I saw this link in an email today and thought it would be a great project to share, coming from Kurt Hertzog’s article featured in the AAW monthly. Enjoy! PROJECT: An Elegant Mortar and Pestle
It has been reported that some folks, while Googling for this website’s URL, have been directed to the old LAW website. Note that the old website does not exist, and if you see that LAW home page, you are either looking at a version stored on your computer from a few years back or looking
Hey Woodturners – don’t forget to check out the ever-increasing library of videos posted on our website! Great information, provocative discourse and quality videography by our resident video tech – John Kelsey! Send us your ideas for future Coffee Hours, and if you are not able to join the Hour due to work conflicts, let’s
Posted on 9/24, check out Angelo’s video on drying wood. Well done presentation with great video and audio thanks to the magic of John K’s directorial skills! Check it out – an abbreviated version will be shared during today’s (9/24) Coffee Hour.
Followup from last week when Ben K. told us about a saw service in Ephrata PA that will make up bandsaw blades to your specifications. They are: Martin’s Sharpening, 502 Glenwood Dr, Ephrata. Phone is our area code + 733-0511. This morning Troy N. introduced the idea of making your own wood-burning equipment using a battery charger.
Hey Woodturners! We have added a new page to the LAW website: ‘Club Videos’. Please check out our first video posting, and if you have a video or an idea for a video, let us know and we’ll get it posted. Technically, we’re posting a link on that page to a YouTube video, so you’ll
Last night, August 4, we had a terrific monthly club meeting via Zoom with 25 attendees, including Kai Koethe from Germany (yes, there is a 6-hour time difference, but he stayed on with us until 9pm Eastern, 3am CEST). After standard business and some fantastic show-and-tell examples, Ernie Conover gave us a Master Class in
In an abundance of caution, and concern for the safety and well-being of our attendees, demonstrators, exhibitors, and staff, the Board of the Mid Atlantic Woodturners Association has come to the difficult conclusion to cancel the 2020 Symposium that was planned for September 25 – 27. We are proceeding with plans to resume our program
Much thanks to Ray S. for supplying a copy of the April Special Edition of the Ornamental Turners International Newsletter. This issue covers in great quite detail information about the rose engine ornamental and guilloche process. Don’t miss this issue – the engravings from the late 18th & early 19th centuries are amazing. Get your