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LATHE GROOVING & ROUTING
x   FLUTING (LATHE)
x   GROOVING (LATHE)
xx   LATHE
xx   ROUTER OPERATION

Jig for routing dovetail slots in a table pedestal before removing the turning from the lathe.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #74 Aug 1999 pg. 20

Machines in tandem. How to equip a woodworking lathe with a sliding router assembly in order to cut decorative grooves (flutes) and spirals in cylindrical stock.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Feb 1984 (v.7#5) pg. 39

Elegant solid-cherry four-poster bed. Features delicately turned corner posts with graceful reeding that are made in three sections. Includes instructions for a lathe reeding jig which uses a router to make the cuts.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Jan 1995 (v.18#4) pg. 38

Jig for making uniform-size dowels on a lathe by using a router instead of lathe chisels.
FINE WOODWORKING #25 Nov-Dec 1980 pg. 22

Two methods for turning duplicates. (1) Band saw the profile before turning. (2) Use a router and a template to shape the work piece on the lathe.
FINE WOODWORKING #35 Jul-Aug 1982 pg. 14

How to use a router on a center pivot, instead of outboard lathe turning, to work objects over 18" in diameter.
FINE WOODWORKING #42 Sep-Oct 1983 pg. 14

Decorative turning. Router jig attaches to a wood lathe. The router swings in a pivoting cradle to cut designs into the outside of a wooden bowl.
FINE WOODWORKING #50 Jan-Feb 1985 pg. 44

Router-based duplicator for your lathe. Simple plywood box supports a router as it is guided along a profile template. The router cuts the desired pattern on the work piece rotating in the lathe.
FINE WOODWORKING #68 Jan-Feb 1988 pg. 14

Decorative routing on the lathe. Making and using a compass fixture to cut radial flutes or reeds on wooden bowls.
FINE WOODWORKING #88 May-Jun 1991 pg. 80

Spiral-routing on the lathe. A shop made setup for using a router to cut spiral grooves on a turning.
FINE WOODWORKING #90 Sep-Oct 1991 pg. 86

Quarter columns dress up boxy cases. How to make and inset a traditional corner detail found on a chest of drawers. Includes instructions for applying reeding to a lathe turning using a scratch stock.
FINE WOODWORKING #93 Mar-Apr 1992 pg. 80
Added Info FINE WOODWORKING #95 Jul-Aug 1992 pg. 6
Added Info FINE WOODWORKING #98 Jan-Feb 1993 pg. 6

Simple shop-built fixture for fluting short columns using a drywall trimming router.
FINE WOODWORKING #103 Nov-Dec 1993 pg. 24

Build a Shaker round stand (circa 1830). Features an 18" diameter top, a support pedestal and three curved legs which are sliding-dovetailed into the pedestal. Includes tips on using a router jig to cut sliding dovetails into the pedestal while it is still mounted on the lathe.
FINE WOODWORKING #110 Jan-Feb 1995 pg. 70
Added Info FINE WOODWORKING #114 Sep-Oct 1995 pg. 24

A lathe jig for cutting curved and tapered reeds using a router.
FINE WOODWORKING #138 Sep-Oct 1999 pg. 56

Router produces glass-smooth lathe turnings semi-automatically.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jan 1964 (v.121#1) pg. 184

Cutting spiral grooves on wood turnings. Several styles of grooves on candle holders are illustrated.
POPULAR MECHANICS Oct 1972 (v.138#4) pg. 178

Hitch a router to a lathe.
POPULAR SCIENCE Aug 1963 (v.183#2) pg. 116

A wooden tool mount fits into the tool rest post hole and securely grips a rotary tool, die grinder, or router being used to cut grooves, flutes, or mortises into a lathe turning.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #70 Jan 1993 (v.12#4) pg. 76

Lathe jig holds a drill or router for cutting an edge or center pattern on bowls or plate work.
WOODTURNING #18 Dec 1993-Jan 1994 pg. 72

Build a low-cost "platform lathe" for copy turning, ornamental turning or thread cutting. Part 1. (1) Building the lathe (constructed of wood and ordinary hardware). (2) Using a router copying device lathe accessory for copy turning.
WOODTURNING #31 Apr 1995 pg. 58

Twist and route. Building temporary extension bars for a lathe and adding a router carriage to fabricate 59"-long barleytwist columns.
WOODTURNING #31 Apr 1995 pg. 64

A description of how to make a "fluting" device for decorating turned box lids.
WOODTURNING #47 Nov 1996 pg. 37

How to make a swinging router for a lathe. Use it to carve turnings to make them more decorative. This router-holding jig fits into the hole for the tool rest.
WOODTURNING #67 Sep 1998 pg. 76

Twist and rout. A general description of using a Proxxon or Dremel router to cut barley twist (spiral) stems for a pomander.
WOODTURNING #72 Feb 1999 pg. 56

Fluted half-columns. A simple jig is used to route flutes in a lathe-turned column. Splitting the fluted column in half produces the half-columns used to decorate furniture.
WOODWORK #29 Oct 1994 pg. 46

Get more from your lathe with simple jigs. Part 3. Jig for cutting dovetail housings into a cylinder. Ideal when preparing a pedestal to receive the three feet that support a candlestand. The cutting is done with a router.
WOODWORKER Dec 1994 (v.98#12) pg. 76

Mortising cylindrical components. Part 1. Jig for a lathe is used to cut mortises or housings into turned components using a router.
WOODWORKER Jan 1995 (v.99#1) pg. 70

Mortising cylindrical components. Part 2. Using the jig to cut flats, mortises and housings into turned components.
WOODWORKER Feb 1995 (v.99#2) pg. 72

Router-lathe fluting: a shop-made approach. Plywood jig lets you cut flutes on round legs or turnings. It is used in conjunction with a wood lathe.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Jan-Feb 1986 (v.10#1) pg. 24

Simple indexing heads allow fluting, routing, grooving and cutting flats on cylindrical works.
WORKBENCH Jan-Feb 1964 (v.20#1) pg. 30

How to do miniature fluting using a wood lathe equipped with this jig which supports a hand grinder to cut the flutes.
WORKBENCH Mar-Apr 1984 (v.40#2) pg. 32

Jig for routing the leg mortises in a tripod-table (candlestand) support column. Works with any lathe (or off the lathe).
WORKBENCH Feb-Mar 1991 (v.47#1) pg. 24