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 Calabash Bowl

A Calabash bowl features a round bottom and is typically turned from green wood so that it warps slightly, imitating traditional bowls made from...

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...

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...

Determining Safe Lathe Speeds

At what speed should I run my lathe? Have you ever found yourself asking that question? If so, you are not alone! Deciding how fast...

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 Wineglass Stemware

Hand-turned Stemware is a classy way to impress your guests at your next occasion. We offer a full range of glasses. The glass is...

Applying a Food-Safe Wood Finish with Mahoney’s Walnut Oil and Wax

For years now, Mahoney’s Utility Finish has been our go-to finish for salad bowls and wooden utensils. It’s made by professional woodturner Mike Mahoney. Mike...

Turning Deluxe Pepper & Salt Mills

One of my favorite turning projects is a set of pepper and salt mills. They look great on the table and they get used...

The Capsule Box with Ray Key

One of Ray Key's most popular boxes is the capsule box, shown in the video. The step-by-step sequence of turning a capsule box shows...