The current issue (March 2012, #237) of Woodturning Magazine has an article by Gabor Lacko on the use of resin for creating decoration on a double-skinned bowl. He turned a bowl and glued slices of yew branches to the outside of the bowl. He then filled all of the gaps between the yew slices with [...]
Have you noticed at our chapter meetings that a large percentage of our members are, well, mature. Not old, but a good number are eligible for membership in AARP. And how many of you turners didn’t start turning until the kids were already grown and thought to yourself “I wish I’d started turning when I [...]
The SPSW recently purchased a new lathe, a Powermatic 3520B. If you have been to recent meetings you will have seen it in action. This lathe is sold in Europe as the Jet 3520B.
As it turns out, Woodturning magazine has a recent review of this lathe on their website. If you are not up-to-date [...]
There are four woodturning magazines I am aware of: Fred Holder’s More Woodturning, Woodturning Design, The AAW’s American Woodturner and Woodturning out of the U.K.
Woodturning has several tutorials for different types of turning, tools, materials and interviews with Woodturners. They have been running a series on basic use of various woodturning tools so [...]
The club’s library resources have been added to our learning center menu. We have a fairly extensive collection of DVDs and books as well as a nearly complete collection of American Woodturner magazines (the official publication of the AAW) back to the first issue in December of 1996. In addition, we have many issues of [...]