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Published on Jan 26, 2012
Variable speed wood lathes are either operated by physically changing the speed between turning or by using a variable speed mechanism that is changed by adjusting a lever. Compare the older and newer versions of variable speed lathes with information from a woodworking craftsman in this free video on wood crafts.
Expert: Dave Trull Contact: trullgallery.com Bio: Dave Trull has been in the woodworking business for more than 18 years, and he started the Trull Gallery, a custom furniture shop, in 1991. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
Series Description: A wood lathe is a machine used in woodworking to turn a piece of wood into a bowl, baseball bat, plate, pen or other cylindrical or round object. Find out how a wood lathe works with this free video series on wood crafts.