A quick video showing how my CNC lathe turns a handle for a penny farthing bike.
I recycle an old, weathered fencepost by stabilizing it in clear epoxy resin and then turning it into a pepper grinder. The resin used is Solid Solutions 606.
I show how I made a bowl that uses polyurethane resin, solid timber and swarf (timber shavings).
The Solid Cast 660 polyurethane resin was purchased from: www.solidsolutions.com.au They offer free shipping for orders over $100 but only in Australia. If you do order something through Solid Solutions please mention my name.
An explanation of what the Negative Rake Scraper is and how it is used on bowls and spindles.
Have you tried to fold your bandsaw blades and failed? Have you wondered how it is done? I taught Matt how to do it and now he shows you.
I was given a huge Redgum that had fallen in a paddock. This is the full story of how we loaded the logs onto the tray of a truck to transport them to a mill. There is also footage of the logs being sawn at the mill and the final stack of timber.
This is a simple but effective method I use to mark a specific diameter onto a turning project.
These are 6 simple texturing techniques you can use to enhance your next bowl. Some of them you will have never seen before.
Have you ever turned through the bottom of a bowl? Well here’s a simple technique to help eliminate that mistake in the future.
I look at the question: at what speed should I turn?