224 Wood-turning for beginners a *$155.00* Greek urn from a $0.10 log Part 2

224  Wood-turning for beginners a *5.00*  Greek urn from a .10 log Part 2
Australian Inventor Roger Clyde Webb demonstrates a Pacific Tooling Lathe Wood-turning for beginners a Greek urn part 2

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Disclaimer:
These videos are intended for entertainment and inspiration. Woodworking and metalworking is dangerous. Always seek professional advice and training before using any power tools or CNC machine. If you have any uncertainty before performing any DIY procedure, stop and learn a safer method. Understand that there are years of learning and experimentation by me that are not in the videos. Do not attempt anything simply because you saw it in one of my videos.

224 Wood-turning for beginners a *5.00* Greek urn from a .10 log Part 2

19 thoughts on “224 Wood-turning for beginners a *$155.00* Greek urn from a $0.10 log Part 2”

  1. When I was high school wood shop the defects that are in your finish product would have you fail the class……….the marble coloring is great but my shop teacher would have had you laminate the wood for a true whole finish project….. and if I walked to your retail shop whether on line or in person I would not pay you for any of the this kind of work regardless of how rare the type of wood……..this would be second… in separate bin in the back…. I understand you are using root balls, tree forks etc… for the marbling effect……..the wood is to gone…….

  2. Thanks for sharing. New subscriber. Seems like you are able to keep your work area relatively dust free considering. How do you do it? You might consider getting a better audio setup.

  3. i love the videos, would love to see more of the finished products, some close up shots at the end? keep up the good work

  4. Hi Roger, have you thought about using a bevel rubbing cut with your gouges and skew, you’ll get a better finish off the tool and less time with a scraper.

  5. Your videos are awesome, I wish I could buy those machines but I really don't see much information how to purchase

  6. Beautiful. The natural imperfections really mimic the kind of damage you might see on ancient Greek pottery in a museum. You couldn't emulate that so realistically if you tried.

  7. Love your work. Wish I could afford a bigger mill but my little tiny mill will have to work. I try to build everything you do but on a smaller scale. I've learned a lot and I'll keep on learning as much as I can. Thx

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