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MACHINE SHOP TIPS #151 Cutting a Keyway on the Lathe - a new ''abroach" tubalcain - YouTube

Tubalcain cuts a key way in a handwheel by the slotting method on his Clausing lathe.

Minimize tap breakage when tapping in the lathe with this QCTP support

Minimize tap breakage when tapping in the lathe with this QCTP support

2006-SHARP-CNC-PRECISION-LATHE

2006-SHARP-CNC-PRECISION-LATHE

DIY Free Plans To Make A Gatling Rubber Band Machine Gun - Easy Weekend Project

Gatling Rubber Band Machine Gun - Easy Weekend Project

DIY Free Plans To Make A Gatling Rubber Band Machine Gun - Easy Weekend Project //// The right colors could turn this into a steampunk Gatling Gun

The combination square is a fundamental tool for almost all woodworking jobs, but most people don’t know how to properly use it. Get back to basics and learn how a combination square will take your craft to the next level.

Getting the Most from your Combination Square

Tools Be The Smartest Person At Work With These Excel Tricks How to Use a Speed Square Make a Custom Bic Brander If you need

Actobotics attachment ideas

Actobotics attachment ideas

WOODS DAVY - Cantamar 6/5/12, sculpture, stone

The art of sculptor Woods Davy is both inspired by nature and composed of natural elements. The artist, who lives and works in Venice, California, creates what he calls a sense of "Western Zen" with his gravity-defying rock sculptures.

Joints

Traditional timber joints were adapted to be usable with raw, irregular logs. These joints have subsequently been produced using a chainsa.

En Detalle: Especial / Los ensambles de madera en la arquitectura japonesa tradicional,Empalme de "Puerta de Castillo Otemon"

Galería de En Detalle: Especial / Los ensambles de madera en la arquitectura japonesa tradicional - 18

Xavier Puente Vilardell is an artist in Brussels, Belgium. If you examine his wood sculptures, you’d swear that he makes them by twisting reality rather than carving wood. He says that his work reflects “a strong Mediterranean tradition, where carved holes in the wood turn into light beams caressing amazing shapes.” You can view more of Vilardell’s work here.-via Colossal...

Brussels-based sculptor Xavier Puente Vilardell turns blocks of wood into twisting, curled objects that look more like scrolls of paper or pieces of fabric than lumber. You can see a bit more of his pine wood sculptures over on Behance and on his website.

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