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Woodturning Projects Mushroom Box

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Published on Jun 11, 2010

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Wood turning tips and projects. Taking you from start to finish with a ruff piece of wood to your sanded and finished project.

Turning a Mushroom box on the lathe.

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Please watch: "Wood Turning"
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Comments • 54

Leonelfreak
how does it turn from white to red? and what is that stuff you put it on to sand it down? and how does it sand down? :|
Paul Hirst
the shell is a sand dollar see google images or try ebay great video
Wayne E.
Love your work bud. I really like that Redwood, the grain pattern is gorgeous. This is the first time I've seen some turn that type of wood and now I'd like to get my hands on some. Thanks for your time and sharing another great piece.
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Bill K
Really nice. The grandson and I took a spindle turning class and we turned some mushrooms. Would have never thought to make them into boxes. Creative!
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Paul Lockwood
Love it, really neat idea.
Freda Bellefleur
just beautiful !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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tsaboukas
that's a funny little thing. Very cheerful!
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Carl Jacobson
It's a parting tool. I just go nice and slow sometimes I hit it though.
Spinkamer
How did you part the edge on the left side of the blank at 1.19 minutes? I have seen you insert a metal dowel to secure the blank on the chuck - and just wonder how you get that so strait parted without touching (or catching!) the metal dowel??
s10m0t10n
This project is made from two different types of wood - different colours. When sanding, Carl dips the abrasives (sandpapers) into a mixture of oil and wax which help to keep the sanding dust down and give a shine to the wood. Hope this helps.
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