Library DVD's

Library DVD's can be checked out at meetings,

See Jim Miller or Beau Alexander

100 Tips: 100 Tips from Shop Notes and Wood Smith magazines

Basic Box by Ray Key: In this demonstration Ray shares years of experience, begining with the proper selection of wood and exploration of his views on design, scale and proportion. Through graphic charts and demonstrations at the lathe, the viewer is able to see the process of box making broken down into clearly defined steps from mounting the wood in the lathe to final finishes. Ray discusses the types of chucks available, ideas on shop safety, plus demos of special tools he has modified.

Beyond Wood by Hans Weissflog by Hans Weissflog

Bowl Basics the easy way by Lyle Jamieson: Understanding the basics will let you take your turning to a higher level of fun and enjoyment. Your success is dependent on the foundation of turning building blocks you are using. This DVD is guaranteed to fine tune your process no matter what your skill level.

Bowl Turning by Del Stubbs: How to turn beautiful bowls, chose and hold tools, grind and modify chisels and gouges, mount bowl blanks, rough out bowl blanks, work end grain, control warp, design bowl forms.

Bowl Turning by John Jordan

Brilliant Finishes for Woodturners by Ted Sokolowski

 

Capsule Box by Ray Key: This sytlized box design presents the woodturner with new challenges. Moving to the lathe, he demonstrates making the box. Shown are techniques for holdin the lid and base for working all surfaces, cutting tips, proper tool use, specially modified tools, finishing and materials.He also shows how to turn a coolie hat box from the same piece of wood. Innovative camera techniques allow the viewer to see the tools, cutting techniques and the work as Ray sees them. Ray supports and amplifies the visuals.

Essential Woodworking Techniques Vol. #1: Intro to carcase and face frame construction, Know your materials, Cutting sheet goods, Case components: Cutting and laying out, Set-up and cut dadoes and rabbets, Sanding and assembling case,

Fabulous Finial Box by Cindy Drozda

Finial Box by Ray Key: Step by step  secrets of turning gallery-quality turned boxes

 

Finial Star by Cindy Drozda

 

From the Tree to the Table.Making bowls and plates for the kitchen by Mike Mahoney: A broad discussion ogf the process of turning bowls and plates. Mike gives an overview of finding the wood, cutting blanks, rough turning, drying, chucking methods, returning, grinding, sanding and finishes. In addition, he demonstrates the use of the McNoughton nesting tool, explanes his home-made vacuum chuck and discusses proportions for base sizes of utilitarian items. An overview for the beginner with tips and tricks for the intermediate to advanced woodturner

 

Fur, Featghers & Fins #2 Texturing and Carving the Mallard Drake Duck by Frank Russell: Texturing fur, Duck templates, Preparing duck blanks, Rough carving the duck, Contours and feathers, Joining the head and body, Feather groups, The duck beak, Feather texturing, Burning flight feathers

 

Hand Applied Finishes by Jeff Jewitt

Hand Thread Chasing by Allan Batty

Hand Thread Chasing by Allan Batty

 

Hollow Forms and Urns by Mike Mahoney

 

Hollow Forms the Easy way by Lyle Jamieson: The technical mastery of multiple axis hollowing captures the emotion and gracefule movement of the human figure. Each sculpture I create becomes a satisfying journey of delight and discovery, although I strive to strech and grow continuously.

Hollow Turning by David Ellsworth

Hollow Turning by John Jordan

 

In-Depth Hollowing Techniques byLyle Jamieson: A How-To of the different hollowing techniques

 

Johannes Michelsen Creates the Original Baseball Cap by Johannes Michelsen

Johannes Michelsen Creates the Original Wood hat by Johannes Michelsen

Lathe: A JET shopclass series

Lessons in Segmented Woodturning by Malcolm Tibbets

 

Making an Erosion Bowl by Neil Scobie: Neil demonstrates how to turn and carve a bowl. Operations include: showing where the inspiration comes from, the design process, the turning process, carving with hand and power tools, sanding and finishing.

 

Mipingo: The Tree That Makes Music by tv/e

 

Pen Turning by Barry Gross

 

Sculpting Wood Beyond the Lathe by Trent Bosch: Trent Bosch shows you in detail all the tools and techniques he uses to sculpt his work after it is remaved from the lathe. From large roughing tools to fine detailing tools giving the most subtle effects. This video is sure to inspire the wood sculpture inside every woodturner

 

Secrets to - Creating two piece Hollowforms by Brian McEvoys

 

Segmented Patterns by Curt Theobald: From a blueprint to the finished bowl, Curt Theobald, professional segmented woodturner, covers the step-by-step procedure of creating a segmented turning. Curt's helpful tips and insights take the mystery out of the process of segmented bowl construction. this DVD is a good reference for turners af all skill levels

 

Segmented Woodturners Symposium by Arrowmont

 

Sharpening by Allan Batty

Son of Skew by Alan Lacer: Sequel to Skew chisel. Using only skew chisels, develop your skill and challenge yourself with these projects: Lathe tool handle, Spinning tops, Honey dipper, Duck call, Fishing lure, Lace bobbin, Letter opener, Egg, Wine stopper, Door stops, Furniture legs (includes tips for duplication).

The Art of Bandsaw Boxes vol 1 by Alex Snodgrass

The Art of Bandsaw Boxes Vol 1 by Carter Products

The Art of Bandsaw Boxes Vol 2 by Carter Products

The Art of Bandsaw Boxes vol 3 by Alex Snodgrass

The Art of Bandsaw Boxes Vol 3 by Carter Products

The Art of Bandsaw Boxes vol2 by Alex Snodgrass

The Art of Bandsaw Puzzles by Alex Snodgrass

Turn It On Volume #1 by Jimmy Clewes: On this DVD Jimmy takes us through two projects in detail, with stunning close-ups and point of view shots. there are also two unique extra features to watch at the end, and as always, Jimmy entertains in his own special way. Project 1 is a footless bowl made from a unique piece of spalted birch burl. Project 2 is an oriental-style box from Sonokeling Rosewood with 22 carat gold leaf inlay.. then Jimmy goes into more detail about flute, bevels and tool sharpening. Also: A look at the life of a woodturner.

Turn It On Volume #2 by Jimmy Clewes: 'On this DVD Jimmy takes us through two projects in detail, with stunning close-ups and point of view shots. there are also two unique extra features to watch at the end, and as always, Jimmy entertains in his own special way. Project 1 is a stunning Ziracote bowl with a brass rim inlay. Project 2 is a long stemmed goblet turned from unsupported from Australian Myrtle. Jimmy then show us how to convert a te with a chainsaw. Also we discover some fascinating Roman history at Vindolanda.

Turn It On Volume #3 byJimmy Clewes: 'On this DVD Jimmy takes us through two projects in detail, with stunning close-ups and point of view shots. there are also two unique extra features to watch at the end, and as always, Jimmy entertains in his own special way. Project 1 A lidded box using a glue-up made from Maple and Wenge. Project 2  a footless bowl with silver highlights made from Walnut burl. Jimmy then show his tried and testedmethod for fitting a box lid. Then a look behind the scenes work on the Turn It ON DVD series.: 'On this DVD Jimmy takes us through two projects in detail, with stunning close-ups and point of view shots. there are also two unique extra features to watch at the end, and as always, Jimmy entertains in his own special way. Project 1 A lidded box using a glue-up made from Maple and Wenge. Project 2  a footless bowl with silver highlights made from Walnut burl. Jimmy then show his tried and testedmethod for fitting a box lid. Then a look behind the scenes work on the Turn It ON DVD series.

Turn it Up Volume #1 byJimmy Clewes

Turn it Up Volume #2 by Jimmy Clewes

Turn it Up Volume #3 by Jimmy Clewes

Turning Green Wood  Plus Tool Sharpening for Results byMichael O’Donnell: Starting with green wood, fresh from the log, Michael demonstrates the use of cross-grained and end-grained techniques. He turns translucently thin bowls, some with natural edge rims and turns a functional bowl using the micro-wave to dry it before finishing. This DVD is a companion to the book 'Turning Green Wood'.   This video also takes the mystery out of tool sharpening. The step-by-step format shows that tool sharpening is quick,easyand repeatable process.

Turning Unusual Materials by Bonnie Klein

Vessels of Illusion by Trent Bosch

Woodburning and Airbrushing by Brian McEvoys

Woodturners Studio byJerry Bennett

Woodturning, Getting Started Right by Alan Lacer: Experience the turning information you need to get started in the right direction. This video covers: Lathes in action, Lathe components, tyes of lathes, guidelines for buying a lathe, turning tools, creating the basic set of tools, examples of what turners make, working safety, drives, centers, chucks and turning demonstrations.