December meeting and demo: “Something crooked”

Our next meeting will be Thursday, December 13, 2018, 7:00 p.m. Paul Hedman, master of the weird and wonderful, is going to demonstrate his latest multi-axis turnings. It’s sure to be entertaining and informative! In addition, we’re planning to put together a club order from Woodturners Wonders (woodturnerswonders.com). Take a look at their product line … More December meeting and demo: “Something crooked”

November meeting: Woodturning for Christmas

Our next meeting will be Thursday, November 8, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. We’re having an extended Show and Tell session; bring your Christmas ornaments and decorations, and tell us about how you turned and embellished them! Remember, membership dues (still just $25 a year) are due. Bring your recently turned projects to show to the … More November meeting: Woodturning for Christmas

September meeting: Join us in kicking off our new year!

Our fall kick-off meeting is Thursday, September 13, 2018 at 7 p.m. Ron Williams will be demonstrating lidded boxes. Bring a friend! Our club year begins in September, so membership dues (still just $25 a year) are due. One of the biggest benefits of membership is access to the club’s library, which includes woodturning books, videos … More September meeting: Join us in kicking off our new year!

May meeting: Video and discussion on segmented turning

Our next meeting will be 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 10, 2018. We’ll watch a video presentation on planning, designing, and creating a segmented bowl, followed by a discussion. Any who have done segmented turning are invited to share their experiences and methods. Business meeting agenda: We’ll be voting on club officers and the new … More May meeting: Video and discussion on segmented turning

Woodturning without sanding? Notes and pictures from the November meeting

At last night’s demo, Phil Holtan asked how many of us would be sad if we didn’t have to do any sanding. Nobody raised their hands. He went on to talk about steps you can take to reduce the need to sand, including: Using sharp tools. One point he raised here is that you don’t … More Woodturning without sanding? Notes and pictures from the November meeting