Storing and Turning Unseasoned Wood

Improper storage of wood blanks can cost you hundreds of dollars.  Learn how to properly store and turn unseasoned wood with this woodturning article...

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...

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 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...

Toxic Woods

This list is a compilation of woods that may cause a mild to severe allergic reaction depending on the individual. Toxic woods are not...

Turning a Square Sided Bottle Stopper

Learn how to turn a bottle stopper with square sides using standard bottle stopper kits. Prepare the blank Choose a suitable hardwood blank that is 1-1/2" x 1-1/2"...

Shear Scraping with the Crown Negative Rake Shear Scraper

As a woodturner, the last thing you want to see when your lathe comes to a stop is an area with torn grain.  It’s...

Turning an Artisan Comfort Ring

Almost everyone owns a ring, but seeing one made from wood is rarity that gets a lot of attention. These ring cores are made...

Woodturning Chucks

Buying the right chuck can seem confusing at first. However, because all chucks perform the same function and operate in a similar manner, choosing...

Turning a Jack-O’-Lantern Tea Light

Turning a Jack-O'-Lantern Tea Light is a fun and simple project you can make to add a spooky glow to your home during halloween. Prepare...

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