Schiffer Publishing Ltd - Turning Segmented Lamps
Take your lathe work 'outside the box' and learn how to turn beautiful wooden lamps made from an infinite array of segments assembled from small pieces of wood. From fundamental skills to advanced,...
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Item 127916Model 9780764304577
Take your lathe work 'outside the box' and learn how to turn beautiful wooden lamps made from an infinite array of segments assembled from small pieces of wood. From fundamental skills to advanced, Ralph Buckland takes you through the techniques required for completing seventeen stunning segmented lamp projects with photos and detailed diagrams that show exact dimensions for segments, thicknesses, and ring diameters.
Learn how to build each lamp starting with the first ring, moving on to different types of rings, and finishing and wiring the lamp. In addition to the projects, this guide covers special techniques, tips, and materials, such as rope, rock, inlays, and exotic woods. Buckland even provides detailed diagrams and schematics that outline various numbers of segments and ring diameters for designing your own lamp. This is an ideal and unique wood turning guide for the intermediate to advanced woodworker.
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Another good reference tool
I have recently tried turning segmented vessels and I am always looking for interesting patterns. This book by Ralph Buckland is obviously focused on lamps but I found some of the pattern designs interesting and potentially useful for future projects. Not all of his designs are "my style" but I will use the book as a reference tool and undoubtably incorporate some of his ideas into future work.