Woodturner's 3/8" Bandsaw Blade
Our 3/8" wide WoodTurner's Bandsaw Blade, with
3 TPI, alternate set with raker tooth pattern and stout band thickness of .032", is the blade
you are looking for if you want to create bowl blanks from green wood on the bandsaw. The
significant tooth set of this blade provides ample room to keep the blade moving through dripping
wet, kerf-closing, growth-tensioned logs.
CLICK HERE for more details on this workhorse blade:
General Finishes Wood Turner's Finish
General Finishes’ Wood Turner’s Finish is a non-toxic
water/oil urethane hybrid. It is designed for use on bottle stoppers, salad bowls and other
woodturnings. It produces a rich amber tone and dries to recoat in minutes. It can be applied with
brush, rag or sprayed and it dries in minutes for re-coating. Available in 8oz and pint sizes.
CLICK HERE for more info and an informative video:
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This month we are featuring some of the turning work of John Beaver, including
several bowls with techniques that may make you wonder "how did he do that?"
Take a look at John's
Using a Scraper for Woodturning
I want to share with you some of the techniques for using the scraper I've learned over the years.
First, it needs to be said that there is nothing wrong with using scrapers. Scrapers are just as
effective as any other turning tool and like any turning tool, there are techniques to learn in order
to get the most out of your scraper use.
Read Phil's tips on how to
best use a scraper in your own woodturning HERE: