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Boeken over houtdraaien.

Woodturning Methods.

Boek hoe men verschillende technieken toepast met veel foto's.

Turnes Chessmen.

Het draaien van schaakstukken.


Alles over segmentdraaien.


The fourth book in Mike Darlow's popular "Woodturning Series," this book features clear language and crisp full-color illustrations and is an invaluable woodturning reference. 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. Many of these tricks have been mined from the long history of woodturning and are accompanied by old engravings and historical materials to provide perspective and depth.

Learn to Turn.

Beginners boek voor de houtdraaier. Learn to Turn is a woodturning book for true beginners. If you’ve considered trying woodturning—but have been intimidated by other books available on the subject—you’ll find artist and author Barry Gross puts the fun back into turning with this approachable and enjoyable guide.
Inside you’ll learn:
• How to select the lathe that’s right for you
• All about turning tools and how to use them
• Basic woodshop set-up
• The nuts-and-bolts of sharpening, sanding and finishing
8 Step-by-step Projects including:
• Pepper Mill ---• Ornamental Birdhouse
• Simple Bowl ----• Natural Edge Bowl
• Vessel  ------• Simple Lidded Box
• and more!

Fundamentals of woodturning.

Een boek met 190 bladzijden met veel foto's over het houtdraaien van a. tot z.

Lavishly illustrated with over 400 photos, this is the ultimate introductory guide to the fine art of using the lathe to shape wood into boxes, bowls, toys, and other beautiful objects.

Klik hiervoor inkijk in boek.

200 bladzijden met manieren van houtdraaien.

The Fundamentals of Woodturning and Woodturning Methods are the first two books in Mike Darlow's integrated woodturning series. Woodturning Techniques is the third. Its incisive writing is complemented by 40 historical engravings, 400 color photographs, and 90 color diagrams.

This book details scores of techniques. Some are ancient, some are new; some may be familiar, some are little known. Learn how to:
- Make slot-screwed, feather, and paper joints
- Grind your tools to the same angles even as your grinding wheels wear
- Hollow in new ways, and with new tools
- Turn nests of cups and bowls
- Reverse-chuck bowls safely and efficiently
- Thread by hand, and with a variety of tools and devices
- Make jigs to improve your turning's accuracy and efficiency