Overhauling a Few of my Shop Assistants
By Curtis Turner
Round Rock, TX
I finally decided to make good on my promise to upgrade a few of my shop-made tools. These are
trusty shop assistants that I have used for years. I never think about them -- until I need them.
They were made quickly, from whatever material was available at the time. Every time I use one, I
think to myself, "I can make something better than that."
For this monthly column, we invite you to
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of your woodturning projects along with captions and a brief history and description
of your woodturning. (Email photos at 800x600 resolution.) Receive a $50 store credit if we show
your turning in a future issue.
This month we are featuring the fascinating turnings of Michelle Richards,
who is trying some new techniques she has developed to create some truly jaw-dropping woodturnings.
a look at some of her amazing pieces:
Oneway Wolverine Jig:
The Turner's Choice
There are reasons why the Wolverine Jig
paired with its optional Vari-Grind attachment for gouges and a slow-speed
bench grinder has become the sharpening system of choice
for many woodturners, both beginner and highly experienced.
What are those reasons?
Hardware Parts Kit to build a homemade Mini-Texturing Tool:
A fun and useful project
Our hardware parts kit and simple instructions make it both fun and
easy to create your own mini-texturing tool for adding exquisite decorative details to your woodturning projects.
CLICK HERE for more info:
New Blog Entry:
Follow Up on Easy Wood Tools