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Rims, lips, chucks, jaws, and more!
Time in the shop is a great way to escape, create, explore, and relax. And, it’s been the perfect way to fill the gaps in long days of self-isolation and social distancing. While many communities are taking steps to return to some form of normalcy, it’s still a great time to experiment with a new technique, organize your shop, or perform equipment maintenance. Today’s picks include information to help you look at...
Sanding Techniques and Tips
We all know proper sanding is an essential step in making a turned piece look amazing. Often woodturners spend a considerable amount of time selecting the wood and getting the shape just right. Yet, when it comes to sanding, some get impatient and skimp on this critical finishing step. A good sanding job will not be noticed – while a poor sanding job may be noticed more than anything else.
This week’s picks are sanding...
Turnings of the Week
These Turnings of the Week are not examples of items for the garden, yard, or outdoor spaces - but they certainly are stunning.
Milk paint, flaxseed oil
10-3/4 x 5"
See more woodturned work!
More inspiration can be found in the Maker Photo Gallery on the AAW website. Click here to view the Maker...