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  1. Four Jaw Chucks



    Displaying a standard four jaw chuck and a lathe faceplate


    Expand your woodturning possibilities with a four jaw chuck.

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  2. Avoiding Chuck Jaw Marks



    Parts of a four jaw scroll chuck taken apart for cleaning


    How do you avoid or remove marks on turning projects left by a chuck?

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  3. 5-Piece High-Speed Steel Turning Tool Set

    5 piece turning tool set

    The NEW Rockler Traditional High-Speed Steel Ergonomic 5-piece Turning Tool Set is perfect for beginning woodturners or experienced pros. With comfortably contoured ash handles encased in shock-absorbing rubber, you'll spend hours at the lathe without excessive fatigue in your hands. And since you can sharpen them yourself, you'll cut down on expenses too.

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  4. Project: Turner's Tool Holder

    Under lathe turning tool storage


    Build a lathe-based tool holder to make your turning more efficient. An easy weekend project.

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  5. Rockler Ergonomic Turning Tools


    The Rockler family of Ergonomic Turning Tools feature comfortably contoured ash handles encased in shock-absorbing rubber. Choose from tools with carbide insert cutters that never need sharpening or traditional high-speed steel tools.

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  6. Setting Up a Woodturning Shop



    Setting up a large Powermatic lathe in a woodturning shop


    If you're thinking of getting started in woodturning, here are some great guidelines. Our expert breaks down the "must-have" tools from the "nice to have" and even includes a few of his "dream shop" favorites.

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  7. How to Prevent Redwood Ridges?



    Rough turning a redwood burl bowl blank


    How do you get rid of the small ridges that develop when turning redwood?

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  8. Getting Started in Pen Turning

    two wood pens


    Learn to turn a pen from start to finish. This is a fun and fast project for beginning and experienced woodturners. We offer hundreds of pen kits and wood or acrylic pen blanks that you can mix and match to create a nearly endless variety of pens. And, you don't need a shop full of woodworking tools to get started. All you need is a small lathe , a drill and a few turning tools .This is the perfect project to get started in woodturning and be creative.

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