Wood Turning: Indexing and Coloring a Bottle Stopper





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Published on Dec 8, 2015

A video about wood turning, indexing, bottle stopper making, and wood pen coloring. The wood turned bottle stopper is made from a piece of scrap ash wood and fixed to a PSI black titanium plated hardware kit. The colors are applied with Faber-Castell artist PITT pens, which in my opinion are fabulous. I also briefly discuss indexing and show my simple pencil marking jig.

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I strive to create handmade, high quality wood pieces (and sometimes, crafts using other mediums such as natural stone or acrylic) that connect to people on an emotional and functional level. Each piece is meticulously designed to look and feel like an art piece holding some functionality. I have always adored art, and have an underlining mission to incorporate my knowledge and skills with wood turning. With my videos, I hope to inspire and encourage others with a strong focus on promoting wood turning, experimentation, and safety. Please stay safe at all times!

Wear appropriate safety equipment and always follow owner manual instructions. All videos and/or posts, methods, equipment, techniques, tools, materials, medium, chemicals, opinions, etc. therein, are risks of the viewer. Please be safe at all times and have fun.


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