Round Blade Awl
Rosewood Handle Awls. Feature brass ferrules and lacquered rosewood handles.The round-blade awl has a 2-1/2" turned steel blade and needle-sharp tip, with an overall length of 5-1/4". Use it to...
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Woodworking Adventures is back with a new blog site and our first story is in the shop with the “Turning Tuesdays” guys with another home spun turning project. Ron Thompson shows us how to make a self-centering Longworth Chuck. The Longworth chuck was developed by Leslie Douglas Longworth of the Hunter Valley Woodturners in Australia in the late 1980′s. Featuring a self centering mechanism that easily and quickly adjusts to the size of your turning by using a pair of disks which rotate against each other, drawing in and out the attached rubber jaws on a series of opposing arcs.