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...

How to Apply a Waterlox Finish

In this woodturning tutorial, learn how to apply a waterlox finish on your woodturning projects. Waterlox is a durable tung oil based finish for...

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 a Wooden Platter with Glenn Lucas

This is a short video from our friend Glenn Lucas showing the process of making a simple wooden platter. Filmed at his workshop in...

The Basic Box with Ray Key

Ray covers selection of stock, safety, tool modification, chucking options, sanding and finishing.  Also included is Key's method of re-chucking and finishing the base. Click...

How to Maintain Your Lathe

In this woodturning tutorial, let us show you how to maintain your wood lathe. If you follow these simple, yet important steps, turning will...

Power Sanding

Power sanding is a fast and easy way to prepare your woodturnings for a final finish. Power sanding cuts down on time spent sanding...

Turning a Capsule Box

Inspired by Ray Key's most popular box style, the beauty of the Capsule Box lies in it's simplicity and the way it feels in...

Turning a Natural Edge Bowl

Note: The piece shown in this Inspiration Series video was made of Silver Maple. A natural edge bowl is one where the rim of the...

Turning a Utility Platter

Utility platters are one of our favorite turning projects.  You can store fruit in them on your kitchen table as a decorative touch, or...