Demonstration Video Replay Rentals
Below is a selection of demonstration video I have recorded from live events. These replays are available for rent. Each video contains over 2 hours of content that thoroughly explains and demonstrates the topic in clear Full HD (1080P) format. It is clear and audible to watch on the largest TV screen.
More will be added as they become available.
Turn a Toothpick Piston Box
This demonstration will show how to make a piston box. This is a cylinder box made hollow using forstner drill bits. Traditional gouges and tooling will be used for turning although carbide tools will work as well. This project makes use of the tail stock for drilling operations for all the hollowing therefore no special hollowing tools or techniques are needed. There will be some room for some individual design decisions on the style and form of the box. This particular design will accommodate the typical wooden toothpicks. A perfect project after a season of feasting.
Fantastic Kitchen Utensils: Spatula and Spoon
This woodturning demonstration shows how I make a spatula and spoon. However, not just an ordinary spatula or spoon but these kitchen utensils add a fantastic feature that lets them reside on the side of a pot or pan waiting for you to use. No more dripping sauce on your cooktop or counter – keep the sauce in the pot or pan! The other feature of the spatula is the curved, slanted and thin edge. This creates a natural position for your hand to move the food around any pot or pan. Check out our turning tools and our modular woodturning handle system for this project.
Turn a Bowl in a Bowl
The concept of turning a bowl within a bowl is both new and old hat for most woodturners. This project will stretch your abilities just a bit to make a functional but also fanciful design. Set the finished piece on your desk or take it to show and tell at your club meeting and you will have other woodturners, of all skill levels, ask – how did you do that? You will need bowl gouges, scrapers and perhaps a parting tool. You will also need a four-jaw scroll chuck with #2 or larger jaws along with Cole jaws. This project utilizes a cup shaped jam chuck for the offset turning. A set of outside calipers will be very handy for this project.
ATEM Mini Video Switcher
ATEM Mini Video Switcher – for live woodturning demonstrations (in person or remote). A three part series
1) Easy Live Video Presentations – Basic Setup of the ATEM Mini Video Switcher
2) Q&A Follow-Up: Easy Live Video Presentations – Basic Setup of the ATEM Mini Video Switcher
3) ATEM Mini Video Switcher: Advanced Tutorial