Selecting the Right Abrasives

Quality abrasives and patience are essential to a great woodturning finish. Here you'll find everything you need for sanding and polishing from top quality...

Turning a Honey Dipper

This simple yet functional woodturning project is easy to turn and is also easy on the budget. A simple idea that can be turned...

Turning a Bat House Ornament

Turning a bat house ornament is a fun and unique intermediate project that's sure to be enjoyed by all your spooky guests. Featuring a...

Wood Stabilizing

As woodturners, we tend to hold on to every last scrap of wood in the shop.  Often times, we find a beautiful piece of...

Turning a Light Bulb Ornament

This Christmas Light Bulb Ornament is a quick and easy project that you can make with figured scrap pieces of wood lying around your...

Spindle Roughing Gouge Safety

Spindle Roughing Gouges are designed to take square spindle stock down to round and should never be used for roughing bowls. Using a roughing...

Carbide Tools 101

With Carbide tipped tools taking the woodturning industry by storm, we're often asked to explain the differences between Nano-Carbide and common Carbide cutters.  Let's...

Turning an Insert-Style Game Call

Insert-Style Game Calls are used by many of today’s professional guides and serious hunters. They’re functional, durable and can be turned in a variety...

Turning and Finishing Acrylics

Plastic pen blanks have become extremely popular with pen turners.  The wide variety of colors and patterns and the ability to produce a high-gloss,...

Turning a Crushgrind Mill

Crushgrind Mills are one of our most popular kitchenware projects.  They allow you to grind pepper, salt and dry spices.  You can adjust the...