Our first reader response to last week's eZine was an answer to Rob's editorial, where he spoke about having the entire collection of Today's Woodworker magazine now available on CD. - Editor
New premium 4224B lathe capstones Powermatic's long history with woodturning.
Best Method for Sharpening Forstner Bits?
How Do I Prevent Redwood Ridges?
What is an Ellsworth Grind?
A curious thing happened to me about five years ago: I started to do woodturning for fun. In most of my other woodworking sojourns, I have worked hard to achieve mastery. As much as it surprises friends and family, I am something of a perfectionist in this one aspect of my life. Not so with woodturning.
If you're a woodturner, you've likely heard the name Ernie Conover.
Make matching spindles on almost any floor lathe with this duplicator attachment.
In this turning issue of the Woodworker's Journal eZine, we're bringing you a couple of discussions about facets of turning. The first deals with different approaches you can take to turning a burl with a crack in it. (The suggestions apply to burls of different woods -- we know that photo isn't oak.) - Editor