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Surface ornamentation. Four articles look at techniques for decorating lathe-turned objects. Ideas include adding silver and stone accents, sewn accents, "carved" designs, etc.
AMERICAN WOODTURNER Jun 1990 (v.4#4) pg. 8

Wood turning and carpal tunnel syndrome. Includes advice for turners to either help prevent or manage CTS.
AMERICAN WOODTURNER Jun 1990 (v.4#4) pg. 30

Spindle turning. Duplicating existing spindles without a duplicator. General guidelines to make hand duplication quick, effective and competitive.
AMERICAN WOODTURNER Dec 1990 (v.5#2) pg. 2

Transverse turning. What you see is what you get. Techniques for selecting the right piece of "found" wood (spalted, wormy, or with burls, etc.), measuring and marking reference points, attaching to the lathe, and turning.
AMERICAN WOODTURNER Mar 1991 (v.6#1) pg. 6

Tip suggests wetting endgrain or another soft area to eliminate tearout when turning or scraping.
AMERICAN WOODTURNER Jun 1991 (v.6#2) pg. 28

Advice on turning pre-drilled blanks.
AMERICAN WOODTURNER Jun 1991 (v.6#2) pg. 28

Three articles on design theory and considerations for wood turners.
AMERICAN WOODTURNER Dec 1991 (v.6#4) pg. 2

Starting wood turning on a budget. A description of what can be accomplished with a simple, low-cost lathe, a faceplate and a few basic tools.
AMERICAN WOODTURNER Jun 1992 (v.7#2) pg. 2

Tip describes how to get a line right where you want it when using a wire to burn blackened lines on a turning.
AMERICAN WOODTURNER Jun 1992 (v.7#2) pg. 31

Turning casualties. A look at injuries that occur during work on a wood turning lathe and tips for avoiding them.
AMERICAN WOODTURNER Jun 1992 (v.7#2) pg. 34

A method to lessen the problem of wood turning tearout uses lacquer sanding-sealer.
AMERICAN WOODTURNER Sep 1992 (v.7#3) pg. 26

Tips on working with green wood.
AMERICAN WOODTURNER Sep 1992 (v.7#3) pg. 27

Techniques for turning miniatures. A discussion of believability, detail, wood selection and equipment.
AMERICAN WOODTURNER Dec 1992 (v.7#4) pg. 2

Tips on turning a large diameter or out-of-round piece on a lathe.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER Mar-Apr 1989 (v.5#2) pg. 8

Chatterwork. Technique for decorating the surfaces of small spindle turnings with intricate geometric patterns without using a Holtzapffel lathe or doing any hand carving.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #45 Jun 1995 pg. 38

Don't get caught. A professional wood turner shows how to avoid common lathe turning mistakes. Avoiding a catch, minimizing scraper catches, etc.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #47 Oct 1995 pg. 74

Adventures in hollow turning. A master turner's two-tool technique for creating thin-walled vessels.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #61 Oct 1997 pg. 56

Turning table legs that match without using a duplicating jig. These simple techniques also apply to turning chair spindles, balusters, etc.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #82 Oct 2000 pg. 42

Faceplate turning. How to master proper use of the bowl gouge and scrapers. General guidelines for determining turning speed.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Feb 1986 (v.9#5) pg. 13

Abrasive finishing of faceplate turnings. Some tips.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Jun 1987 (v.10#9) pg. 14

Reverse sectional wood turning technique is illustrated by this candlestand.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Jun 1988 (v.11#9) pg. 14

Safe wood turning. Seven "rules" to prevent accidents.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Jul 1989 (v.12#10) pg. 9

A wood turner's feast. The Stewart System of turning, that uses a slicer to remove an interior wooden cone, makes it easier to remove a large volume of wood from a vase interior.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP May 1991 (v.14#8) pg. 11

Using tools. How to achieve first-rate results when using a wood lathe. Tips for the beginner.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #362 Oct 1995 (v.45#9) pg. 14

Jig for cutting uniform cylindrical shapes using a router.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #362 Oct 1995 (v.45#9) pg. 34

Turning conference. Notes and information on a wood turners get-together in Newton, PA.
FINE WOODWORKING #3 Summer 1976 pg. 44

Turning spalted wood. Rough turning is done with conventional turning tools, while the finishing is done with abrasive body sanders and disc sanders.
FINE WOODWORKING #11 Summer 1978 pg. 54

Technique for turning long tapers on the lathe.
FINE WOODWORKING #19 Nov-Dec 1979 pg. 22

Turning full circle. How to cut apart circular turnings and reassemble them into new shapes. Offers a technique for achieving unique designs in bowls, sculpture, etc.
FINE WOODWORKING #21 Mar-Apr 1980 pg. 56

The sketchbook as a design tool. The serious wood turner must learn to maintain a sketchbook/journal in which many ideas are tried with pencil and paper before a few are selected for actual turning.
FINE WOODWORKING #21 Mar-Apr 1980 pg. 60

Turning small, thin, spindles (such as bobbins for lacemaking) requires special lathe techniques.
FINE WOODWORKING #23 Jul-Aug 1980 pg. 70

Tip: Use a curved cabinet scraper for the final shaping of bowls and other faceplate turnings.
FINE WOODWORKING #26 Jan-Feb 1981 pg. 26

Sanding and finishing wood turnings on the lathe.
FINE WOODWORKING #29 Jul-Aug 1981 pg. 58

Twist turning. Traditional method combines lathe and carving.
FINE WOODWORKING #33 Mar-Apr 1982 pg. 92

Tip: How to reproduce the pattern for a large turning by using a camera and a slide projector.
FINE WOODWORKING #38 Jan-Feb 1983 pg. 22

Movement and support at the lathe. A steady hold improves your turning. Tips on stance, holding the tool, cutting, supporting the wood, and the attitude of the wood turner.
FINE WOODWORKING #44 Jan-Feb 1984 pg. 40

How to make a long cylindrical turning without a lathe. Requires only a simple cradle and a hand plane.
FINE WOODWORKING #47 Jul-Aug 1984 pg. 8

Tips for turning irregular pieces such as burls.
FINE WOODWORKING #47 Jul-Aug 1984 pg. 70

Tips that make short production runs of spindle turnings easier and faster.
FINE WOODWORKING #49 Nov-Dec 1984 pg. 14

Chatterwork . A technique for decorating small spindle turnings with three-dimensional surface texture.
FINE WOODWORKING #49 Nov-Dec 1984 pg. 81
Added Info FINE WOODWORKING #51 Mar-Apr 1985 pg. 4

Turning mostly air. Finding the hidden shapes in rotted logs. How to turn hollow vessels which have as little as 20% wood in their sides.
FINE WOODWORKING #52 May-Jun 1985 pg. 54

Turning without a lathe. Making round legs using ordinary hand tools. A "lathebox" jig is used to hold the work securely.
FINE WOODWORKING #54 Sep-Oct 1985 pg. 49

Spindle turning. Fine points for the beginner.
FINE WOODWORKING #63 Mar-Apr 1987 pg. 36

Turning accurate tapers on a lathe.
FINE WOODWORKING #64 May-Jun 1987 pg. 10

Decorative folk turning (wood turning) techniques from the "ore mountain" section of East Germany. (1) Hoop turning, in which the ring has the continuous profile of an object within it. When the ring is split into radial pieces, the hidden shape is revealed. (2) Shaving curls produces little trees and flowers. (3) Stripe burning and knurling.
FINE WOODWORKING #65 Jul-Aug 1987 pg. 70

Production tips from an architectural turner. Working fast without sacrificing quality.
FINE WOODWORKING #68 Jan-Feb 1988 pg. 48

Two-handed lathe technique for production turning of small pieces.
FINE WOODWORKING #70 May-Jun 1988 pg. 10

Turning large vessels. Coping with weight and wood movement. Tools and methods developed specifically for turning large, deep wooden vessels.
FINE WOODWORKING #72 Sep-Oct 1988 pg. 86
Added Info FINE WOODWORKING #75 Mar-Apr 1989 pg. 4

A new light on turning. Using a stroboscope to "stop" your wood turning and reveal progress without actually turning off the lathe.
FINE WOODWORKING #73 Nov-Dec 1988 pg. 71

Technique for turning multiple small wooden spheres on a lathe.
FINE WOODWORKING #77 Jul-Aug 1989 pg. 12

Efficient spindle turning. Tricks for speed and consistency. Looks at improving your lathe, steady rests, lathe tools, jigs, etc.
FINE WOODWORKING #79 Nov-Dec 1989 pg. 71

Wall sculptures. Advice on turning large, irregular burls.
FINE WOODWORKING #84 Sep-Oct 1990 pg. 76

Technique for turning oval-shaped spindles.
FINE WOODWORKING #102 Sep-Oct 1993 pg. 20

A basic course in wood turning.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #465 Feb 1967 (v.63) pg. 90

Wood turning lessons. Part 5. Tips on decorating your turnings with carvings which add interest or serve to personalize the object.
NATIONAL CARVERS REVIEW Feb 1977 (v.8#1) pg. 31

Wood turning lesson. Part 8. Tips on turning lids to fit the opening of bowls, boxes, humidors, etc.
NATIONAL CARVERS REVIEW Nov 1977 (v.8#4) pg. 41

Wood turning. A look at the basic cuts, including shoulder cuts, V-cuts and concave cuts.
NATIONAL CARVERS REVIEW Spring-Summer 1978 (v.9#2) pg. 30

How to turn oval-shaped spindles. Involves the use of three pairs of centers on the work.
NATIONAL CARVERS REVIEW Fall 1978 (v.9#3) pg. 13

Homemade toolrest, dead center and drive center lets your drill press double as a wood lathe.
POPULAR MECHANICS Dec 1972 (v.138#6) pg. 164

The secret that make you a wood turning expert. How to master faceplate and spindle turning.
POPULAR MECHANICS May 1979 (v.151#5) pg. 144

Great woodworking jigs for your shop. Part 2. (1) Drill press turning jig to produce small "lathe" turnings on a drill press. (2) Drill press auxiliary table.
POPULAR MECHANICS Dec 1983 (v.160#6) pg. 106

Turn small-diameter decorative finials and spindles on a drill press.
POPULAR MECHANICS Feb 1984 (v.161#2) pg. 134

Becoming a wood turning expert. Part 1. Fundamentals. The lathe, lathe tools, turning a cylinder, turning a square-shouldered spindle, lathe speeds, etc.
POPULAR MECHANICS Apr 1985 (v.162#4) pg. 102

Becoming a wood turning expert. Part 2. Advanced techniques. Face plate turning, large post blocking, turned box with lid, log turning, wood ball, cabriole leg, extra long turnings, split turnings, small post blocking, etc.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jun 1985 (v.162#6) pg. 98

Jig allows lathework on a table saw.
POPULAR SCIENCE Feb 1963 (v.182#2) pg. 138

How to get started in wood turning.
POPULAR SCIENCE Dec 1970 (v.197#6) pg. 88

Seven smart tricks to do on a lathe.
POPULAR SCIENCE Dec 1971 (v.199#6) pg. 108

Creative log turning. Techniques for having fun at the lathe while making beautiful objects from found wood (firewood, green wood, etc.).
POPULAR WOODWORKING #56 Sep 1990 (v.10#2) pg. 26

How to turn long thin spindles on a lathe using simple shop-made accessories, extended tool rest, and a steady rest.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #57 Nov 1990 (v.10#3) pg. 68

Beading on a spindle. How to cut satisfactory bead shapes when doing spindle turning. Step-by-step photos, required tools, tool sharpening, etc.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #86 Sep 1995 (v.15#2) pg. 48

Turning between centers using a spindle gouge. How to rough out, cut a cove and cut a bead.
SHOPNOTES #23 Sep 1995 (v.4) pg. 6

Wood turning basics. Turning between centers. Laying out, preparing the stock, mounting the stock on lathe, rounding down, turning, and finishing the project.
WOOD MAGAZINE #6 Aug 1985 (v.2#4) pg. 35

Secrets of a production turner. Bert Thompson shares wood-turning techniques. Includes information on making your own tool handles, a "decent" center finder, etc.
WOOD MAGAZINE #9 Feb 1986 (v.3#1) pg. 37

Tips for turning small-diameter spindles without having them break. Includes a homebuilt steady rest.
WOOD MAGAZINE #13 Oct 1986 (v.3#5) pg. 18

Faceplate turning. A technique that offers rewards and challenges.
WOOD MAGAZINE #14 Dec 1986 (v.3#6) pg. 38, 103

Tip: A light coat of finish (from an aerosol can) will help you see minor scratches and other faults during the final stages of sanding a turning project.
WOOD MAGAZINE #30 Aug 1989 (v.6#4) pg. 22

Technique for turning wooden objects with large holes down the center involves drilling the hole first, inserting tapered wood centers and then turning.
WOOD MAGAZINE #38 Oct 1990 (v.7#6) pg. 18

Green-wood turning. A hands-on guide.
WOOD MAGAZINE #50 Feb 1992 (v.9#2) pg. 72

Turning tagua nuts. Tips on using dental tools and shop-made scrapers. Includes ideas on items to make.
WOOD MAGAZINE #54 Sep 1992 (v.9#6) pg. 54

Turning between centers. Pointers for better turning of spindle projects (rounding down, smoothing, making beads, cutting coves, transitioning from square section to cylinder, cutting square shoulders, pattern layout and transfer, sanding and finishing.
WOOD MAGAZINE #64 Oct 1993 (v.10#7) pg. 52
Added Info WOOD MAGAZINE #71 Aug 1994 (v.11#5) pg. 9

Tip on improving the lighting and visibility when making lathe turnings by using a white paper reflector behind the turning.
WOOD MAGAZINE #91 Oct 1996 (v.13#7) pg. 32

Spotlight on lathe safety. Tips for accident-free wood turning.
WOOD MAGAZINE #94 Jan 1997 (v.14#1) pg. 24

Checking out chatterwork. How to decorate your turnings by deliberately using controlled chatter to apply spiral designs to turnings.
WOOD MAGAZINE #115 Jun 1999 (v.16#4) pg. 78, 86

Safe starting with a gouge. Correct procedure for using a gouge on between-centers turning.
WOOD MAGAZINE #122 Mar 2000 (v.17#2) pg. 15

Router turning jig. Turn the ends of small wooden projects (kaleidoscope, salt shaker, ...) by twisting the work piece slowly against a fast-turning router bit using this jig.
WOODSMITH #52 Aug 1987 pg. 8

Technique for "turning" small tapered legs or cylinders on a router table instead of a lathe.
WOODSMITH #69 Jun 1990 pg. 5

Duplication, or copy turning. Some tricks to help you along.
WOODTURNING #15 Jul-Aug 1993 pg. 8

Advice about turning bone and ivory for bobbins and cabinet knobs.
WOODTURNING #15 Jul-Aug 1993 pg. 14

The use of fillets in wood turning design.
WOODTURNING #16 Oct 1993 pg. 66

Tip on turning simple rosettes on the face of a rectangular piece of wood.
WOODTURNING #17 Nov 1993 pg. 70

Carving on turning. Part 5. How to turn barley twists.
WOODTURNING #19 Feb 1994 pg. 62

Tip on using clothes-dryer lint (fluff) to polish wood turnings on the lathe.
WOODTURNING #22 May 1994 pg. 73

Turning from the left. Description of a two-handed method developed in Germany for low-cost batch production of slender, long-grained items (lace bobbins, columns, ...) and other small and thin components (musical instrument parts, figurines, ...). Uses a full-length toolrest and no tailstock.
WOODTURNING #23 Jun 1994 pg. 58

How to turn polyester resin, the alternative to ivory. Tips on both tools and techniques.
WOODTURNING #27 Nov 1994 pg. 14

Inside out (involuted) turning. A look at the do's and don't of this unusual technique.
WOODTURNING #28 Dec 1994-Jan 1995 pg. 7

Selecting a suitable rotational speed (RPMs) for turning wooden objects.
WOODTURNING #28 Dec 1994-Jan 1995 pg. 70

Back to basics. Outline of a simple teaching system for beginners to the wood turning craft.
WOODTURNING #32 May 1995 pg. 42

Getting started in wood turning. Part 1. A checklist to guide you, selecting a good wood turning instruction course, finding a place to work, and selecting a lathe.
WOODTURNING #33 Jun 1995 pg. 54

Getting started in wood turning. Part 2. Laying out a workshop. Equipment you will need and where to position it in your workshop.
WOODTURNING #34 Jul-Aug 1995 pg. 52

Getting started in wood turning. Part 3. The growth of trees, how different figurings are created, and what these features mean to the turner.
WOODTURNING #35 Sep 1995 pg. 52

Getting started in wood turning. Part 4. Tools and techniques necessary for cutting wood cleanly.
WOODTURNING #36 Oct 1995 pg. 52

Getting started in wood turning. Part 5. Tools and techniques necessary for cutting wood cleanly (continued).
WOODTURNING #37 Nov 1995 pg. 67

Turning rotten wood. How to use it to create weird and wonderful forms.
WOODTURNING #42 May 1996 pg. 46

A description of how to do involuted (inside-out) turning.
WOODTURNING #44 Jul-Aug 1996 pg. 35

Tips on turning alternative ivory (polyester resin).
WOODTURNING #49 Feb 1997 pg. 17

Lifting the veil. A look at the confusing terminology used in wood turning.
WOODTURNING #51 Apr 1997 pg. 69

Rule of thumb. A project involving turning of several identical gallery spindles is used to reflect on the "bending of rules" in wood turning. Part 1.
WOODTURNING #62 Apr 1998 pg. 74

Rule of thumb. A project involving turning of several identical gallery spindles is used to reflect on the "bending of rules" in wood turning. Part 2.
WOODTURNING #63 May 1998 pg. 81

Tool truths. Part 22. Workshop tips for a wood turner.
WOODTURNING #68 Oct 1998 pg. 71

Tool truths. Part 23. Questions to ask before taking a course in wood turning.
WOODTURNING #69 Nov 1998 pg. 73

Tool truths. Part 24. Questions to ask before taking a course in wood turning (continued).
WOODTURNING #70 Dec 1998 pg. 77

Tip on turning Corian.
WOODTURNING #72 Feb 1999 pg. 5

Advice on choosing equipment for those starting out in wood turning. Tips on lathe, accessories, tools, chucks, and wood.
WOODTURNING #75 May 1999 pg. 23

Tears to souvenirs. Some tips on saving flawed wood or broken turnings by incorporating the defect into the final design.
WOODTURNING #75 May 1999 pg. 43

Tool truths. Part 29. How to improve your turning designs and enter competitions successfully.
WOODTURNING #75 May 1999 pg. 77

Tool truths. Part 30. More advice on how to improve your turning designs.
WOODTURNING #76 Jun 1999 pg. 75

Tip on turning a round box, bowl, or other hollow object without using a faceplate.
WOODWORK #21 May-Jun 1993 pg. 20

How to turn knobs, finials, newel-post tops and other small items which require repetition of the pattern. Includes profiles of 9 common patterns for wooden knobs.
WOODWORKER #1013 Apr 1978 (v.82) pg. 172

Wood turner's corner. Off center turning. Some tips.
WOODWORKER #1025 Apr 1979 (v.83) pg. 198

Wood turning from A to Z. Mounting the work piece and roughing down.
WOODWORKER #1071 Feb 1983 (v.87) pg. 109

How to turn a pointed finial on a lathe.
WOODWORKER #1083 Feb 1984 (v.88) pg. 105

How to turn a tapered leg on a lathe by using a hand plane instead of a broad skew chisel.
WOODWORKER #1087 Jun 1984 (v.88) pg. 358

How to lathe-turn unique pieces of wood which have serious defects (such as large knots with multi-direction splits). The preparation of a hollow salt shaker is described.
WOODWORKER #1098 May 1985 (v.89) pg. 360

Suggested turning speeds for various diameter spindles and bowls.
WOODWORKER #1103 Oct 1985 (v.89) pg. 731

Tip on turning an ellipse using the off-center lathe mounting technique.
WOODWORKER #1109 Apr 1986 (v.90#4) pg. 277

Ornamental turning. Part 1. Introduction to "ornamental" lathe turning which is never a "solid of revolution". Also known as "eccentric" or "complex" turning.
WOODWORKER #1111 Jun 1986 (v.90#6) pg. 494

Superb decorated box, made from a section of ivory tusk, is an example of how to do "ornamental turning".
WOODWORKER #1111 Jun 1986 (v.90#6) pg. 497

Ornamental turning. Part 2. How to adapt a plain lathe to ornamental use.
WOODWORKER #1112 Jul 1986 (v.90#7) pg. 601

Richard Raffan, one of the world's best-known wood turners, talks about stance and cutting practice. An excerpt from his new book "Turning Wood".
WOODWORKER #1116 Nov 1986 (v.90#11) pg. 912

Wood turners share some of their favorite sanding and finishing techniques.
WOODWORKER Feb 1987 (v.91#2) pg. 149

Turning without a lathe. How to make the basic traditional wood turning tool, the rounder. Used to convert square-section or uneven wood into even cylindrical stock. Includes a table of entry- and exit-hole sizes.
WOODWORKER Feb 1988 (v.92#2) pg. 134

Turning without a lathe. Make the rounder's big brother, the trap. The trap is used for smoothing, for tapering, and for convex shaping.
WOODWORKER Apr 1988 (v.92#4) pg. 334

Turning without a lathe. Power to your elbow. Various hand cranks and engine setups to turn work pieces while you use a rounder or a trap.
WOODWORKER May 1988 (v.92#5) pg. 434

Inside job. Technique to conquer the challenges of inverted turning. Turnings are quartered and reassembled with the outside profile on the inside. The outside is then turned to shape.
WOODWORKER Nov 1990 (v.94#11) pg. 1116

Wood turning supplement. Adding hand-carved spirals to a turning.
WOODWORKER Jun 1991 (v.95#6) pg. Insert

Approaching a lathe. Advice on the height of the toolrest and the angle between chisel and work piece when using a wood lathe.
WOODWORKER Feb 1994 (v.98#2) pg. 80

Turning on a shoestring budget. Tips on getting started in wood turning with an inexpensive lathe and various shop-built accessories.
WOODWORKER Mar 1994 (v.98#3) pg. 44
Added Info WOODWORKER May 1994 (v.98#5) pg. 85

Recommended turning speeds for wood lathes. How to avoid "dig-ins" when turning large diameters.
WOODWORKER May 1994 (v.98#5) pg. 88

Copy turning (duplicate turning) of small parts by hand.
WOODWORKER Jul 1994 (v.98#7) pg. 34

Bevel support. Understanding the relationship between the bevel on a turning tool and the circular work piece in order to get the best possible cutting action.
WOODWORKER Nov 1994 (v.98#11) pg. 70

Spindle hollowing. Techniques for cutting hollows using a spindle detail gouge.
WOODWORKER Feb 1995 (v.99#2) pg. 53

Making quartered turnings on a lathe. How to prepare the turning blank so that it can be separated later, turn the cylinder, split the blank, and remove the excess glue.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Mar-Apr 1988 (v.12#2) pg. 20

Spindle turning. Step-by-step instructions for using the cutting method of wood turning on a lathe.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL May-Jun 1988 (v.12#3) pg. 14

Faceplate turning. Basic techniques are described and illustrated.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Jul-Aug 1988 (v.12#4) pg. 12

Tip on coating spalted wood with shaving cream when making the final cuts in order to help prevent tearout.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Nov-Dec 1995 (v.19#6) pg. 8

Start turning. A series of articles which will cover the full range of wood turning techniques. The first articles are aimed at the absolute beginner. Part 1. Getting started using scrap wood.
WOODWORKING INTERNATIONAL #14 Dec 1989-Jan 1990 pg. 59

Start turning. Setting up a turner's workshop. Part 1. Choosing lathes, accessories and dealing with sawdust.
WOODWORKING TODAY #28 Feb 1992 pg. 70

How to turn wooden cones without leaving center marks.
WOODWORKING TODAY #29 Mar 1992 pg. 38

Start turning. Setting up a turner's workshop. Part 2. What tools you will need and where to put them for optimum ease and safety.
WOODWORKING TODAY #29 Mar 1992 pg. 68

Start turning. Setting up a turner's workshop. Part 3. Useful hand tools and turning tools.
WOODWORKING TODAY #30 Apr 1992 pg. 74

Start turning. Setting up a turner's workshop. Part 4. Useful power tools.
WOODWORKING TODAY #31 May 1992 pg. 68

Start turning. Wood turning design. Part 1. Basic concepts and principles.
WOODWORKING TODAY #32 Jun 1992 pg. 68

Start turning. Wood turning design. Part 2. How the intended purpose of a turning will affect its looks and some basic guidelines on form.
WOODWORKING TODAY #33 Jul-Aug 1992 pg. 76

Start turning. Wood turning design. Part 3. Dynamic symmetry. A final look at design.
WOODWORKING TODAY #34 Sep-Oct 1992 pg. 67

How to turn duplicate wood turnings.
WORKBENCH Mar-Apr 1971 (v.27#2) pg. 38

The ABC's of lathe work. Includes a speed chart for wood, plastic and nonferrous metal of varying diameters and the recommended rpm's for roughing, shaping and finishing. Also included are diagrams for tool handling, work piece mounting and comments on design and layout.
WORKBENCH Jan-Feb 1973 (v.29#1) pg. 32

Square plaque or frame is turned on a lathe to produce a slightly convex curved face, and grooves cut around the circular hole in the center of the plaque. Can be used for barometer frame or a picture frame. Project is presented as good turning practice for the lathe enthusiast.
WORKBENCH Sep-Oct 1973 (v.29#5) pg. 39

How to produce "turned" shapes on a radial arm saw.
WORKBENCH Nov-Dec 1976 (v.32#6) pg. 92

All about making spiral spindles. Shows how to make them by hand, on a lathe, and with a router.
WORKBENCH Sep-Oct 1980 (v.36#5) pg. 4

How to make twisted pedestals for use as lamp bases or table pedestals. Requires a lathe and drill press for rough shaping, followed with hand chiseling, filing and sanding.
WORKBENCH Jan-Feb 1981 (v.37#1) pg. 60

Wood turning without a lathe. How to laminate "doughnuts" of wood to form lamp bases, bowls, jars, etc. You need only a saber saw, electric drill and belt sander.
WORKBENCH Jan-Feb 1982 (v.38#1) pg. 68

How to turn tall, slender objects which are hollow, such as vases, etc.
WORKBENCH Mar-Apr 1982 (v.38#2) pg. 66

Three projects using technique of oval lathe turning. (1) Salt and pepper shakers. (2) Napkin ring. (3) Bud vase.
WORKBENCH Jan-Feb 1986 (v.42#1) pg. 36

Tip on turning perfectly centered candlesticks or other hollow core spindles by drilling the hole before turning and using a step-up collar to grip the hole.
WORKBENCH Oct-Nov 1992 (v.48#5) pg. 28