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 Maine Woodturners

Wednesday

Please note that we are meeting on the fourth Wednesday on April.

April 26, 2017

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

 

Our April meeting is schedule for the 26th, in the common room at

Erskine Academy, 6:30 for show and tell photos and conversation.

 

Al is working to get just the right demonstrator who will launch us into the spring and summer months inspired to turn and create. He’ll have more in a week or so.

 

 

 

Just a nugget of golden thoughts.

 

Have you ever tried to make a mallet and the head just didn’t seem right. Well take a look at this article and see the errors of your ways. The important part is about half way into this article is the section on shaping the head of a mallet.

Mallet Head Angle

and from the “American Woodworker”

https://books.google.com/books?id=CfYDAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA31#v=onepage&q&f=false

Just so you have a little background when someone asks you, “Why is that this way?”.

 

 

 We still need a Vice President.

Is it your time to step up and take a leadership role in the chapter. Is it your time to get some insights on how a chapter helps you become a better turner and how you can help others turn safely and effectively.

Then talk to Al or Brian or Lanny or Ken about how their time as officers in the Maine Woodturners has made them better turners; better craftsmen.

Have the conversation today and change your life and the life of the Maine Woodturners too.


 Are you showing your turnings at Fairs and Craft shows this season.

Share that information with us.

 

To submit your event(s) click the button

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We are the Maine Woodturners:

 a dedicated group of folks who share an abiding passion for turning.

A local chapter of the American Association of Woodturners.



Current and Up Coming Events

Six new Links have been added and we would like your impressions of them. Use the “CONTACT US” tab at the top of this page to let use know what you think.

Have you ever seen a woodturning video that you’d like  other members to watch and maybe comment about, but you didn’t know how to share the information?

Well, we have added a page for just that idea.

Open the “Ask Me a Question” Tab insert the necessary information, copy the web site address (URL) from the web site to this email and send it.

You’ll find it under the “RESOURCES” tab and the “VIDEO LINKS” page.

Just to start us off here are three Videos on:

Shear Scrapping.

Being an active member of the Maine Woodturners means finding a level of participation that you are comfortable with and can be of help to other turners.

Have you turned an Eagle Cane adapter- check it out

Eagle Cane Project

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