Lathe Turnings This woodworkers list of woodworking plans features a collection of construction projects for building various projects for your home or cottage that any moderately skilled do-it-yourselfer can build. The woodworking information found on these sites

Lathe Turnings

Lathe Turnings

This woodworkers list of woodworking plans features a collection of construction projects for building various projects for your home or cottage that any moderately skilled do-it-yourselfer can build. The woodworking information found on these sites range in quantity and quality. Please contact individual web sites if you have questions about those woodworking projects.

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Lidded Boxes

If you have never tried multi-axis turning, there is a whole new realm of design possibilities waiting for you to explore. I will introduce you to the joys and challenges of multi-axis turning with a simple project - a lidded box.

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American Woodworker
Rolling Pin

Follow along with the step-by-step instructions and get your lathe ready to create a rolling pin.

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TurningForProfit
Wooden Spoon

Ever thought of turning your own wooden spoons? At the bottom of the page at the link, be sure to click on the NEXT button to continue the process.

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AroundTheWoods
Shelf, Turned

A great project for the woodturners.

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The Woodcrafter
Turning a Mallet

Follow along and see how to turn a mallet on the lathe.

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AroundTheWoods
Turned Box with Lid

Here is a step-by-step photo guide to turning a walnut box and lid.

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WoodMangler
Balls - Wood Spheres

My first shot at turning a Sphere on the Lathe was time consuming but it all turned out well in the end, just a matter of checking and rechecking everything and doing it often!! I spent a lot of time drawing everything out before putting tool to wood, I hope this all helps.

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Robert Hoppe
Table, Concord

The Concord Table, also known as the candle stand table, is a traditional American Favorite. Our version lends itself to being a gift project because, by using a lathe duplicator, you can easily produce multiple spindles.

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Shopsmith
Lazy Susan

Follow along and make a lazy susan on the lathe. Here is now to do it...

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AroundTheWoods
Mason Jar Lid

Follow along at the link and make wooden lids for your mason jars using your lathe.

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TurningForProfit
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Tea Light Holder

Here is a project for the woodturner, a tea light holder turned on the lathe. Follow along at the link.

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TurningForProfit
Compressioon Chuck

With its tapered inner walls and expansion slots, this shop-made compression chuck will hold round pieces for finish-turning or drilling.

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American Woodworker
Key Chain

At the link you are taken through the step-by-step process of turning a wooden key chain.

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TurningForProfit
Hat and Coat Rack

If you have a lathe and want a new project, perhaps this hat and coat rack combo is for you.

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CraftsmanSpace
Ring Holder

Turn this ring holder on your lathe. It would make a perfect gift. Follow along at the link to see the project completed.

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TurningForProfit
Cup, Simple

Diagram only with dimensional information. I thought the Inlaid Cup was a little bit much as my first project using Segment Designs, so I simplified it, constructed it, and you can see the result...

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SegmentedTurning
Tea Light Holder

Here is a great way to practice making bowls on the lathe but creating a tea light holder. Follow along at the link.

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TurningForProfit
Barrel Coin Bank

Make your own barrel shaped coin bank on the lathe using these free step-by-step instructions.

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TurningForProfit
Wood-Handled 4-in-1 Screwdriver, Turn a

Secure the blank in your scroll chuck with the grain running parallel to the lathe bed. Use your drill chuck in your tailstock to drill a 16mm hole 1 inches deep in your blank. Next,...

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Highland Woodworking
Tool Handles

Create handles fit for a craftsmans tools by gluing blocks of scrap wood and turning them on the lathe.

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Popular Mechanics
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Needle Threader

This Magnifying Glass/Needle Threader/Necklace would make a delightful gift or an affordable extravagance for someone who sews. It is quite simple to make, as the turning is little different than turning a pen. It does require a little mix and match of kit parts and drilling a hole in the key chain mechanism.

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David Reed Smith
Turning a Handle

This wooden handle was turned for a measuring spoon. Follow along and see how it was done.

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TurningForProfit
Turning table legs

Here I will show you how to design a leg profile and then turn a prototype you can use as a template for a set of four legs.

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American Woodworker
Ice Cream Scoop

To turn the handle of this ice cream scoop a hardwood is recommended.

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WoodLogger
Spinning Tops

Follow along at the link and learn how to turn wooden spinning tops on the lathe.

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TurningForProfit
Spinning Top

These spinning tops are great fun for children and adults. Follow along at the link and make your own spinning tops.

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WoodGears
Lidded Box

Follow along and learn how to turn a small lidded box. Perfect for small trinkets or treasures.

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TurningForProfit
Drink Koozie

Get your lathe out and follow along to turn this fun drink koozie with a bottle opener in the bottom.

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FixThisBuildThat
Bottle Stopper

At the link you will find videos as well as full instructions with pictures for turning a bottle stopper.

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FixThisBuildThat
Darts

Learn how to turn your own set of darts. Perfect for someone who loves to play the game.

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WoodLogger
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