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Workshop Wednesdays - Simple Router Jig

Using a router on the lathe gives countless opportunities. There are several jigs, fixtures and atta......

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Making Router Jigs

Step 1 I use a Trend T4 router which works well with this jig because of the way that it separates ......

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Workshop Wednesdays - Router Jig for Applying Decoration to Turned Work

Last month I demonstrated fluting tapered legs using a homemade U-shaped jig. This time, Mark and I ......

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Workshop Wednesdays - Routing on Curved Surfaces

Anthony Bailey and Mark Baker look at making even depth router cuts on curved surfaces Cutting ev......

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Workshop Wednesdays - Fluting Jig for Spindle Work

While it can be easy enough to turn legs, columns and other spindle forms, applying decorative fluti......

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Workshop Wednesdays - Exploring Swinging and Arching Techniques

Routers only work effectively and safely under some form of control and guidance. Using either the P......

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Workshop Wednesdays - Routing Detail on the Lathe

Previously we have looked at creating multiple flutes of even depth on the lathe. This time, we exam......

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Feature Mondays - Rod Page in Profile

Rod was born in Manchester in 1951. His father was an engineer and his mother a seamstress, so makin......

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Routing

I am working alongside a few people at the moment, concerning routing on the lathe. It is an area th......

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Make and Use a Longworth Chuck

I first became aware of the 'Longworth' chuck designed by the late Mr. Longworth of the Hunt......

 

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