Have you tried to fold your bandsaw blades and failed? Have you wondered how it is done? I taught Matt how to do it and now he shows you.
I was given a huge Redgum that had fallen in a paddock. This is the full story of how we loaded the logs onto the tray of a truck to transport them to a mill. There is also footage of the logs being sawn at the mill and the final stack of timber.
This is a simple but effective method I use to mark a specific diameter onto a turning project.
This is the final part in this series of making a Crushgrind grinder. In this video I look at making the knob. Most tools used to make this grinder can be found in my store.
The Crushgrind grinder project continues. Part 2 looks at the shaping of the base.
This video looks at the making of a grinder that takes the Crushgrind mechanism. It has been broken up into 3 parts and in Part 1, I show how to prepare the blank and drill the appropriate holes.
This is my last chance to thank all my subscribers for your support in 2014. I’m off on a holiday and will be back early next year.
These are 6 simple texturing techniques you can use to enhance your next bowl. Some of them you will have never seen before.
2014 was the first year I started making videos under the “You Turn” name. Prior to that, I ran a You Tube channel under my own name for a number of years. Along the way, I’ve published around 60 videos about my wood turning.
As my You Tube subscriber count grows towards 10,000, it’s a good time to reflect on which videos are proving the most popular. Here’s a list of the 10 most popular videos from my You Tube channel. Read more