A Ready-to-Use Longworth Chuck for your Lathe!
Those interested in a Longworth chuck for their lathe
would usually have to find a set of plans and try to build their own from scratch. Now you can get
this high-quality, ready to use Longworth Chuck fashioned from durable phenolic resin. The accurate
CNC machining of this chuck ensures the phenolic disc plates rotate smoothly for adjusting the
clamping diameter of the chuck.
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Bodger Set of 6 Turning Tools: Rugged and Affordable
Whether you are a beginning woodturner or a seasoned
pro, our new Bodger turning tools offer a very affordable, high–quality alternative to British
turning tools. Made from high–speed steel, these rugged tools are quite tough with a Rockwell
hardness of Rc 60.
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This month we are featuring Johnny Taylor's impressively detailed woodturnings.
After looking at the stunning artistry of Johnny's works, we were amazed to learn that he has only
been turning for three years.
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Bandsaw Cutoffs: An Unsafe Distraction?
How do you handle all those cutoff pieces from the bandsaw when preparing stock for your
projects? There always seems to be a lot of leftover material you could use for smaller projects in
the future. What you don't want to have happen is that you start looking at and wondering about the
cutoffs while you are still cutting for your present project. It's just not safe.
Here's how Phil
deals with this unsafe distraction: