Procedure Stem

1 Mark centres on the spindle.

2 Mount between centres using a cup centre with a removable centre at the tailstock end.

3 Mount the piece, speed l,800rpm.

5 Bore either trom one, or both ends, (ii)

6 Remount with bottom end to the headstock. (iii)

Stem remounted on counter bore.

Cut 2 Boring through tailstock right along the stem.

Dimensions

Step 4

10/in (267mm) lOift I254mm>

7m (178mm)

IViin (38mm)

7m (178mm)

IViin (38mm)

Lamp 1/.in (32mm) Candlestick 1 (38mm)

Lamp 1/.in (32mm) Candlestick 1 (38mm)

2mm)

Vtm (16mm)

Step 4

Stops 5-6
Woodturning Spindle Gouge Bead Notch

Cut 9 Turning the detail at the top with the spindle roughing gouge.

Cut 7 Sizing the tenon.

Cut 9 Turning the detail at the top with the spindle roughing gouge.

Cut 7 Sizing the tenon.

7 Mark out the positions of beads etc.

8 Cuts 4-7. Size the pin at the headstock end -1 '/»in (30mm) diameter and other locations, (i)

9 Cuts 8-10. Turn the beads, with the SFG, then start the shapes between them, (ii)

Step 8 Step 9

Woodturning Techniques
Cut 11 Shaping centre section between end detail with Cut 9 Turning the detail at the top with STG. the spindle roughing gouge

to Cut 11. Turn the body curve with the SFG. (iii)

11 Sand and apply the finish and polish.

12 Cut 12. Finish the top as close as possible to the tail centre, (iv)

13 Sand carefully 150. 180. 240.

Steps 10-12

Cut 4 Shaping top of base with DFG from centre to rim.

Cut 3 Making rccess for expanding chuck.

Cut 5 Refining top shape with large curved scraper.

Cut 4 Shaping top of base with DFG from centre to rim.

Base

1 Mount the base on the single screw chuck.

2 Cut 1. Trim the diameter to round with the DFG.

3 Cut 2. Clean the face (slightly hollow) with DFG.

4 Cut 3. Make a recess for the expanding chuck with square skewed scraper, (i)

5 Sand and polish under the base.

6 Reverse the blank and mount on the expanding chuck. Mark in the diameters of the hole and flat area.

7 Cut 4. Shape the top face - cut from small diameter to large, (ii)

8 Cut 5. Refine with a large scraper, (iii)

Cut 3 Making rccess for expanding chuck.

Cut 5 Refining top shape with large curved scraper.

Cut 7 Clearing around the bead with DFG. Cut 9 Boring for the lamp stem v/ith square scraper.

9 Cuts 6-8 Clear the wood from the side of the bead and roll the bead with the DFG. (iv)

10 Cut 9. Hollow the centre to take the spigot on the spindle, (v)

11 Sand carefully 150, 180 240. (vi)

12 Apply the finishing oil and wax polish, (vii and viii)

13 Glue in the stem and hold in position with the tailstock.

Step 8

Sanding detail.

Applying finish with brush Applying a carnauba - lathe running very slow. hard wax.

Woodturning Goblets

Goblet

Project

Goblet

Finished siz«

2'¿in dia x Gin tall (64 x 152mm)

Wood

Apple

Wood selection

Straight grain wood will give strength to the stem and reduce the risk of it breaking during the turning process. If you are going to use wooden goblets then they should be made out of softwood as hardwood is porous.

Blank size

2Va x 7in (70 x 178mm)

Chucking

Spigot chuck dia

Between centres - four prong centre + revolving cone centre 2in (51mm)

Lathe speed

Deep-fluted gouge Scraper LH curve Parting tool

1 '/Jin (32mm) '/¿in (13mm) ltein (38mm) '/«in (3mm)

Other tools

Callipers, pencil

Abrasives

100. 150. 180. 240 and 400 grits

Finish

Liquid paraffin or finishing oil

Safety equipment

Face mask, goggles

Woodturning Techniques

Blank between ccntres.

Woodturning Tools Homemade

Cut 4 Making the spigot.

Steps 2-4

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