Shapening and using a card scraper can be a pain to learn, but once mastered they quickly become the #1 tool in the shop. In this video I go over the method I use to get my scrapers working for me rather than against me.
Live edge slab hall table
This was a very fun and interesting build. I found myself with a bit of time to spare between other clients projects so I decided to make something for myself for once. I like to have a hall table in the front of my home for a few reasons. Firstly it is a great place…
A little bowl from Redgum, Myrtle and Blackwood
This is a bowl I turned during a very wet and miserable day in Melbourne. Made from highly figured River Redgum, Myrtle and Blackwood. Approx dimensions: 115mm diameter x 95mm high
Workshop tour 2017
I had a spare moment this afternoon and my workshop was kind of clean. So I took the opportunity to film a quick video touring my workshop so you can see where all the magic happens.
Woodturning Scrap Wood Bowl
In this video I turn a wooden bowl made from scrap pieces of timber left over from various jobs. I group all of the sticks and short boards by approximate thickness and then set about machining the timber down so that I could then glue them up into panels as seen below. I ended up…
Walnut and Myrtle Bowl
This is the bowl that I turned on my lathe using the broken bowl I had made a mistake with the day earlier.
Maple and Jarrah side tables
This is one of my first videos that I made for my YouTube channel. I split the video into two parts. Please remember to click the thumbs up for these two videos and consider subscribing to my YouTube channel to be notified of more new and awesome videos that I release in the future. Part 1…
Four Lazy Susan’s
In this video I make four lazy susans. All slightly different from one another. They have been finished with to a very high quality satin sheen. First using two coats of my own home made danish oil, and then three coats of spray polyurethane. Once the finishes had cured, I rubbed the surface back first…