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  • ISBN 1565233727
  • ISBN13 978-1565233720
  • Language English
  • Author Mike Darlow
  • Publisher Fox Chapel Publishing (May 1, 2008)
  • Pages 199
  • Formats azw rtf docx mbr
  • Category Hobby
  • Subcategory Home Improvement and Design
  • Size ePub 1271 kb
  • Size Fb2 1423 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 684

The second book in Mike Darlow's popular "Woodturning Series," this invaluable reference features clear language, crisp full-color illustrations, and special turning techniques seldom covered in one volume, including chucking, turning spindles, drilling, forming round objects, and multiaxis turning. If you're looking to elevate your woodturning knowledge and talents, this is the book.

From professional woodturner and instructor Mike Darlow comes Woodturning Methods, the second book in his acclaimed Woodturning Series, and the first book to comprehensively cover tools and techniques needed to turn unusual forms like rings, ellipses, and spheres.

From professional woodturner and instructor Mike Darlow comes Woodturning Methods, the second book in his acclaimed Woodturning Series, and the first book to comprehensively cover tools and techniques needed to turn unusual forms like rings, ellipses, and spheres. And, while you can incorporate many of these special shapes into your everyday turning, the ability to create these unique designs will elevate your projects and talents to an entirely new level

Woodturning Methods is the second book in Mike Darlow's woodturning series.

Woodturning Methods is the second book in Mike Darlow's woodturning series.

Woodturning Methods book. Woodturning Methods (Darlow's Woodturning series). IF you are into turning with absolute precision, Darlow's books are must-reads. 1565233727 (ISBN13: 9781565233720). His discussions of form & proportion are mathematically precise & well reasoned. His direction is pretty clear. Describing wood turning is very difficult. I don't think he's quite as good as Richard Raffan at description, but close. Your opinion may vary here, but I think his precision sometimes gets in the way of his directions.

Woodturning is the art and craft of using a lathe to fashion raw wood into useful and decorative objects. This book looks at the tools and techniques needed to create a variety of effects including chucking, turning spindles and round objects, multi-axis turning, turning ellipses and rings, and drilling methods on the lathe. And, while you can incorporate many of these special shapes into your everyday turning, the ability to create these unique designs will elevate your projects and talents to an entirely new level

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Enthusiastic woodturners will discover special techniques that are seldom seen in one volume, among them chucking, turning spindles, drilling, forming round objects, and multiaxis turning. The featured projects - aimed at elevating woodturning knowledge and talents - include chucking a spoon, creating a ring, and turning a sculpture of a tree from a block of wood.

Pages 199. Year of production 2008. Many of these tricks are shown to come from the long history of woodturning, and a number of old engravings and other materials are presented to give historical depth to the discussion. Book crafts & hobbies.

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Shomeshet
my husband loves all these books. Mike Darlow's books are a great reference for those wanting to improve their turning skills.
I'm a Russian Occupant
This is a wonderful book. It won't teach you how to use a skew or how to turn an ordinary bowl. It starts where that kind of book leaves off. You will find thirteen ways to turn an accurate ball, eight ways to drill or bore holes on a lathe, three machines that can turn ellipses and umpteen ways to steady slender or unbalanced turnings. The first chapter deals comprehensively with chucks from the time that Noah turned the handles of the ark - and it transpires that the 'modern' scroll chuck was in use more than a century ago. There are chapters on turning rings of al kinds, turning objects on multiple axes, eccentric turning and therming (go look that one up).
The book is not for the timid. Some sections are positively heavy going; the author backs up the pretty pictures with just enough theory and math. All the illustations were drawn, photographed or scanned by him and they are superb. His care in devising, setting up and executing them is very apparent. Text is about equally divided between body and captions and is concise, clear and easy to read. At the end of each chapter are copious endnotes and right at the end a seven page bibliography for further reading.
I could not put the book down and finished it in a sitting, and have since gone back to re-read several sections. I can see that I will repeat this often in future. The book will definitely have several reprints or editions and one hopes that the author will then get rid of the unnecessary typographical errors. One also hopes that he will come to grips with the spelling of words like 'asymmetrical' and will learn the difference between 'centripetal' and 'centrifugal'.
Ynye
As a professional turner with 52 years experience, I find much in this book that I like. Many of Mike's methods I have used and, many I have not. Now that I'm retiring, I shall turn for fun with the help of this book.
Zinnthi
I have read many of Mike's books. This book has been well put together. It is full of useful information which helps you to develop your own ideas.

Ray