Woodturners Resource en-us http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost Tue, 24 Oct 2017 04:10:25 +0000 PhotoPost Pro 8.0 60 Tool Handles <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=7328&amp;title=tool-handles&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="P1010017.JPG" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/P1010017.JPG" alt="P1010017.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: Peter_Cribari<br /><br />Description}: Well they're not bowls (I'm not ready for these yet) but they're fun to make just the same. THese are a few of the assortments of tool handles that keep me busy.<br /><br />6 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=7328&title=tool-handles&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=7328&title=tool-handles&cat=502 Thu, 12 Mar 2009 23:28:52 +0000 Tool handles with copper ferrules <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=7055&amp;title=tool-handles-with-copper-ferrules&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="Picture_002.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/Picture_002.jpg" alt="Picture_002.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: Glyn Buckley<br /><br />Description}: A few of the tool handles I turned recently for my mini files. Made from 3/4&quot; White oak, sanding sealer, copper tubing ferrules. The top two have been patinaed with vinegar to achieve a different effect. The bottom two were sealed after polishing. Was a fun afternoon project.<br /><br />4 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=7055&title=tool-handles-with-copper-ferrules&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=7055&title=tool-handles-with-copper-ferrules&cat=502 Sat, 10 Jan 2009 19:03:37 +0000 Secret project <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=6250&amp;title=secret-project&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="DSC05699.JPG" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/DSC05699.JPG" alt="DSC05699.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: Philip Peak<br /><br />Description}: Now you know what I needed the 17/32&quot; drill bit for. Turns out it was still usta hair too small but, some 180 grit gouge around a dowel rod helped for just the mircon if an inch that was needed. IT didn't turn out just like IPlanned but then what ever does. What happened was I was given one of those screwdrivers that you can pull the haft out of the handle and each end has a removable tip with a cross tip and a flat blade on each end but of different sizes. Well, I broke the plastic handle doing something that I should not have been doing. I had seen ina mag somewhere that one of the supply companieswas selling screwdriver kits and it looked pretty much like what I had after I broke mine so I thought I would try and do a wood handle and here is what I got.<br /><br />3 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=6250&title=secret-project&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=6250&title=secret-project&cat=502 Thu, 10 Jul 2008 09:00:35 +0000 Special Lathe Stand <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=5644&amp;title=special-lathe-stand&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="Lathe_stand_001.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/Lathe_stand_001.jpg" alt="Lathe_stand_001.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: Mark Damron<br /><br />Description}: This is a very long story but I'll keep it short.Back in the fall a very close friend informed me about his father purchacing a Jet lathe and tools. 2 years ago his father was paralized when he fell off scaffolding helping Rick build his house. Rick asked if I could help get his dad started turning. Well, I knew I had some major ergonomic issues to work out and if I didn't get it right he could lose interest quickly. Rick brought him over this past weekend to try it out.I helped him rough turn and sand Canarywood and Ambrosia maple then added some Watco oil to see instant results.Rick said thats all he talks about now! I am currently shortening his tool handles and hopefully he will be turning soon.<br /><br />15 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=5644&title=special-lathe-stand&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=5644&title=special-lathe-stand&cat=502 Thu, 24 Jan 2008 22:15:36 +0000 homemade scraper <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=5543&amp;title=homemade-scraper&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="P1000024-1.JPG" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/P1000024-1.JPG" alt="P1000024-1.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: wheels4<br /><br />Description}: scraper I made today 1/2 x 1 x 6 HSS tooling acrap welder grade 8 bolt for tang osage ornange handle wish I would have made hoadle longer now that its epoxyed in and I could feel it<br /><br />2 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=5543&title=homemade-scraper&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=5543&title=homemade-scraper&cat=502 Thu, 03 Jan 2008 05:59:38 +0000 Longworth Chuck <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=5356&amp;title=longworth-chuck&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="Longworth_chuck.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/Longworth_chuck.jpg" alt="Longworth_chuck.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: Mark Damron<br /><br />Description}: I finally got around to making the Longworth chuck! I wanted to make one for my Delta Midi first to see how it would work. It is 9-1/2&quot; dia with 3/4&quot; mdf, 1/4&quot; baltic birch and Teknatool replacement rubber tips from Woodcraft Supply.I am impressed at how smooth and accurate it is. The only thing I have to add are the 4 finger holes to tighten.It is very easy to make and I plan on making one for the big lathe soon!<br /><br />11 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=5356&title=longworth-chuck&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=5356&title=longworth-chuck&cat=502 Sat, 03 Nov 2007 21:01:35 +0000 dc for the lathe <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=4810&amp;title=dc-for-the-lathe&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="DCforLathe_Small_.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/DCforLathe_Small_.jpg" alt="DCforLathe_Small_.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: grybeard<br /><br />Description}: found this pic of a dc hose setup for the lathe thought it might be a good idea for others. this guy set it up using the banjo with a dowel inserted to hold the pipe and then can move it close or farther away....just thought it was a unique idea. Bob<br /><br />2 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=4810&title=dc-for-the-lathe&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=4810&title=dc-for-the-lathe&cat=502 Tue, 03 Jul 2007 12:49:17 +0000 3/16'' X 12&quot; Bead <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=4646&amp;title=3-16-x-12-quot-bead&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="Bead_in_tube_2.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/Bead_in_tube_2.jpg" alt="Bead_in_tube_2.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: Mark Damron<br /><br />Description}: I was able to turn this long bead by feeding it into a brass tube. I made a 3/16&quot; beading tool from a file that cuts 3 beads per pass.<br /><br />4 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=4646&title=3-16-x-12-quot-bead&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=4646&title=3-16-x-12-quot-bead&cat=502 Wed, 23 May 2007 10:18:42 +0000 Donut Chuck <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=4411&amp;title=donut-chuck&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="15.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/15.jpg" alt="15.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: Chuck Beland<br /><br />Description}: From the excellent advise here. this is my donut chuck. I still have to add screws for added safety. This came out a lot better since I added the wood putty to the bottom of the nut before adding gorilla glue. Chuck<br /><br />2 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=4411&title=donut-chuck&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=4411&title=donut-chuck&cat=502 Wed, 18 Apr 2007 00:13:02 +0000 Donut Chuck <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=4409&amp;title=donut-chuck&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="23.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/23.jpg" alt="23.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: Chuck Beland<br /><br />Description}: From the excellent advise here. this is my donut chuck. I still have to add screws for added safety. This came out a lot better since I added the wood putty to the bottom of the nut before adding gorilla glue. Chuck http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=4409&title=donut-chuck&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=4409&title=donut-chuck&cat=502 Wed, 18 Apr 2007 00:11:19 +0000 Anyone need a new Lathe? <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=3398&amp;title=anyone-need-a-new-lathe&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="73Lathe.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/73Lathe.jpg" alt="73Lathe.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: JimQuarles<br /><br />Description}: It still gets used. It is in the carpentry shop at the Pioneer Village north of Phoenix. You just need to find a couple of suc- ahem, helpers to crank the wheel<br /><br />5 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=3398&title=anyone-need-a-new-lathe&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=3398&title=anyone-need-a-new-lathe&cat=502 Mon, 16 Oct 2006 18:34:54 +0000 Sled <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=3339&amp;title=sled&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="72sled.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/72sled.jpg" alt="72sled.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: SkyJ<br /><br />Description}: I laid out the angles on this sled, then divided each single degree into quarters and pierced the wood with the dividers. I then placed the magnifying crosshairs (?) from a table saw rail to be able to see those little dots!!My eyes are going fast. The piece of octagon shaped wood to the left is not a part of the sled,,,,,,, http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=3339&title=sled&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=3339&title=sled&cat=502 Mon, 09 Oct 2006 00:56:15 +0000 scraper sharpening <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=3230&amp;title=scraper-sharpening&amp;cat=534"><img class="imgborder" title="97scraper_sharpening.JPG" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/534/thumbs/97scraper_sharpening.JPG" alt="97scraper_sharpening.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: grybeard<br /><br />Description}: This is how I sharpen my scrapers..this was shown to me by Bud G. Table is set to 40 degrees and rotate the scraper from center to far left and then far right with it flat on the table. By doing it this way and getting the cutting edge far up the tool's side it does nicely inside of bowls...very smooth. http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=3230&title=scraper-sharpening&cat=534 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=3230&title=scraper-sharpening&cat=534 Sat, 16 Sep 2006 11:55:31 +0000 homemade sharpening jig <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=3229&amp;title=homemade-sharpening-jig&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="97sharpening_jig.JPG" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/97sharpening_jig.JPG" alt="97sharpening_jig.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: grybeard<br /><br />Description}: made this on a copy of the wolvering style. base is 1x1 square tube 12" long slider is 3/4 keystock 26"long to accomidate long handled tools http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=3229&title=homemade-sharpening-jig&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=3229&title=homemade-sharpening-jig&cat=502 Sat, 16 Sep 2006 11:48:03 +0000 bowl gouge holder <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=3228&amp;title=bowl-gouge-holder&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="97bowl_gouge_set_up.JPG" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/97bowl_gouge_set_up.JPG" alt="97bowl_gouge_set_up.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: grybeard<br /><br />Description}: made from 1x1 square tube 2" long drill 3/8 holr in the bottom of the tube and welded nut over the whole for a lockdown (no taps availiable)by doing that it allows the tool to be rotated in the holder when u set it up. Rod is 7"long by 3/8 set at 40 degree angle http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=3228&title=bowl-gouge-holder&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=3228&title=bowl-gouge-holder&cat=502 Sat, 16 Sep 2006 11:48:02 +0000 Glenn's Chatter tool <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2958&amp;title=glenn-s-chatter-tool&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="38ChatterTool.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/38ChatterTool.jpg" alt="38ChatterTool.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: Glenn http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2958&title=glenn-s-chatter-tool&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2958&title=glenn-s-chatter-tool&cat=502 Fri, 28 Jul 2006 17:02:19 +0000 Sandpaper cutter <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2791&amp;title=sandpaper-cutter&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="3sandpaper_cutter.JPG" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/3sandpaper_cutter.JPG" alt="3sandpaper_cutter.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: cfuller<br /><br />Description}: This may be an old trick that most of you are already using, but I just learned this awhile back so I thought I'd pass it along. At a club meeting a few months ago one of our 'old timers', Fred Hunger, told us about how his wife has him on a short leash and a tight budget and complains everytime he has to buy sand paper. So he made one of these cutters to ration out his sandpaper and it makes a sheet of sandpaper last almost forever. It's just a piece of plywood with an old hacksaw blade screwed to the edge and the outline of a sheet of sandpaper cut in half, then in half again and again until it's about 2x3 inches. You cut the paper down into the small pieces and then fold them in half, sand with one side until it's worn out then the other. I used to just cut sandpaper sheets into fourths but this way a sheet of paper seems to last forever. I just cut them down and put a rubber band around a stack of the small pieces and it seems like a 2x3 piece of paper lasts as long as a quarter sheet lasts. Anyway, I thought I'd pass this along to anyone else who is on a short leash and tight budget like Fred and me.<br /><br />2 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2791&title=sandpaper-cutter&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2791&title=sandpaper-cutter&cat=502 Sat, 01 Jul 2006 18:27:43 +0000 Completed lathe bench <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2656&amp;title=completed-lathe-bench&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="157workshop_0017_600_x_449_.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/157workshop_0017_600_x_449_.jpg" alt="157workshop_0017_600_x_449_.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: Chuck Beland<br /><br />4 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2656&title=completed-lathe-bench&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2656&title=completed-lathe-bench&cat=502 Sat, 10 Jun 2006 23:33:19 +0000 First attempt at making a gouge <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2301&amp;title=first-attempt-at-making-a-gouge&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="27Gouge01.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/27Gouge01.jpg" alt="27Gouge01.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: Derek Jeffries<br /><br />Description}: Here is my first attempt at 2 things, making a tool handle and making a gouge. The other day I was given some old drill bits and round stock. All HSS. These came from a factory that makes transmission parts. It took quite some time to get the flute ground, but I have learned a lot from this experiment. I am very pleased with the way the gouge works, it leaves a very nice finish. The one problem is the length of the metal. It will make it impossible to use for deep bowls. As for the handle, I didn't have any pipe that would fit for the ferrel, so I took some twine, and lots of superglue just so I could test it out. As soon as I can make it to HD, I am going to replace the twine with a proper ferrel... :) Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I have 2 more pieces that are larger in diameter than this one. And from the way they talk I will be able to get all of the bits that they burn up. :)<br /><br />5 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2301&title=first-attempt-at-making-a-gouge&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2301&title=first-attempt-at-making-a-gouge&cat=502 Thu, 27 Apr 2006 21:44:32 +0000 Vicmarc 300 with steady & tools <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2092&amp;title=vicmarc-300-with-steady-tools&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="76VicSegUrnTools6.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/76VicSegUrnTools6.jpg" alt="76VicSegUrnTools6.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: georgetroy<br /><br />Description}: Setting up on the Vicmarc with the Oneway steady on the back side. Segmented urn approx. 8" dia x 11" high, will get lid later. Showing HF tools with outriggers. GT<br /><br />2 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2092&title=vicmarc-300-with-steady-tools&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2092&title=vicmarc-300-with-steady-tools&cat=502 Sun, 02 Apr 2006 01:35:31 +0000 Steady rest & outriggers <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2065&amp;title=steady-rest-outriggers&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="76RobHF5.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/76RobHF5.jpg" alt="76RobHF5.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: georgetroy<br /><br />Description}: I reversed the steady rest to use outriggers. Works great with no vibration or wabble. I don't why it does either. GT<br /><br />4 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2065&title=steady-rest-outriggers&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2065&title=steady-rest-outriggers&cat=502 Thu, 30 Mar 2006 22:50:35 +0000 Tormek/Ellsworth <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2026&amp;title=tormek-ellsworth&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="117shop_snaps_005A.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/117shop_snaps_005A.jpg" alt="117shop_snaps_005A.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: capneddie<br /><br />Description}: This is the guage block for set ing your ellsworth to the right position on the Tormek gouge rig. http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2026&title=tormek-ellsworth&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2026&title=tormek-ellsworth&cat=502 Mon, 20 Mar 2006 02:22:16 +0000 partin tool <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2016&amp;title=partin-tool&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="119partin_tool.JPG" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/119partin_tool.JPG" alt="119partin_tool.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: wheels4<br /><br />Description}: advice on this partin tool as you can see it burns on some wood like dry walnut it is 5" long to the handle and is .35 thich sawzall blade in a former life is the shape of the cutting area correct<br /><br />4 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2016&title=partin-tool&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=2016&title=partin-tool&cat=502 Sat, 18 Mar 2006 13:15:48 +0000 Katrina Queen <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=1901&amp;title=katrina-queen&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="117Sunday_01_15_06A_002.jpg" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/117Sunday_01_15_06A_002.jpg" alt="117Sunday_01_15_06A_002.jpg" /></a><br /><br />by: capneddie<br /><br />Description}: This powermatic 3520 was saved from 5' of water when Katrian Flooded New Orleans. 40-50 hours and $100 of parts, runs smooth. Woodturner Brian Harrell did the restore.<br /><br />8 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=1901&title=katrina-queen&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=1901&title=katrina-queen&cat=502 Thu, 23 Feb 2006 01:38:31 +0000 lathe2 <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=1001&amp;title=lathe2&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="75lathe2.JPG" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/75lathe2.JPG" alt="75lathe2.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: Hillbilly Red http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=1001&title=lathe2&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=1001&title=lathe2&cat=502 Wed, 31 Aug 2005 02:38:49 +0000 lathe14 <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=999&amp;title=lathe14&amp;cat=502"><img class="imgborder" title="75lathe14.JPG" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/502/thumbs/75lathe14.JPG" alt="75lathe14.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: Hillbilly Red<br /><br />Description}: my modded harbor frieght lathe<br /><br />3 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=999&title=lathe14&cat=502 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=999&title=lathe14&cat=502 Wed, 31 Aug 2005 02:33:29 +0000 Negative Rake Scraper Top View <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=858&amp;title=negative-rake-scraper-top-view&amp;cat=534"><img class="imgborder" title="13top_view.JPG" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/534/thumbs/13top_view.JPG" alt="13top_view.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: keith bundy http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=858&title=negative-rake-scraper-top-view&cat=534 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=858&title=negative-rake-scraper-top-view&cat=534 Fri, 15 Jul 2005 04:41:22 +0000 Negative Rake Scraper Side <a href="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=855&amp;title=negative-rake-scraper-side&amp;cat=534"><img class="imgborder" title="13side_view.JPG" border="0" src="http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/data/534/thumbs/13side_view.JPG" alt="13side_view.JPG" /></a><br /><br />by: keith bundy<br /><br />Description}: This is a side view showing how a negative rake scraper is ground. You will see these in the catalogs as hardwood or ivory scrapers. Batty actually grinds the longer bevel on the top. That way you only have grind the bottom until you get near the top. The way it is ground in the picture you have to grind the top and the bottom. I can't remember if the angles are critical, I don't think they are.<br /><br />6 comments http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=855&title=negative-rake-scraper-side&cat=534 http://www.woodturnersresource.com/wrphotopost/showphoto.php?photo=855&title=negative-rake-scraper-side&cat=534 Fri, 15 Jul 2005 04:37:48 +0000