Turned Gift Project Turn This Heirloom Quality Christmas Ornament For Someone Special On Your List This Year
Turned gift project turn this heirloom quality christmas ornament for someone special on your list this year is article about Magazine bookmarked by kenneth with ID 11462019157 was uploaded on 03-04-2019 and has been viewed 10,899 times.
Christmas Ornament Lead Photo by Vic Tesolin; All others by Allan Cusworth Tools and Supplies · Four-jaw chuck· 25mm (1") jaws· 50mm (2" jaws)· Woodworm screw· Tailstock live center· 1/2" spindle gouge· 1/4" spindle gouge· 1/2" bowl gouge· 3/16" diamond parting tool· 1/16" narrow parting tool· 3/4" skew· Swan-neck hollowing tool· Calipers· Jacobs chuck· 7/8" Forstner bit· Depth measuring jig· Sanding media· Wipe-on polyurethane finish· Paper towelsThere are many ways to hold and turn a blank like this in the lathe.
I prefer to use a four-jaw chuck.Some of the dimensions shown are for a Teknatool Supernova chuck, so if your chuck is a different make it will probably require different measurements.If you prefer to use different chucks or tools, that's okay.
However, those listed above are the tools that I used.Christmas ornaments made of wood have traditionally been considered treasures that are passed down from generation to generation and they often occupy a very special place on the Christmas tree each year.
This project will allow a woodturning enthusiast to become immortal! Well, okay, maybe I am stretching things just a little, but I predict that your creation will certainly attract a lot of attention.Turning Christmas ornaments has always fascinated...