I just joined the routerforum. I love woodworking and want to make the most of my router and other tools. One thing I enjoy about woodworking is building jigs. I plan to build a jig to turn logs into 10" and 12" rounds using my router. Does anyone have information on building a jig that will...
Hello all my name is Robert I run a small cabinet shop near Orillia Ontario. I specialize in custom furniture and lathe turning. I also turn some bowls for fun. If you ever have any questions feel free to email.
Robert Reid (Robert's Touch of Wood):)
I have a router lathe which does not have gears.
The screw facility is provided by cable.
See pics attached, including the type of work I do with it.
My lathe is a commercially available unit, purchased in Australia, brand name unknown.
The indexing chuck has 36 holes offering 10degree...
I'm Jim from Arizona. I enjoy numerous aspects of woodworking. I found you when searching for a jig to cut spirals in some spindles I'm turning for an old house my son is restoring. Browsing here has helped me build a jig that will do what I need to do for this project.
Now that I...
Have some decent apple wood to work with, limbs cut and ends sealed. Any advice on turning or routing with apple wood? I like making small wooden clock faces and may try a few with small support bases as well.
When I look at the paragraph, "Title", I feel intimidated as the word "Instructor" implies a degree of professionalism, competence and perfection which I simply do not possess. I am retired now and had to do something so I picked on something which I had sort of "played with" from time to time...
Hi there, I am a 73 year young avid hobby woodworker and looking forward to what I can learn in this forum and where I can help others from my experience. Very keen on turning, routing, and scroll sawing