Woodturning with Brian Clifford at
The Woodturner's Workshop
These pages are provided as a resource for woodturners. They will be
developed,and added to, as time goes on. (More information: about this site)


Ashley Iles
Ashley Iles turning tools can be purchased on-line here.
I have been using Ashley Iles tools for 20 years. In all of that period I have found their tools to be of the highest quality and their customer service to be exemplary. So I am very pleased to be able to offer their tools on this site.
Brian Clifford
Browse the tool sales area
You can return to this page whenever you wish.





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The author
Introduction To Woodturning
An e-book for beginners

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General articles
1. How dry is my wood?
How to determine the moisture
content of your wood without a meter.

2. Creative woodturning


3. Marketing woodturning skills
Introduction
Marketing turnery
Pricing woodturnery


Useful reference information
1. A bibliography of woodturning
2. An interactive glossary of terms
used in woodturning


Widgets/gizmos
A bowl turning attachment
A folding tool rest
A thickness gauge
Bevel angle checkers
A sharpening system

The Galleries:
Bowls and other vessels
Natural edge vases
Natural edge goblets
Other goblets
Composite hollow forms
Some boxes
Sculptural pieces
Clocks


Video clips
The 'V' cut
Cutting a bead.
Cutting a cove.
Squaring the end of a spindle turning.
Rounding the end of a spindle turning.
Go to video clips
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My workshop
Visit my workshop

Projects
1. Natural edge goblets
2. A hand mirror
3. A simple box
4. A baby's rattle
5. Wind chimes
6. A Windsor stool
7. Roll holders & mug trees


Useful accessories
1. Sanding disk
2. Polishing mop

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Trees, wood and people
Some views about the importance of trees - in the past, today and tomorrow.

General information
About this site
Copyright notice
FAQs
Table of updates
What people say
Links to other sites


PDF files
1. Introduction To WT
2. Projects etc.




Last update: 7 Febuary 2005
Brian Clifford (March 1999)
Lincolnshire, England
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