Announcements

Next meeting will be Tuesday, December 11, 7 pm

Holiday party and gift exchange
Setup 5:30 pm
Appetizers 6:30 pm
Pot luck dinner 7:00 pm
Gift Exchange
Ornament Raffle
Location: Sunnyvale Seventh Day Adventist Church
653 W Fremont ave, Sunnyvale
Directions

 

Upcoming Events

Tuesday January 8
Program: Review of Christmas turnings
President's challenge: Natural edge bowl or platter

Tuesday February 12
Program: Dave Vannier - Beading
President's challenge: A turning with chattering

March 15 2019 » March 17
Oregon Woodturning Symposium
Location: Albany, Oregon

Past Club Meeting:

Barry Uden - Natural edge with bark

Barry

Barry turned a natural edge piece, showing the proper handling of a gouge and scraper. Using the gouge, contact the intermittent edge of the bark with a shearing action. Grind the scraper with negative rake to avoid catching.
See demo photos here
See Meeting photos here

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See more Past Meetings in the archive here

Past Demonstrations

Sam Angelo - Sunday September 9 2018

Sam

Sam's presentation was mostly about decoration. He described and demonstrated techniques such as:
-Faux gold metal leaf application
-Metal reactive paint application
-Use of gilt cream
-Texturing using various tools
-Use of dye to color from the inside of a closed form bowl

Demonstration photos are here. There are a large number but they are in sequence of the demo.

decor

Trent Bosch - Wood Sculptor/Turner
Saturday May 19 2018

Trent

Trent is a master of wood turning combined with the artistry of carving and decoration.
He turned a hollow form which he carved to look like a flower bud into which he inserted an internal piece using boiling water and balloon trickery. Hollowing was done using a camera and video monitor to locate the cutting edge inside the piece.
He turned a platter, the edge of which he carved using a variety of air driven cutting, grinding and sanding tools.
He turned a bowl, the side of which he decorated using another variety of tools.

Demonstration photos are here. There are a large number but they are in sequence of the demo.


See more Past Demonstrations in the archive here