nova Chuck will work on a Shopsmith lathe. The Nova Chuck needs an adapter to work with each different lathe. They have an adapter that fits the Shopsmith.

  3. MixyBoy says:

    Love your videos man, wish I could afford wood turning set.

    Cheers!

  4. haydenHD says:

    Hi Bob, I got them at Woodcraft,

  5. MrRhb08 says:

    hi please can you tell me where to find the beading tools i cant seem to find them on the web
    Bob

  6. EdBoonSucks says:

    Would that fit on to a ShopSmith lathe?

  7. 6Zorongos says:

    hola y gracias, muy lindo trabajo,,,

  8. bigruy says:

     el esta usando cera en ingles es “beeswax”

  9. haydenHD says:

    It’s a Nova Chuck you can find them on the web.

  10. EdBoonSucks says:

    Ok well, that bit that you use to clamp the waste block, what’s it called and would it fit on to any lathe?

  11. haydenHD says:

    I just try to get it close.

  12. EdBoonSucks says:

    How do you know if the piece is centered when you glue it?

  13. 6Zorongos says:

    hola muy lindo, pero que es eso que le pasas al final un barniz? o una pasta para pulirlo para que quede mas suave :) :) :-) ,,,,

  14. haydenHD says:

    @hpmedghalchi They make round sharping stones but I just use a piece of sand paper on a dowel. I don’t have the instruction sheet sorry.

  15. letslipthedogs says:

    Hmmm….Hobby Lobby is likely to have corck board lengths you could laminate to a small waste block for stability after you cut them. Office supply store would definetely have thicket boards for this. I will look about online and see if there are larger sections of corck board. If you try it lemme know how it works and if I get to it first I’ll do the same for you. Cheers

  16. haydenHD says:

    I got it very cool.

  17. MrLeonard55 says:

    I sent you a pic.

  18. MrLeonard55 says:

    I’m almost done with the lidded bowl. Have to get a couple of more coats of lacquer on it.

  19. MrLeonard55 says:

    There where only 2 little spots. It was cabinet grade plywood pieces. I think there were 7 plies. As you come over the top of it the and looking down the rings are wider at the top and narrow as you go down. It looks kinda cool. Different colored plies in it.

  20. haydenHD says:

    Did you need to fill in the voids in the plywood?

  21. haydenHD says:

    I’ve never tried cork but it might work. Do you know where you can buy thick cork?

  22. MrLeonard55 says:

    I laminated some plywood together and made one. It was ok.

  23. letslipthedogs says:

    Love your videos, but I had a question for you and any other turner’s that may read the comments. Instead of using the chuck and damaging the inside(i know it won’t be seen but still if you sell a piece or are just OCD it’d be better to be clean IMO), have you ever used cork as a waste block? It seems that it wouldn’t damage it as a jam chuck waste wood miay or certainly wouldn’t damage the way the chuck does. Your thoughts?

  24. utubebriano says:

    great work
    

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