Woodturning, Scrolling, and Carving
Let your lathe skills blossom by trying involuted or “inside-out” turning.
Whether you're new to the scrollsaw or just need a refresher course, WOOD magazine's Craig Ruegsegge
Let's start with the basics.
Before I turn a few vases from some prized—and pricey—wood, I’d like to experiment with designs on prototypes. Can I turn these prototypes from less-expensive, glued-up MDF?
As a new woodturner, I’m looking for the best way to mount bowl blanks in my four-jaw chuck. I’m struggling with cutting perfectly matching dovetailed recesses with my bowl gouge. Can you help?
What's the difference between files, rasps, and rifflers? Can you describe the best applications for each of these hand tools, and how to use them? Do I need all three in my shop?