Woodturning DVDs

DVDs

1. Bonnie Klein Vol. 1 – Techniques & Projects

2. Bonnie Klein Vol. 2 – Bowl Turning

3. Bonnie Klein Vol. 3 – Boxes

4. Bonnie Klein Vol. 4 – Turning Unusual Materials

5. Bonnie Klein Vol. 5 – Boxes w/ Threaded Lids

6. John Jordan – Hollow Turning

7. John Jordan – Bowl Turning

8. Ellsworth Vol. 1 – Sharpening, Faceplates, Jamb Chucks

9. Ellsworth Vol. 2 – Lathe Models, Vacuum Chuck, Dust Collection

10. Ellsworth Vol. 3 – Hollow Turning, Centering, Roughing

11. Ellsworth Vol. T – History of Tools & Hollow Forms

12. Ray Key – Basic Box

13. Ray Key – Capsule Box

14. Ray Key Finial Box

15. Richard Raffin – Turning Wood

16. Richard Raffin – Turning Projects

17. Mike Darlow – Practice of Wood Turning I

18. Mike Darlow – Practice of Wood Turning II

19. Mike Darlow – Practice of Wood Turning III

20. Del Stubbs – Bowl Turning

21. Chris Stott – Turning Boxes

22. David Sprigett – Elliptical Turning

23. David Sprigett – Woodturning Wizardry

24. Mark St. Ledger – Skill-Building Projects

25. Russ Hurt – Introduction to Bowl Turning

26. Robert Rosand – Turning Projects from Scrap

27. Keith Rowley – A Foundation Course

28. AAW – Fundamentals of Sharpening

30. Irling Smith – Segmented Lamp (demo)

31. Russ Brown – Segmented Bowl (demo)

37. Dr. Montoya – Dust Hazards (demo)

38. Lyle Jamieson – Hollow Forms, the Easy Way

40. Alan Lacer – The Dark Side & Sweet Side of the Skew

42. Bonnie Klein Vol. 2 – Bowl Turning (Copy 2)

43. John Jordan – Hollow Turning(Copy 2)

44. John Jordan – Bowl Turning (Copy 2)

49. Chris Stott – Natural Edges & Hollow Forms

51. Michael O’Donnell – Turning Green Wood

53. Trent Bosch – Vessels of Illusion

55. AAW – Who We Are – What We Offer60. NMWT – 2002 - Four Hills Show

61. AAW Symposium 1997 – Instant Gallery

62. AAW Symposium 1997 – Techniques

63. AAW Symposium 1998 – Instant Gallery

64. AAW Symposium 1998 – Techniques Vol. I

65. AAW Symposium 1998 – Techniques Vol. II

66. AAW Symposium 1999 – Instant Gallery

67. AAW Symposium 1999 – Techniques Vol. I

68. AAW Symposium 1999 – Techniques Vol. II

69. AAW Symposium 2000 – Instant Gallery

70. AAW Symposium 2000 – Techniques Vol. I

71. AAW Symposium 2000 – Techniques Vol. II

72. AAW Symposium 2001 – Instant Gallery

73. AAW Symposium 2001 – Techniques Vol. I

74. AAW Symposium 2001 – Techniques Vol. II

75. AAW Symposium 2004 – Instant Gallery

76. AAW Symposium 2004 – Techniques Vol. I

77. AAW Symposium 2004 – Techniques Vol. II

78. AAW Woodturning Masters Series – Ed Moulthrop, Woodturning Pioneer

79. AAW Woodturning Masters Series – Palmer Sharples, Johnny Appleseed of Turning

 

201. Janet Smith – Super Glue Finish and Hillard Gerhardt – Inlay Techniques (05/06 demo)

202. Jim Ferguson – Open Segmented Turning (08/06 demo)

203. John Ellis – Inlaid Platters (06/06 demo)

204. Gale Greenwood – Turning Birdhouses

205. Trent Bosch – Sculpting Wood-Beyond the Lathe

206. Trent Bosch – Decorative Utility Bowls

207. Trent Bosch – Vessels of Illusion

208. Jimmy Clewes – Turnaround (Spindle Work; Sharpening; End-grain Vase; Colored Platter; Exotic Oyster Box)

209. Jimmy Clewes – Turn It On - Vol. 1 (Spalted Birch Footless Bowl; Oriental Box w/ Gold Leaf Inlay)

210. Jimmy Clewes – Turn It On - Vol. 2 (Ziracote Bowl w/ Brass Rim Inlay; Long-stemmed Australian Myrtle Goblet)

211. Jimmy Clewes – Turn It On - Vol. 3 (Maple & Wenge Lidded Box; Walnut Burl Footless Bowl w/ Silver Highlights)
212. Rex Burningham and Kip Christensen – Turning Pens with Kip & Rex - Vol. 1 (Basics and Beyond)

213. Rex Burningham and Kip Christensen – Turning Pens with Kip & Rex - Vol. 2 (More Pens; Tips & Tricks)

214. Stuart Batty and Mike Mahoney – Two Ways to Make a Bowl

215. Mike Mahoney – From the Tree to the Table

216. Robert Sorby (pub.) – Focus on Thread Cutting

217. Alan Lacer – Woodturning - Getting Started Right

218. John Jordan - The Aesthetics & Properties of Wood, Vol. 1

219. John Jordan - The Aesthetics & Properties of Wood, Vol. 2

220. Robert Sorby (pub.) – Specialist Woodturning Tools, Vol. 1 (CD – ONLY Play’s on a Computer)

221. Robert Sorby (pub.) – Specialist Woodturning Tools, Vol. 2

222. AAW – Connections: Sweet Possibilities and Grave Self-Doubts

223. Alan Lacer – Son of Skew

224. AAW Symposium 2003 – Instant Gallery

225. AAW Symposium 2003 – Techniques Vol. I

226. AAW Symposium 2003 – Techniques Vol. II

227. Utah Symposium 2003 – Woodturning

228. Utah Symposium 2005 – Woodturning

229. Jack Henning (MC) - Jigs and Fixtures (12/06 demo)

230. Alan Lacer – The Skew Guest Presenter (11/06 morning presentation)

231. Alan Lacer – The Skew Guest Presenter (11/06 morning presentation)(CD – ONLY Play’s on a Computer)

232. Alan Lacer – Hook Tool & End Grain Hollowing Guest Presenter (11/06

afternoon presentation)

233. Kieth Rowley – Woodturning – A Foundation Course

234. AAW Symposium 2004 – Techniques Vol. I

235. AAW Symposium 2004 – Techniques Vol. II

236. Windy Dankoff – Wooden Flutes and Dust Control

237. Members – State Fair Projects

238. Jim McClain – Turning Spheres (Yard Balls)

239. Binh Pho – Surface Design on Thin Wall Turning

240. Neil Scobie – Making and Erosion Bowl

241. Frank Penta – Multi-Axis Turning Part 1

242. Frank Penta – Multi-Axis Turning Part 2

243. Frank Penta – Multi-Axis Turning Part 3

244. Al Mirman – Lidded Boxes

245. Michael Mocho – Multi Axis Turning

246. Beyond Wood: Portrait of an Artist – Rude Osolink; The Bob Bohlen Collection

247. Beyond Wood: Portrait of an Artist – Frank Cummings III; David Ellsworth;Giles Gilson

248. Beyond Wood: Portrait of an Artist – Christian Burchard; Ron Kent

249. Beyond Wood: Portrait of an Artist – Gianfranco Angelino; Hans Weissflog; J.F. Escoulen

250. Beyond Wood: Portrait of an Artist – The Wernick Collection

251. Beyond Wood: Portrait of an Artist – Irving Lipton Collection;Perfection in Form; Emma Lake

252. Ed Davidson –Yo-Yo Turning

253. Larry Fox – Creating “Outlays” from InlaysUsing Turquoise and Other Materials

254. Jim Preston – Using the Sorby Tool

255. Gale Greenwood – Off Center Turning

256. Jim Jaworski – Turned Goblets

257. Ron Phillips – Turning Square Platters

258. Al Mirman – Skew Techniques

259. Stuart Mortimer – Wet Turning with a difference

260. Allan Batty – Hand Thread Chasing

261. Irling Smith – Segmented Turning

262. Bill Zerby – Sharpening Techniques

263. Trent Bosch – Vessel Within a Vessel – AM Session

264. Trent Bosch – Vessel Within a Vessel – PM Session

265. Al Mirman – Chain Saw Use and Selection AND Janet Smith – Shop Safety

266. Ron Phillips – Lamp Table Construction AND Members – Jigs and Fixtures

267. Dale Nish – The Woodturners Masters Series – The Woodturners Mentor

268. Rude OsolnikWoodturners Masters Series – Dean of American Woodturners

269. Lyle Jamieson – Bowl basics – The Easy Way - Discs 1 & 2

270. Bill Grumbine – Turned Bowls Made Easy

271. Bill Grumbine – Beyond the Basic Bowl – Advanced Bowl Techniques

272. Ray Allen – Woodturning a Master of Segmented Bowls and Vessels

273. Binh Pho – Surface Design on Thin Wall Turning

274. Jimmy Clewes – Turn It Up – Vol. 1

275. Jimmy Clewes – Turn It Up – Vol.2

276. Jimmy Clewes – Turn It Up – Vol. 3

277. NMWT Members – Jigs and Fixtures 2008

278. Bill Kloepping – Pen Embellishment

279. Wood Turning Projects Vol I – Rex Burningham - Kip Christensen

280. Wood Turning Projects Vol II – Rex Burningham - Kip Christensen

281. Bowl Basics – Mike Mahoney

282. Fabulous Finial Box – Cindy Drozda

283. Skill-Building Projects – Mark St. Ledger

284. A Turning Tradition – Ray Huskey

285. Left Brain/Right Brain - Developing Signature Artwork Cindy Drozda – David Nittmann

286. Making  A Peppermill – Ted Sokolowski

287. Turning Projects From Scrap – Robert Rosand

288. International Turning Exchange 2006 – The Wood Turning Center

289. Intro To Bowl Turning – Russ Hurt

290. Bowl Turning Methods (Demo 08/09) – Irling Smith

291. Hand Chased Threads (Demo 09/09) – Al Mirman

292. Creating Creative Inlays – Larry Fox