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BB_bodger_cup.JPGturning a cup12 viewsTurning an end-grain cup on a pole lathe. This required some specialized hook tools.dlarue
BB_bodger_setup.JPGdemo area11 viewsOne of the spindle turning demo setups. Two shave horses, a hewing bench, and two lathes.dlarue
BB_classes.JPGgreenwood classes13 viewsthe two days prior to the Bodgers Ball had a lot of courses in the big marquee.dlarue
BB_cleft_gates.JPGcleft gates6 viewsone of the bodgers riving chestnut for gates.dlarue
IMG_20160830_200027.jpgnew pole lathe up and running29 viewsbased on Mike Abbott's Pole Lathe 2000 and numerous lathes seen at the Bodger's Balldlarue
Hulot_bodgers_muddle.jpgHulot's Bodger's muddle from 1775107 viewsbwelch
100_0541.JPGwalnut bowl103 viewsHere I am making a hash of a bowl blank on my pole lathe.dlarue
polelathes.JPGPole Lathes & Shaving Horses120 viewsHere's some of the setup at the gathering. Lots of lathes and lots of fun!dlarue
spatula.JPGspatula100 viewsHere's another of Dave Fleming's quick projects that he uses to entertain the Masses and pay for his booth at shows. It's a spatula made from cherry. Once the handle is completed, he takes it to she shaving horse and thins down the blade. It took him like 6 minutes to make this. Mine took half an hour, and looks like a laundry paddle :^(dlarue
screwchuck.JPGscrew chuck124 viewsDave Fleming is making a candlestick using a screw chuck on his pole lathe. The right hand centre is mounted using a stub he fits into the brass candle holder insert. The wood is Yew.dlarue
candlestick.JPGcandlestick87 viewsDave Fleming made this on his pole lathe in only a few minutes using a screw chuck. dlarue
11_pen.jpgCompleted pen110 viewsIt ended up being mostly beech anyways. The ugliest pen I have ever made, but probably the most fun. Well, the solid pewter one was quite fun too, but that's another story...dlarue
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