Monthly Archives: March 2015

Roughing a Bowl

In part one of this series, I used the Wood-Mizer to cut an oak crotch log down to two flitches measuring 3 1/2″ and 4 1/2″ thick.  Now it was time to start turning. I took the 3 1/2″ flitch … Continue reading

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Cleaning Cast Iron Surfaces

It seems like in the winter, no matter how often I clean and lubricate my cast iron tables on the various tools, I still manage to get some rust spots.  Maybe it’s condensation.  Maybe I left a piece of damp … Continue reading

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