Pen Turning on the Cheap Sam Angelo the Wyomingwoodturning

Sam goes through the process of turning a pen without expensive accessories. He uses hand tools, drill press and hand made accessories to make and assemble pens without “store bought” tools. Video links: Turning a pen with No Bushings:Link https://goo.gl/dtEohb Pen turning playlist: https://goo.gl/xBLH9W Please find my work on the following sites wyomingwoodturner http://www.wyomingwoodturner.com Sam’s […]

From Nature to Culture Woodturning with Sam Angelo

Sam begins this project by milling a small log with a froe. Continuing, he turns a small lidded box. Merry Christmas 2018……Sam and Coco Please find my work on the following sites http://www.wyomingwoodturner.com Sam’s Artwork at samangelo.com http://www.samangelo.com/1/index.php/home/art-by-sam Ron Brown’s Tools and Accessories http://www.samangelo.com/1/index.php/home/tools-and-supplies ETSY https://www.etsy.com/shop/wyomingwoodturnercom From Nature to Culture Woodturning with Sam Angelo

Scroll Chucks and Jaws for Woodturning by Sam Angelo

In this tutorial Sam discuses important factors in the selection of scroll chucks and jaws. His collection of scroll chucks spans tenon sizes from 3/8″ to 5 1/2″ as well as many profiles for various projects. Scroll Chucks and Jaws for Woodturning by Sam Angelo

Light bulb kiln for Drying Wood: (update) woodturning with Sam Angelo

Sam covers the basic components of his small “lightbulb” drying kiln. It is a simple, safe, but a slow method for drying small rough-turned wooden items. This is an update of the kiln video he did 5 years ago. Light bulb kiln for Drying Wood: (update) woodturning with Sam Angelo

Embellished Bowl—Part 2, the Inside– Sam Angelo wyomingwoodturner

Part 2 Nick Agar style bowl In Part 1 Sam decorated a Box Elder Bowl with Robert Sorby texturing tools and also used other techniques which included applying gilt cream. Part 2 will continue with embellishments on the inside of the bowl which include more texturing and airbrushing. http://wyomingwoodturner.com/ http://www.samangelo.com/welcome/internet.html https://www.etsy.com/shop/wyomingwoodturnercom Ron Brown’s tools and […]

Turning what you cannot see! Woodturning with Sam Angelo

In this video Sam covers some options for dealing with end grain or closed forms where it is not easy to see what you are turning. This is a safety issue as well as simply being able to turn comfortably.. Samangelo.com Ron Brown’s Lath accessories https://goo.gl/ZLHUDE Please find my work on these sites: www.wyomingwoodturner.com www.samangelo.com […]

Turning what you cannot see! Woodturning with Sam Angelo

In this video Sam covers some options for dealing with end grain or closed forms where it is not easy to see what you are turning. This is a safety issue as well as simply being able to turn comfortably.. Samangelo.com Ron Brown’s Lath accessories https://goo.gl/ZLHUDE Please find my work on these sites: www.wyomingwoodturner.com www.samangelo.com […]

Notes from the WyomingWoodturner AUGUST 2018 with Sam Angelo

In the 2018 August addition to “notes” Sam will give information on Doug Schneiter and his Basket Illusion pieces. (more links below on classes he offers and his indexing wheel) Sanding and turning safely in reverse are important topics Sam will also cover. Doug’s Classes at the Loveland Woodcraft Store….. e-mail dougschneiter@gmail.com https://www.woodcraft.com/stores/loveland/classes Doug’s work […]

Casting Resin: failure and success-woodturning with Sam angelo

Sam experiments with casting resin using two approaches. Both are successful but only one matches his initial expectations. Much is covered in this video about casting and adding color. Sometimes learning what NOT to do is very important. If you are interested in Ron Brown’s lathe accessories visit- https://goo.gl/gMXY21 Please find my work on these […]