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Woodturning Turning A Lamp




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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14 Responses to “Woodturning Turning A Lamp”

  1. Mitterxyz says:

    A scraper is sharpened on a 45 degree bevel and a bedan is sharpened on a 60/65 degree a bevel

  2. haydenHD says:

    Sorry, I will be making a new lamp soon. I bored it out with a long drill bit and a hand drill. I cut a slot in the base so it would sit flat.
    Thanks,
    Carl

  3. bingcro says:

    tks for posting but i would have liked to see how you bored the hole through what you did with the wire so that the base sat flat down

  4. scoobydog411 says:

    I am looking into making a dust collector. To keep it simple and keep the noise down .

  5. haydenHD says:

    Hi Julio,
    Thanks this was fun I hadn’t made a lamp before this.

    Carl

  6. prnyus says:

    This was a great project Carl. Thanks for the idea.
    Julio

  7. tahounez1 says:

    I love how haydenHD’s viewers are quality not quantity.

  8. haydenHD says:

    Hi, I’m not sure I’ll see if I can find out.

    Thanks,
    Carl

  9. worromij says:

    Is the square nosed scraper the same as a bedan tool? Nice job…!

  10. haydenHD says:

    Hi,
    It”s a great project.

    Carl

  11. pureprotea1 says:

    This is just what i was looking for!!! thanx!

  12. ionainfinland says:

    It’s so great to see the possibilities of wood turning are endless. With enough imagination you can make just about anything. I wish I had known all this when I was still in school (I studied cabinet making) where I only used the lathe once to make the leg of a little round table…

  13. haydenHD says:

    Hi Matt, I used a long 3/8 drill bit. I think a boring tool is probably the best way.

    Thanks,
    Carl

  14. blingandnemo says:

    Hi there, I have watched many of your videos and they are a pleasure to watch, very clear and easy to understand, but what I would like to know is how did you make the hole through the stem (shaft) was it the long boring tool or did you use another method? keep up the good work my friend and I look forward to your next video, regards Matt.

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