How to Turn a Pen

In this pen turning tutorial, learn how to turn a slimline pen. Pen making is an exciting hobby that's fun, rewarding and able to...

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 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...

Comparing Drill Chucks

What is a drill chuck? How is it used? What are the different types and which one is best for you? Find out as we take...

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...

Choosing the Right Pepper Mill

Pepper mills are very popular woodturning project, but the many styles of mills can be confusing. In this video, we explain the features and benefits...

Threading Wood and Acrylics

Many of the project kits we sell feature threaded hardware, which allows you quickly remove the blank before washing. In this video we'll show you how...

Turning A Bottle Stopper

Bottle stopper kits come in a variety of shapes and styles, and all turn very easily. Most of these bottle stoppers are turned using just a...

Woodturning Smocks

Mike shows off the features we've included in our smocks after years of testing, and why he never turns without one. Shop smocks

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...

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