Glacier Woodturners

Woodturning

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Busy turners329 viewsWe kept the lathes busy all day and entertained the public.
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Al makes the chips fly!327 viewsAl gives the students a good demonstration on how to make the chips fly while making a bowl.
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327 viewsBox Elder. Walnut Lid.
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326 viewsBox Elder. Walnut lid
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325 viewsEven if I have to leave for a few minutes, the piece is covered in plastic to retard drying.
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And the chips fly!324 viewsMaking the chips fly is always a crowd pleasing operation.
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322 viewsBox Elder. Art work by Lanie. Custom order for Canadian family.
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318 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.
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All levels displayed317 viewsThere was a wide variety of items on display. This shows the crowd other options to turn that might interest them.
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315 viewsUsing another female fitting secured in the chuck, remount the lid and clean up the nub and complete shaping. The lid can be sanded now.
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309 viewsThe lid had been parted off.
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Collaboration308 viewsA bit of time to collaborate on different methods and skills.
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