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Steady Rest Illustrations by Mike Del Rizzo Steadyrest ExplodedIllustrations continue at end of article To achieve the very best results in your turning, vibration must be kept to a minimum.Vibration is problematic for any turning, but it is particularly problematic when turning long spindles, or hollowing out deep vessels.

To reduce vibration, you can build a support to hold the work you are turning.A steady rest is just such a support.It is an excellent accessory for reducing stock vibration.Extend the wheels all the way out, and you can support the outside of a vessel as large as 11" in diameter.

Turn the top wheel to face in the opposite direction, and you can support a spindle as small as ¼" diameter.There are several steady rests available commercially, but I like to make my own.Begin by making the three sliders.

Cut them to finished size from a piece of maple (or similar hardwood).Put them aside for later use.Next, make two identical rings (see illustration), using good quality plywood, Baltic birch or 'medium density overlay'.

Mark the entire layout on one piece of ¾" x 20" x 17" material.Make sure you include the 1" cut-out for the slider slot on your...

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Turning Jig Magazine 150 x 100

Turning Jig

Steady Rest Illustrations by Mike Del Rizzo Steadyrest ExplodedIllustrations continue at end of article To achieve the very best results in your turning, vibration must be kept to a minimum.Vibration is problematic for any turning, but it is particularly problematic when turning long spindles, or hollowing out deep vessels.To reduce ... Turning jig is post about Magazine bookmarked by lester with ID 12596193246 was uploaded on 05-01-2019 and has been viewed 260,684 times.

Turning Jig The First Thing That Many Woodturners Do When Seeing A New Bowl Or Hollow Form Is To Pick It Up And Look At The Bottom Magazine 150 x 100

Turning Jig The First Thing That Many Woodturners Do When ...

Doughnut Chuck The reasons for doing this are to see the artist's signature and to see that the bottom is appropriately finished.For many years, an unturned bottom has been regarded as unacceptable.Thus, one of the important steps in turning is to turn to the bottom.There are several methods to hold ... Turning jig the first thing that many woodturners do when seeing a new bowl or hollow form is to pick it up and look at the bottom is post about Magazine bookmarked by miguel with ID 12107118149 was uploaded on 23-04-2019 and has been viewed 44,965 times.

Turning Jig At First Thought Accurately Making Segments For A Turned Segmented Bowl Seems Like A Tedious And Painful Task That S Not The Case Because A Special Mitre Sled Simplifies Cutting The Parts While Some Standard Supplies And A Simple Approach Are All You Need To Get The Bowl Blank Assembled And Ready For Turning Magazine 150 x 100

Turning Jig At First Thought Accurately Making Segments For A ...

Preparing a Blank for Segmented Turning Photos by Mike Jones I have tried just about every method to create segments using mitre saws and disc sanders.Now that I've figured out how to create a proper mitre sled for my table saw, I won't fiddle with any of that stuff anymore.It ... Turning jig at first thought accurately making segments for a turned segmented bowl seems like a tedious and painful task that s not the case because a special mitre sled simplifies cutting the parts while some standard supplies and a simple approach are all you need to get the bowl blank assembled and ready for turning is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by armando with ID 1895385603 was uploaded on 25-02-2019 and has been viewed 47,284 times.

The Learning Curve Turning For Furniture Makers Turning 150 x 100
The Learning Curve Turning For Furniture Makers

Turning is a skill that many woodworkers avoid learning.For some, it's a rabbit hole they'd rather not go down.One day you're turning a Shaker pull for a cabinet, the next day your tablesaw is buried under a pile of bowl blanks, and soon you find you haven't cut a flat ... The learning curve turning for furniture makers is post about Turning bookmarked by angel with ID 13351007555 was uploaded on 14-02-2019 and has been viewed 53,658 times.

Size Turnings With A Gate Jig Turning 150 x 100
Size Turnings With A Gate Jig

In 'Shaker Side Table' in FWW #239, Christian Becksvoort used a 'gate jig' to size elements on the pedestal.Is it better than using a parting tool and a pair of calipers? Size turnings with a gate jig is post about Turning bookmarked by stephen with ID 13111212770 was uploaded on 31-03-2019 and has been viewed 222,876 times.

Turning Furniture Parts Part 2 Turning 150 x 100

Turning Furniture Parts Part 2

Synopsis: In Part 2 of Peter Galbert's series on turning, learn the subtleties involved in planing a smooth surface, plus cutting the precise notches, beads, and coves seen in traditional furniture parts.Master these cuts in practice and real furniture spindles will be a breeze.Galbert demonstrates some techniques that the usual ... Turning furniture parts part 2 is post about Turning bookmarked by william with ID 14217641430 was uploaded on 25-01-2019 and has been viewed 240,482 times.

Segmented Turning Blanks On A Disc Sander Turning 150 x 100

Segmented Turning Blanks On A Disc Sander

I like to turn bowls from ring assemblies that have been laminated from segmented blanks.The problem with building ring assemblies is that any minor discrepancy in the bevel angle or the size of each segment will accumulate into a large gap when you glue them all together.To avoid that problem, ... Segmented turning blanks on a disc sander is article about Turning bookmarked by everett with ID 1256308157 was uploaded on 20-01-2019 and has been viewed 107,953 times.

Two Methods For Turning Duplicates Turning 150 x 100

Two Methods For Turning Duplicates

Turning copies of a spindle on a hand lathe can be tedious work.Templates, gauges and other gadgets help but don't substantially increase speed and accuracy.In contrast, this method, which uses the bandsaw, is the best turning aid I've found yet.On one face of the square stock, mark out with a ... Two methods for turning duplicates is article about Turning bookmarked by hector with ID 12271368048 was uploaded on 20-01-2019 and has been viewed 341,738 times.

Faceplate Turning Is Fun Turning 150 x 100

Faceplate Turning Is Fun

Synopsis: If your wood turning has been confined to knobs and legs, it's time to branch out and start having some fun with your lathe.Try faceplate turning, the art of transforming a chunk of log or a block of wood into a stand-alone, artistic piece.Learn the basic sequence for turning ... Faceplate turning is fun is post about Turning bookmarked by victor with ID 13902488215 was uploaded on 23-03-2019 and has been viewed 168,337 times.

No Fuss Jig Dials In Caliper Settings While Turning Woodworking Jigs 150 x 100
No Fuss Jig Dials In Caliper Settings While Turning

Any turner will tell you that turning a spindle requires lots of caliper settings.To ease this process, I came up with this double-duty V-gauge No fuss jig dials in caliper settings while turning is post about Woodworking Jigs bookmarked by luis with ID 13548900368 was uploaded on 16-03-2019 and has been viewed 138,739 times.

A Jig For Rounding Turning Squares Workshop And Jig Plans 150 x 100
A Jig For Rounding Turning Squares

Before turning narrow pieces, such as chess pieces or dowels, between centers, it's easier on the workpiece (and the woodworker) to knock off the four corners, making the square spindle into an octagon.This simple guide clamps to your bandsaw table to do the job.—Franklin Zia and Arthur Mendel, Richmond, Calif.If ... A jig for rounding turning squares is article about Workshop And Jig Plans bookmarked by raul with ID 12680703149 was uploaded on 14-03-2019 and has been viewed 370,448 times.