Glacier Woodturners

Woodturning


Last additions - The making of an Urn
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686 viewsA delicate touch is needed here. Remove all excess leaving just a nub. That will be removed by hand.Jan 13, 2012
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650 viewsreverse on jam chuck and turn away excess and form the foot. The vessel can be sanded now. After it dries, more hand sanding will be required.Jan 13, 2012
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686 viewscheck the fit of the female ring, epoxy in place.Jan 13, 2012
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662 viewsBoth pieces trimmed to length and ready.Jan 13, 2012
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695 viewsFemale fitting has been reversed and ready to have excess removed.Jan 13, 2012
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735 viewsExcess has been removed from the male part.Jan 13, 2012
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674 viewsSecure the female fitting in the chuck to hold the male fitting for trimming.Jan 13, 2012
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728 viewsI use common PVC fittings for making my threads.Jan 13, 2012
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750 viewsLazer on tip. Would normally be positioned the wall thickness away from cutter.Jan 13, 2012
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728 viewsLazer showing position of cutting tip.Jan 13, 2012
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770 viewsHollowing system in place.Jan 13, 2012
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681 viewsEven if I have to leave for a few minutes, the piece is covered in plastic to retard drying.Jan 13, 2012
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