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Alright It’s Fall

Fall is here in full force, 4″ of rain during the past couple of days. This is the time of the year when most of the outdoor stuff and honey dos are done and I can return to my wood shop for the winter. I have a large supply of fire wood for the stove and many projects planned.

A Turning Project

If you’ve been planning on experimenting with using several species of wood glued together to form a pattern as one of your many projects, here are a few tips and hints on doing just that. If you’re serious about your woodworking hobby, then you’ve probably Googled the subject and seen images of all of the amazing things that other people who love to craft stuff from wood have made using this particular woodworking method. Some of them are quite amazing and your project can be, too!

Woodturning A Wooden Bowl

It is always fun for any wood turner to turn logs of wood from their own environment into a good rich, looking usable utensils or into various forms of art that easily shows the turner’s skill. Some of those woodturning projects are considered difficult, include turning wood bowls. Successful creation of these bowls requires a lot of attention to details. I usually craft bowls as my hobby, utilizing many different species of trees and grain patterns as I can find.

What Is the Difference Between Centerless Grinding and Centered Grinding?

When it comes to using a power sander, it is vital to know what you are doing. One of the most common questions asked among woodworking enthusiasts in regards to power sanders has to do with centerless and centered grinding. Learn about it here!

Turning A Wooden Mallet

A mallet is one of the small items that virtually every person or family needs. However, not many people realize that they need a mallet until there’s some work that needs to be done and it is required.

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