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xx   LATHE

A test of double-sided tape for holding bowl blanks to faceplates.
AMERICAN WOODTURNER Sep 1992 (v.7#3) pg. 29

Three techniques for faceplate mounting without leaving screw holes.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #47 Oct 1995 pg. 14

Tip on faceplate turning of wooden bowl lids with a minimum of damage from the attachment screws.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #47 Oct 1995 pg. 30

Plywood disc (faceplate) with profiled jaws is used to grab almost any wooden bowl so that the bottom can be easily turned.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #79 Apr 2000 pg. 22

Bowl turning with a glue block. Using fast-setting glue and a stub tenon to secure a work piece for faceplate turning.
FINE WOODWORKING #94 May-Jun 1992 pg. 70

Make inexpensive faceplates from a hex nut welded to a large flat washer.
FINE WOODWORKING #108 Sep-Oct 1994 pg. 20

Simple method for attaching a bowl blank to a lathe faceplate.
FINE WOODWORKING #115 Nov-Dec 1995 pg. 18

Shop-made faceplate for a wood lathe. A large nut with suitable thread is epoxied to a wooden disk and trued up.
SHOPNOTES #38 Mar 1998 (v.7) pg. 4

Carpet padding, marked with concentric circles, serves as a padded faceplate on a lathe tailstock and makes mounting easy when cutting the relief in the bottom of a turned bowl.
WOOD MAGAZINE #102 Winter 1997 (v.14#9) pg. 27

Tip on using a "pusher" to force off a work piece that has been attached to a faceplate using double-faced tape.
WOOD MAGAZINE #119 Dec 1999 (v.16#8) pg. 30

A plywood disk (faceplate) covered with non-slip padding is used along with a ball-bearing tailstock to support a wooden bowl while turning the foot.
WOOD MAGAZINE #133 May-Jun 2001 (v.18#4) pg. 30

Method for removing and replacing a turning in the exact same position on a faceplate.
WOOD MAGAZINE #137 Nov 2001 (v.18#8) pg. 40

Tip on centering a faceplate on a turning blank.
WOODSMITH #125 Oct 1999 (v.21) pg. 4

Added information on using a paper glue joint to attach turning blank to faceplate.
WOODTURNING #17 Nov 1993 pg. 4

A rubber-covered faceplate and a rubber-tipped cone for the tailstock are used to support a lathe-turned wooden bowl of any size while cleaning up the outside and foot.
WOODTURNING #23 Jun 1994 pg. 72

Using hot glue to attach a bowl blank to a faceplate (or to a scrap block attached to a faceplate).
WOODTURNING #26 Oct 1994 pg. 42

Inexpensive faceplates are made from plywood discs and brass pipe fittings.
WOODTURNING #28 Dec 1994-Jan 1995 pg. 72

Tip on a device for freeing work from a faceplate.
WOODTURNING #41 Apr 1996 pg. 77

Tip shows how to make a combination screwchuck and faceplate.
WOODTURNING #43 Jun 1996 pg. 76

Tip describes using a spigot turned on the work piece to solve the problem of mounting endgrain to a faceplate so the screws don't tear out under side load.
WOODTURNING #43 Jun 1996 pg. 77

Tip shows how to make a chuck with wooden back and thin aluminum faceplate. Hot melt glue attaches work piece to the faceplate.
WOODTURNING #46 Oct 1996 pg. 76

Faceplate thrift. How to make multiple faceplates cheaply.
WOODTURNING #59 Jan 1998 pg. 39

Tip on removing a stuck faceplate by temporarily attaching a wooden lever.
WOODTURNING #60 Feb 1998 pg. 77

Tip on centering a faceplate ring on a bowl blank.
WOODTURNING #61 Mar 1998 pg. 77

Tip on using a rubber washer to prevent a faceplate from locking to the spindle.
WOODTURNING #72 Feb 1999 pg. 5

Rotating disk of plywood simulates a faceplate and allows you to visualize the placement of spinning burls before attaching them to the actual faceplate.
WOODTURNING #74 Apr 1999 pg. 82

Tip on enlarging the diameter of a faceplate using plywood.
WOODTURNING #79 Sep 1999 pg. 65

Technique for attaching a lathe faceplate to the bottom of a wooden bowl so that it can be easily shifted to center the bowl.
WOODWORK #8 Winter 1990 pg. 28

Tip on adding two alignment holes to a faceplate to make it easier to remove and reattach the work piece.
WOODWORK #35 Oct 1995 pg. 12

How to attach a drill chuck to a lathe faceplate so that the drill chuck can be used to grip small work pieces.
WOODWORKER Jan 1991 (v.95#1) pg. 99

Make a faceplate ring to use in place of a screw-chuck.
WOODWORKER Jun 1991 (v.95#6) pg. 640

Modified faceplate forms the basis for a versatile shop-made work holding system., including cup chuck, friction drive, mandrel, and collet chuck.
WOODWORKER Jul 1992 (v.96#7) pg. 76

Tip on making a lathe faceplate from an old automobile oil filter with the correct thread.
WOODWORKER Dec 1992 (v.96#12) pg. 55

Technique for chucking small faceplate work on the lathe using hot melt glue.
WOODWORKER Jun 1995 (v.99#6) pg. 78

Lathe faceplate which can be rotated in either direction without coming loose.
WOODWORKING INTERNATIONAL #14 Dec 1989-Jan 1990 pg. 56

Wooden lever-style tool for removing a threaded faceplate from a lathe.
WORKBENCH Jun-Jul 1991 (v.47#3) pg. 16