Classes at Marc Adams School of Woodworking
Creative Woodturning with Michael Hosaluk
Dates: 5/5 - 5/9
Tool List: Click here for tool list
This class will be a great opportunity to spend a week learning the craft of woodturning with one of the best woodturners in North America. Michael starts off with a detailed discussion of lathes, tool selection, safety, and sharpening. He introduce students to four areas of woodturning: 1) SPINDLE TURNING, including wood selection, use and sharpening of tools for spindle work, offset turning, bending spindles in the microwave, cutting/assembling spindles for application to bowls and furniture, and combining spindles and bowls to make a ladle; 2) BOWL TURNING, how to select and understand inherent qualities of wood, green and dry woodturning, use of gouges and scrapers to get a clean cut, sanding techniques, addition and subtraction of wood to create unique designs, how to turn a bowl with carved feet, turning very thin bowls, and cutting and reassembling bowls; 3) HOLLOW TURNING, including basic techniques, cutting, reassembling to make a fish or teapot, and combining spindles with hollow turning to make a Christmas ornament or rattle; and 4) BOX MAKING, including ways to make a basic box, the use of hook tools, and how to create oval and curved lidded containers. By the end of the week you will be on your way to turning excellence.
Learn how to do all kinds of spindle work
How to do accurate duplication
Methods in turning different types of bowls
Exploring turned box variations
The refinement of tools and improved sharpening techniques
Gain an understanding of the importance of form
There is a $45 annual registration fee that will be added to your the total amount of the class if this is the first class you are registering for this season.
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