https://groups.google.com/d/forum/rec.crafts.woodturningrec.crafts.woodturningWoodturning and turned objects.Google GroupsJohn Grossbohlin2015-03-02T15:38:19Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.crafts.woodturning/TUC4or7gmiQWoodworkers Showcase and Totally Turning -- Saratoga Springs, NYMy club's annual show is happening March 28th & 29th, 2015. http://www.nwawoodworkingshow.org/ At the same time, in the same venue, is a woodturning event... http://www.totallyturning.com/ These are all volunteer run events and we do bring in professionals for some of the presentations andKevin Miller2015-02-07T01:01:08Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.crafts.woodturning/4oBHlJA9sDwRe: Seasoning timber.Ditto what Ralph said. When I have larger pieces, I'll typically cut them in half and cut the length to approximately twice the diameter, plus a couple inches (50 - 75 mm) to allow for minor checking. I seal the ends. They'll last much longer that way. For smaller pieces such as you have,Ralph E Lindberg2015-02-04T15:27:53Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.crafts.woodturning/4oBHlJA9sDwRe: Seasoning timber.On 2015-02-04 09:12:56 +0000, Stuart said: > In article <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>, > <gadge...@gmail.com> wrote: >> You dont need to semi cut your "log" at all , brush both ends with >> molten wax , no fancy end seal is needed.. and store in a cool to cold >> bRalph E Lindberg2015-02-04T15:26:04Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.crafts.woodturning/fpVIiffhFYkRe: world's smallest turned gobletOn 2015-02-04 03:27:48 +0000, Stu Beckhurst said: > On Tuesday, June 11, 2002 at 6:16:20 PM UTC+1, Jackie Rayner wrote: >> Does anyone know what the current record is for the smallest turned goblet? > > Does it matter ??? > > Turning is a craft of beauty not a competition of big or small.. bStuart2015-02-04T09:13:42Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.crafts.woodturning/4oBHlJA9sDwRe: Seasoning timber.In article <mailto:email@example.com>, <gadge...@gmail.com> wrote: > You dont need to semi cut your "log" at all , brush both ends with > molten wax , no fancy end seal is needed.. and store in a cool to cold > but not freezing well aired place for 1 year per inchStu Beckhurst2015-02-04T03:27:49Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.crafts.woodturning/fpVIiffhFYkRe: world's smallest turned gobletgoblet? Does it matter ??? Turning is a craft of beauty not a competition of big or small.. but if you really want to know then no doubt some Russian nutter has turned a goblet to fit inside your smallest goblet ! http://www.wood-database.com/wood-articles/hardwood-anatomy/ Have funStu Beckhurst2015-02-04T03:06:56Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.crafts.woodturning/XvF0qcJZOx8Re: silky oak allergy - what helps?of > rash I get from poison oak - but slightly different and more persistent - > anyone know what is effective against this (other than the obvious "quit > turning silky oak)??? didn't find anything on the web for such a reaction > although there is plenty for poison oak/sumac/ivy > > ??? HaStu Beckhurst2015-02-04T02:53:09Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.crafts.woodturning/4oBHlJA9sDwRe: Seasoning timber.pieces > of it. > > The largest is roughly 400mm diameter x 200mm long (far too big for my > lathe), there are a couple of pieces 150mm d x 160mm l and some 70mm d x > 200mm l. > > Advice on how to season these properly for turning please. > > Stuart > > -- > Stuart Winsor if 400mm diaStu Beckhurst2015-02-04T02:46:39Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.crafts.woodturning/4oBHlJA9sDwRe: Seasoning timber.pieces > of it. > > The largest is roughly 400mm diameter x 200mm long (far too big for my > lathe), there are a couple of pieces 150mm d x 160mm l and some 70mm d x > 200mm l. > > Advice on how to season these properly for turning please. > > Stuart > > -- > Stuart Winsor You dont neehamza...@gmail.com2015-01-15T05:50:05Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.crafts.woodturning/XvF0qcJZOx8Re: silky oak allergy - what helps?What is an allergic reaction An allergic reaction is very much less common than irritative reactions. During life, we estimate that approximately 2% will develop an allergic reaction to a cosmetic product. Allergic reactions manifested in skin contact dermatitis. For such a reaction to take placRalph E Lindberg2014-12-16T18:00:14Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.crafts.woodturning/UapKOl0JgncRe: PING Robo Hippy re shear cuttingOn 2014-05-31 03:30:47 +0000, robert...@gmail.com said: > On Monday, January 21, 2008 10:08:37 AM UTC-8, TomNie wrote: >> Robo >> You answered the Oland Tool post with a shear cut remark. >> >> I'm anal about a smooth, flowing finish but a find the scraper is not that >> easy to just slide tElectric Comet2014-12-15T22:54:28Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.crafts.woodturning/n9PlmfD_EAERe: What's this lathe?FWIW Actually the site was http://vintagemachinery.org/ I think owwm sent me there. On Sun, 14 Dec 2014 15:39:56 -0800 Electric Comet <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > On Sat, 13 Dec 2014 20:35:21 +0000 (UTC) > email@example.com (Drew Lawson) wrote: > > > Shopsmith? > > > > ShopsLewis Kauffman2014-12-15T05:44:43Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.crafts.woodturning/2Y5Ska5GlnYRe: 1933 craftsman wood latheYou might try posting your question here- http://vintagemachinery.org/home.aspx Lots of knowledgeable folks over there.Martin Eastburn2014-12-15T01:19:20Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.crafts.woodturning/2Y5Ska5GlnYRe: 1933 craftsman wood latheChucks screw on and when the work is cutting it makes the chuck tighter on the shaft. I have a pre-WWII lathe that has a 1x10 thread and the chucks I found just screwed on and worked just fine. Only when going backwards would it screw off. Someone likely put a screw 'hole' for a center andElectric Comet2014-12-14T23:44:15Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.crafts.woodturning/n9PlmfD_EAERe: What's this lathe?On Sat, 13 Dec 2014 16:08:17 -0500 Ecnerwal <MyNameForward@ReplaceWithMyVices.Com.invalid> wrote: > > Yates-American would be embarrassed to be associated with this. My > first lathe, and it beat none, but I can look at it a bit more > clearly now. I think it's a yates-american w-20 or w-25.