Mark (TheCraftsmansPath.com) on December 18th, 2011

I’ve created a 4 part video series of myself turning a hollow form using green Cherry wood.  The videos show the complete process starting with a rough chunk of green Cherry, roughing it out, finalizing the outside shape and hollowing the inside.  Click on each video below to view.

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Mark (TheCraftsmansPath.com) on October 4th, 2010

Well, the best laid plans to blog after each day of classes with Binh Pho at the Marc Adams School of Woodworking did not really pan out.  Sorry about that.  There was just too much going on and I was spending nights either in the shop or working on design ideas for pieces – and […]

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Mark (TheCraftsmansPath.com) on September 27th, 2010

Today was the my first day of class on turning Thin Walled Vessels and Surface Design with Binh Pho at the Marc Adams School of Woodworking. The morning started with a demonstration by Binh on turning a thin walled open bowl and the afternoon was left for students to try their hands at the techniques […]

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Mark (TheCraftsmansPath.com) on September 15th, 2010

I am once again going off on a trip to visit the Marc Adams School of Woodworking. You’ll recall that I took my first class there (or anywhere, for that matter) last year when I built a Cherry Huntboard. I described the activities of that week in a series of posts starting here. This year […]

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Mark (TheCraftsmansPath.com) on May 11th, 2010

Once again, it’s Woodworkers Safety Week for 2010.  Because there is a lot of content about safety with other power tools and hand tools, I thought I’d cover safety with another tool in the shop that can sometimes be underestimated with respect to its potential dangers. So, in this post I’ll discuss the safety at […]

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