Woodturning a Special Project Part VIII-Coring Oregon White Oak

Woodturning a Special Project Part VIII-Coring Oregon White Oak
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Important Links:
Part I: Gathering Logs for a Special Project: https://youtu.be/HrUZsg7vXRA
Part II: Processing Logs for a Special Project: https://youtu.be/r80goLxhM84
Part III: Turning Bowls: https://youtu.be/iHpmEMA6NUM
Part IV: Turning and Coring Oregon White Oak: https://youtu.be/pEWScXtcivI
Part V: Woodturning California Black Oak: https://youtu.be/pg3VqN4jZu4
Part VI: Woodturning Oregon White Oak in Real Time: https://youtu.be/W6PYMOSRFr0
Part VII: Woodturning Oregon White Oak and Chainsaw Save!: https://youtu.be/I_3HRnhKlzQ

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Patent Doll by Freedom Trail Studio
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Vision by Silent Partner
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March On by Silent Partner

Woodturning a Special Project Part VIII-Coring Oregon White Oak

9 thoughts on “Woodturning a Special Project Part VIII-Coring Oregon White Oak”

  1. Hi Rick,
    What degree of angle/angles due you prefer or recommend on the NR scrapers.
    Thanks,
    Steve

  2. Are those slabs behind the headstock end of your lathe leaning against the wall. Those look pretty big. What are your plans for them?

  3. See . . . this is what I'm talking about. You don't get pure turning with such clear and concise explanations on very many channels. Excellent job Rick.

  4. I'm not a big fan of the natural edge, though your stuff is gorgeous, do you turn nat edge by preference or is it market demand?

  5. Hi Rick,
    I think this is the best video you've done so far!
    It's not easy to be an instructor on a subject your mastered because we tend to forget the basics that a viewer (student) may not know.
    Your time spent doing this for all of us is deeply appreciated,,,,,from the back of the class anyway!
    I have so many questions but I'll only ask one,,,,
    Will a negative rake scraper eliminate tear out better then a bowl scraper?
    Thanks for another great video,,,
    Tom

  6. Thanks again Rick for a excellent video and being educational and patient with newbies safe turnings

  7. Thanks, Rick, for the BG close-ups. It's apparent to me that I simply need more practice/experience. I'm still bogged down with "Project Peppermill", really looking forward to getting back to a few bowls!

  8. Is there a difference between Oregon white oak and regular white oak? Thanks, Larry

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