Wood Turning Demystified – Basic Educational Demonstration to Get You Turning

Wood Turning Demystified - Basic Educational Demonstration to Get You Turning
This is a basic overview of woodturning and it’s tool as it relates to other aspects in woodworking. In it I turn a project, start to finish (including finishing) in real time utilizing the roughing gouge, skew chisel, spindle gouge and bowl gouge while explaing how to use them and why they work. Knowledge from K-12 school, experience and common sense is referenced.

Wood Turning Demystified – Basic Educational Demonstration to Get You Turning

19 thoughts on “Wood Turning Demystified – Basic Educational Demonstration to Get You Turning”

  1. I give you a thumbs up for the $2.00 movie reference, it doesn't count much because I give all your videos a thumbs up just for the edu. aspect of them! LOL

  2. I just ordered my lathe and tools. I have spent the last week watching a ton of demonstrations. I am so happy I came across this one. Very well presented. It’s funny to me how many others were afraid of the skew tool and only used it for scraping. It was nice to see how well you demonstrated it.

  3. I just dug my great grandfather's lathe out and I think a mallet will be my first real project. Thanks for sharing your knowledge!!!

  4. Had my lathe for about 4 years and have only made a couple of handles.but many thanks to your video I will now be able to make more items with a lot more confidence.I liked and subscribed to your channel.I am using Matai a native New Zealand hard wood to make my Mallet.thanks for all the tips and tricks.they are all my tricks now👍🏽

  5. Loved this! The wife wants to learn how to turn and I only did this 40+ years ago, so you re-taught me! Thank you and am now a subscriber! You are funny as Hell too!

  6. Thank you. I loved wood turning in high school. Just spent 10 years building and setting up a little woodwork shop. Won't be long now and I will have a shinny new 60 year old Lathe.
    I like tools my own age. Thanks for the great video I learned a lot.

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