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Woodturning Methods

Author : Mike Darlow
ISBN : 1565233727
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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The second book in Mike Darlow's popular "Woodturning Series," this invaluable reference features clear language, crisp full-color illustrations, and special turning techniques seldom covered in one volume, including chucking, turning spindles, drilling, forming round objects, and multiaxis turning. If you're looking to elevate your woodturning knowledge and talents, this is the book.

Woodturning Techniques

Author : Mike Darlow
ISBN : 1565231481
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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The medieval art of woodturning, common in England, has recently caught the attention of the rest of the woodworking world. Moving beyond the staple table legs and banister rungs, this detailed tutorial shows how to shape bowls, vases, and other works of art. Close-up photography and detailed diagrams enhance in-depth explanations of each technique, including gluing, spindle turning, cupchucking, threading, turning, and finishing. The historical background of the art is covered and attention is given to historic techniques, as well as more recent methods.

Woodturning Techniques Furniture Cabinetmaking

Author : Mike Dunbar
ISBN : 9781440349577
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Create your own turned furniture elements! Woodturning is a subject many furniture makers shy away from, opting for factory-turned furniture parts. But investing in a lathe and a modest collection of turning tools can open up a wide array of options. Turned legs, spindles, rails, knobs and pulls adorn such classic furniture styles as Sheraton, Chippendale and Shaker. Learning to turn your own furniture elements gives you the keys to the kingdom when it comes to period style--and it's not as difficult as you might think. This book by award-winning furniture maker Mike Dunbar gives you a complete course on turning furniture parts. You'll learn how to create chair and table legs, staircase balusters, bedposts, rails and stiles--even if you've never worked on a lathe before. Essential techniques covered include spindle turning, duplication, reeding, fluting and spiral turning. In addition you'll learn: The ins and outs of lathe operation, maintenance and safety Which tools you should invest in and which ones you can take a pass on Proper tool sharpening and honing procedures Woodturning techniques such as creating beads, coves, urns and vases How to turn duplicates And much more! Previously published as "Woodturning for Cabinetmakers," this reissue of a woodworking classic gives you the skills you need to turn your back on inferior factory-made components and turn your own parts that you can be proud of.

Alan Lacer S Woodturning Projects Techniques

Author : Alan Lacer
ISBN : 9781440341076
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Selected from more than 15 years of articles from one of the country's top turners, Alan Lacer's Woodturning Projects & Techniques has everything you need to learn to turn and take your lathe skills to the next level. This book includes an in-depth look at techniques, tools and chucks that will help perfect your core turning skills. You'll learn the right tools to use, how to handle them safely and how to maintain them. Lacer's expert instruction helps you master the bowl gouge, the spindle-roughing gouge, the skew and other essential turning tools. You'll also gain insight into finishing techniques, French polishing and working with spalted wood. Once you’ve sharpened your skills with the Tools & Techniques section, put your new knowledge to the test with 20 beautiful projects covering a wide range of turned forms and turning techniques. Sharpen your end-grain hollowing skills by turning a lovely wine goblet Practice turning spheres by creating your own bocce ball lawn game Gain insight into making multiples by turning matching table legs Turn a table lamp to practice flowing contours Learn how to work with green wood by making a natural-edge bowl And much more! Complete with expert instruction, step-by-step photos, guides to sources and materials and tips for avoiding common pitfalls, this book is sure to help you improve your turning craft – and make some stunning pieces in the process.

Contemporary Woodturning

Author : Nick Arnull
ISBN : 1861088736
Genre : Woodwork
File Size : 43. 90 MB
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Contemporary Woodturning is a clearly illustrated practical guide to woodturning aimed at woodworkers at all skill levels: a one-stop solution for experienced turners and novices alike. This book will guide you through the various health and safety issues, the tools and equipment needed to get the best out of your woodturning, mastering the basic techniques and how to add decorative features. Nick Arnull guides his readers through these complex techniques in a logical step-by-step manner and with a clarity that comes from many years of professional woodturning experience. He also illustrates how to use highly original decorative methods and artistic skills to complete the finished projects. Each project includes easy-to-follow instructions and detailed photography to inspire you to take what you have learnt and apply these skills to your own work. Whether you are a seasoned turner or have no prior experience at all, you will find a wealth of inspiration in these pages. AUTHOR: Professional woodturner, author and demonstrator Nick Arnull produces decorative turned wood art and batches of turned spindles for furniture makers, cabinetmakers, joiners and builders. He has demonstrated at symposiums all over the world including the Utah Woodturning Symposium in 2006. He has had a published article in the American Woodturner Journal of the American Association of Woodturners in 2008, and regularly contributes to Woodturning magazine. Also available: The Art of Fine Woodturning 9781402757204

New Masters Of Woodturning

Author : Kevin Wallace
ISBN : 9781607650973
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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MEET THIRTY-ONE CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES OF A CLASSIC CRAFT.They are from different parts of the world but share a common passion: turning wood into sculptural forms of self-expression. You'll see each artist at work--in their studios, homes, and at the lathe--and discover why their stunning work is considered to be preeminent in the respective fields of woodtruning and modern art. A gallery of beautiful photographs is included. New Masters of Woodturning looks beyond the surface of the wood and into the vision and mind of the artist, providing insights that offer a captivating and important perspective of turn-of-the-century art and craft.

Woodturning Chessmen

Author : Mike Darlow
ISBN : 1565233735
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 41. 96 MB
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An invaluable resource for craftsmen, collectors and chess enthusiasts! Includes a history of chess pieces, the importance of the symbols used by chessmen, how to design and add carved details to chess pieces.

A Helpful Guide To Wood Turning With Information On Methods And Tools

Author : Anon
ISBN : 9781447446743
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 43. 57 MB
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This book covers vintage hints and tips on wood turning in the workshop. With information on methods, tools and general maintenance. The content has been carefully selected for its interest and relevance to a modern audience.

Lathes And Turning Techniques

Author : Fine Woodworking
ISBN : 156158021X
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 72. 77 MB
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This book presents the work of Americas most clever woodworkers. They have found many new ways to guide old tools, and in the process solved a wide range of common shop problems for the rest of us. You will find almost 40 jigs here and endless ideas for adapting them to your own shop and projects.

The Fundamentals Of Woodturning

Author : Mike Darlow
ISBN : 1565231783
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 73. 46 MB
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Expertly guides the novice and the more experienced turner step-by-step through 15 graded exercises and projects.

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