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In The Workshop With Charles Neil Turning Furniture Parts DVD Vol. 1

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Turning Furniture Parts Vol. 1 Continue to share the furniture making experience with Charles as he embarks on a woodturning adventure. Volume 1 covers exploring the lathe, woodturning chisels –...

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Turning Furniture Parts Vol. 1 Continue to share the furniture making experience with Charles as he embarks on a woodturning adventure. Volume 1 covers exploring the lathe, woodturning chisels – techniques and profiles, sharpening, lathe accessories, turning basics, mounting and roughing stock, and duplicating without a duplicator. 2 Disc set. 2 hours 30 minutes. Whether you're a beginner or a professional you'll enjoy the humor and experience that Charles brings to a variety of topics. Charles' DVD's present tough woodworking information and techniques in a very logical, down to earth fashion. Charles Neil has been building handcrafted furniture for 30 years and is a juried member of the Virginia Artisan's Association. He sells his work from his shop in New Market, VA as well as a gallery in Monument, CO. In addition, Charles is an accomplished instructor and his work has appeared in several publications.

  • This is the first volume in the series here are some highlights.
  • Exploring the Lathe; Turning Chisels; Sharpening; Lathe Accessories;
  • Turning Basics; Mounting & Roughing Stock; Chisel Techniques & Profiles;
  • Transitions; Duplicating w/o a Duplicator; and Much More!
  • 2 Disc set. 2 hours 30 minutes

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    not a woodturner

    as the education co-chair of a woodturning chapter of American Association of Woodturners some of hiS turning was very disturbing from a safety point of view. I did learn what I was interest in about turned table legs. Charles presents his material in apleaseant manner and is very easy to understand. I would not recommend for beginning turners.

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