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Wood Turning a Wooden Apple from....Apple Wood!

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Published on Jul 24, 2012

The process I use to turn a wooden apple on the lathe.

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Salsa Sukmalya
eat the apple :v just kidding
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icespeckledhens
One of the oldies! Nice looking apple, Mike Thanks James
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Jimmie at Stuart Arts
Hot glue - hadn't thought of that. Great idea. Thanks!
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Andrew Smith
Hi Mike, Eh... even Adam would be chuffed with that apple mate. Could I use a mixture of varnish and white spirit for a kind of sanding sealer? Only started turning last week and I'm loving every minute, I just wish that I had started earlier in life. Really enjoying your video's, take care. Cheers Andy
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C The Art
wow
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Vigil Ante
Thanks! Good video, good technique.
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impact lures
Nice apple Mike! Question: How long do you let the sanding sealer dry. I had problems in the past with it gumming up when sanding. Thanks so much for all the informative videos. Ernie
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Harold McLellan
Just curious. Why the glue block instead of just turning a tenon on the apple wood?
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Harold McLellan
I have been doing those things but apple still gives me problems. Have you ever tried the soaking the piece in alcohol approach? 
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Harold McLellan
Nice project. I have been having a very difficult with green apple wood cracking. How green was your wood? Did you do anything special to it to keep it from cracking? Did you get any cracks?
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