Woodturners enjoy nothing more than sharing their passion for turning and the knowledge they’ve gained at the lathe. Getting Started in Woodturning represents this community spirit. This collection of practical and skill-building information from American Woodturner magazine, the journal of the American Association of Woodturners, is written by woodturners for woodturners. Inside these pages, experts and pros share their best safety practices, tool knowledge, fundamental techniques, and favorite projects. This helpful reference is chock full of detailed, useful advice that covers the problems, challenges, and questions that all beginners encounter. With the guidance of Getting Started in Woodturning, you’ll be turning in no time and sharing your own enthusiasm for the craft. 223 pages, Softcover, Copyright 2014, ISBN:9781940611099.
- What to know when buying and aligning your first lathe
- Techniques for sharpening and using your turning tools
- Safety practices for dust collection, face shields, and the shop
- 18 Useful projects to build your skills