I am making three identical parts for an old wall clock. It is painstaking work but I have reminded myself of this classical wood turning technique of cylindrical objects. The piece is small – 80mm long, 50 mm in the
This is another plum bowl with a natural edge. This time I was very particular abut the thickness of the wall which is about 1 cm. Turning bark and bask requires a careful approach to avoid damaging them for obvious reasons. Therefore ...
The wood is quite soft. I used Brother System 2 to do the interior and Ellsworth gauge to cut the exterior. The texture looks quite ordinary, but the embedded bark makes an interesting design. I wonder how it all will
A friend of mine has designed and made this steady rest which will handle the diameter of 2 – 27 cm. The steady rest is used to prevent vibration of long pieces of wood while turning or allows to hollow