Materials wood, madrone, burl, madrone burl Description This is a small Madrone burl hollow form finished with tung oil. It was hand turned by Sam Angelo in north central Wyoming. The wood came from California. Item # IV-72
Materials banksia, banksia seed pod Description This 3" ball is made from an Australian seed pod. It has been filled with turquoise and finished with tung oil. Together with the stand, it measures 9" tall. The stand is made from walnut and has been ebonized to mimic African blackwood.
Materials Box Elder Burl wood, wood Description This pen has been made using an Apprentice Roadster style pen kit. The burl wood is Box Elder, which is in the maple family. Care has been taken to apply several layers of color into the wood and then sealed with a super glue (cyanoacrylate) and friction polish finish. This Box Elder burl is native to Wyoming, grew in the Big Horn Mountains and then harvested near Ten Sleep, Wyoming. My pens have a 100% guarantee that covers workmanship and your satisfaction. A traditional twist pen, the Apprentice® Roadster Pen Kit features a dual-taper design with a 4-ring center band and tapered, streamline clip. Additional heft and tapered barrel design give this pen a retro look and feel. Cross® type ballpoint refill. Item # RDST 8
In this video Sam compares the 40-40 Grind with a typical bowl gouge grind with swept back wings. He sets up sharpening for the 40-40 grind with the aid of Ron Brown"s set-up block that allows for sharpening using the Wolverine Vari-Grind attachment. Sam shows some nice close-up shots of both tools and ends the video turning on a Box elder bowl using both grinds. Ron's video on his 40 40 set-up block: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcFIZ5Bx4t8 link to Ron Brown's tools: https://tinyurl.com/y7sl44xt
Sam turns a walnut bowl and applies texture that imitates "age." He highlights the Merlin 2 angle grinder from King Arthurs' Tools. The surface texture is applied randomly with no recognizable pattern. A fun project for a food safe salad bowl that looks as if it has been around for awhile. Merlin 2 link: https://tinyurl.com/ybv384dq Woodturning Tools on Amazon: https://tinyurl.com/y8s9ly5l Thanks for watching my videos- Please find my work on the following sites http://www.wyomingwoodturner.com
Sam looks at two methods to quickly remove tool steel from a woodturning handle for replacement or sharpening. In the main focus of this video he shows off a quick-release knob (from D-way tools) that makes removing tool steel fast and convenient. See links below for more information. D-Way tools Quick release knob: https://d-waytools.com/handles/quick-change-knobs/ Robust Collet Handle system: https://tinyurl.com/y7mqeyz8 Woodturning tool handle (Video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1zK2mUWFD4&t=34s
Sam Angelo covers projects, procedures, and safety issues relating to lathe speed. Spinning your lathe at a high RPM rate is not always necessary or the best practice when working on your lathe. Sam shows lots of examples that might alter your approach for setting lathe speed. Coloring Markers for the wood lathe: Video link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqs9-az827k Woodturning Tools on Amazon: https://tinyurl.com/y8s9ly5l Thanks for watching my videos- Please find my work on the following sites
Sam shows the step-by-step process for applying a double insert into the top of the lid for a turned box. The box he is working on is made of beautiful Granadillo wood. The first insert is made from Holly. It is the white, contrasting wood which forms a ring on the lid. The second insert, at the very center of the lid, is made of Granadillo. Woodturning Tools on Amazon: https://tinyurl.com/y8s9ly5l Thanks for watching my videos- Please find my work on the following sites http://www.wyomingwoodturner.com