2016: American Woodturner, Vol. 31, No 6
Inside This Issue December 2016 vol 31, no 6
- Turn a Pencil-Stub Holder - A practical project by Michael Hamilton-Clark that will improve your spindle turning skills.
- Inside-Out Turning Made Easy - James L. Pruitt demonstrates a shopmade reversing jig that eliminates the need for temporary glue-ups.
- A Beginner's Shopping List: Turning Tools and Sharpening Gear -From the perspective of years at the lathe, Walt Water provides some good advice for new woodturners.
- Tuning Up a Bench Grinder -Give your turning tools a better edge by adopting Don Geiger's easy maintenance process.
- Put Some Spring in Your Toys -Sometimes wobble is the perfect thing, by Richard Dlugo.
- Blast-Carving - Have a blast creating precise and highly detailed designs that lend expression to your work, by Al Hockenbery.
- An Artist's Progress: Advice from a Master -The more Frank Sudol learned, the better he did. And so it will be with you, by Tib Shaw.
- Half 'n' Half: Split-Turned Forms that Fit Together -With David Springett's guidance, wrap your mind around this great skill-building project.
- Custom Lathe Accessories from a 3D Printer - Use your computer skills to build made-to-measure tools tailored to the piece you're working on, by Henry Doolittle.
- Tech Ed Project Links Old and New -Industrial technology meets the computer age, by Luke Ferland.
- Nurture via Nature: The Blossoming of Dixie Biggs -A lifelong appreciation of the natural world is clearly evident in the graceful organic themes in her work, by Michael McMillan.