If every woodworker had one of these, just imagine how many bench chisels would be saved! The project is mostly turning a handle. I did add some interest by combining round and square edges, and also a ferrule on both ends. I also got some more skew chisel practice, which is always fun! I had fun making this video. Please comment if you get the joke (or even if you think it “just isn’t that funny”.) And I hope you’ll forgive me for waiting until the end to show the big reveal. Music: “Fig Leaf Rag”, “Also Sprach Zarathustra” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Graphics by Farrin N. Abbott / CopyCatFilms.com
I finally got around to making a marking knife. This is a pretty simple project, and I was able to upcycle materials that I had lying around. The handle is hickory from a broken hatchet handle. The blade is one of many extra paddle bits that I’ve accumulated over the years. Total cost: zero. “Funkorama”, “Easy Jam”, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
This video addresses a problem that affects many variants of this common woodturning mini-lathe. The problem is that the tailstock slips as you try to tighten the workpiece between centers. I diagnose the problem and fabricate a new lock plate to better hold the tailstock.
This is a quick project that I made to hold pen blanks while drilling them for woodturning. I wanted something that was quick and easy to use, but would consistently hold the blanks securely in place with one hand while I operate the drill press with the other hand. This Drilling Jig was made with a scrap piece of construction grade lumber and a cheap butt hinge. I turned the handles on the wood lathe with a skew chisel. music by audionautix.com Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=UCYrXvMdKbXYtONur3rnRHcg