4 of 42: How To Make A Steel Hooped Wooden Mallet • Woodworking Projects

cutting steel hoops AskWoodMan.com In this video I show my favorite simple technique for cutting pipe square with a Milwaukee Portaband. Using a tungsten carbide scribe and a hose clamp makes very accurate marks for cutting. I then show my shop made setup for my Bosch 4×24 belts sander for finish grinding the ends square. Making Wooden Mallets: Video 4 of 42 Allan Little is AskWoodMan™ Follow him on twitter, be a fan on Facebook, or subscribe to his blog! twitter.com facebook.com askwoodman.com

Tillers International Coopering Class

www.tillersinternational.org The cooper was essential to packaging early fluid products. Tillers students learn to make a small bucket, or piggin, using coopering tools to shape bucket staves and cut the croze for tight bottom fits. The skills learned in this class enable students to make traditional white coopered (straight staved) items.

Woodworking Clock Plans & Woodworking Rocking Chair

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AMAZING Fine Woodwork

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Wood carving, ‘Fan Bird Carving’

This is a form of folk art woodcarving says Stuart King, it has been practiced all over Europe from Romania to Russia, from Poland to Scandanavia and was often executed with nothing more than a pocket knife to while away the time. This video was shot at the annual gathering of the Association of Pole Lathe Turners by www.stuartking.co.uk The event is known affectionately as the ‘Bodgers Ball’.
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