I am looking for a better way to learn woodworking besides books and
trial and error. I have taken classes at the local woodcraft, but they
are of limited value. I have set up a decent shop in my garage and
would to prefer to receive instruction there with my own tools as
opposed to someone elses.
Maybe a retiree looking to supplement his income?
I went through his site again... I was doing just fine till I read the
"Some mahogany balls for a contractor than didn't have any balls. The
bottom picture shows the completed ball mounted with a screw chuck. The
black ring is the gauge used to insure the roundness of the ball. The
two hardest things in turning is getting a perfect sphere and a straight
Back to the shop...
Actually I am looking for instruction in general woodworking and not
woodturning. I do have a Powermatic lathe but want to" branch out".
Since I have a fairly small shop I want to do mostly small projects,
like jewelry boxes and small cabinets and furniture with emphasis on
On Fri, 01 Apr 2005 13:01:42 -0600, Patriarch
You might contact Steve Jenkins at Furniture Crafters in Dallas. He
is coming up to Curly Woods on April 9th to teach a "Learn to Veneer"
class for us. He mentioned that he has considered offering woodworking
related classes in his shop in the near future.
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