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THE BERWICK PEN
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THE BULLET VASE....
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A LITTLE LIGHT RELIEF...
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A HANDLE ON HANDLES
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LATHE KNIVES ON MY ETSY
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A CUT ABOVE THE REST
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2 MINUTE TURN: A NICE DRIVE
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I MADE A POINT...
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My Little Thug....
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THE GENTLEMAN’S CANE
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2 MINUTE TURN: MURDER SHAVE
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CAR PAMPER DAY
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THE BEAST (TRAILER)
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THE MURDER PEN
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JINGLE ALL THE WAY...
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GIFTS FOR ANGELS
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THE POLKADOT PEN
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OOH BAMBOO!
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THE £2.20 SALT MILL
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GLOW PENDANTS
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DAD’S WALKING STICK
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SELF-POWERED SANDER
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Charnwood W821 Lathe
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THE LEATHER PENCIL
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ONE HANDLE, TWO TOOLS
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NOT AN €800 PEN
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Black Resin Test Pen
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A Turn For The Good
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TIDYING YOUR BOTTOM
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End Grain Rounds
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NOT SO SLIM SLIMLINE
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For Ashley Xx
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CL Woodturning
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60 MINUTE BOWL
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Comments

  • Dj Wilson
    Dj Wilson 5 days ago

    Anyone find a good supplier of cores? I'm finding them but getting pricey. Thanks for the tutorial!

  • barry kelly
    barry kelly 5 days ago

    cannot hear a word your saying shame it looks like you know what your doing

  • Jim C
    Jim C 12 days ago

    What?

  • Thomas DeLellis
    Thomas DeLellis 14 days ago

    when it become available i'll buy one -delellis12@verizon.net

  • headonz
    headonz 15 days ago

    What type of steel is the bar ?? Is it tool steel or just MS ??

  • leongt1954
    leongt1954 22 days ago

    Had to turne my volume up too full to hear whats being said but good vid none the less

  • Токарная Мастерская МЭЙД ин РАША

    Эксклюзив✌👍😊

  • Huw Davies
    Huw Davies 27 days ago

    Great looking piece Colin. Cheers, Huw

  • Carol Riley
    Carol Riley 28 days ago

    So lovely!

  • Angi MacLaren
    Angi MacLaren 28 days ago

    I really like the pen and stand. They both turned out very nice.

  • Dave Lodge
    Dave Lodge 28 days ago

    What is the pen kit?

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 28 days ago

      Dave Lodge hi Dave, it’s called the Handy Pen from www.pen-kits.co.uk

  • Miss Tee's Woodturning

    What a good idea. Love the use of driftwood 😀

  • Gord Rock
    Gord Rock 28 days ago

    Excellent! Nice looking handle, Colin.

  • Wayne the Woodturner

    Nice one Colin, look forward to using it

  • Токарная Мастерская МЭЙД ин РАША

    Я первый раз заметил что вы левша🙂👍

  • Carol Riley
    Carol Riley 29 days ago

    Gorgeous handle!

  • John Boulton
    John Boulton 29 days ago

    with regard to you Lathe knife , I have a cutter blade from an old planner, I would like to make one of your knives, but as this steel is very hard can you advise me on what drill I would need to make the screw hole. all the best JB UK

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 29 days ago

      John Boulton hi John, yes hardened and tempered with hole ready for the bars I make. You can easily make a bar to fit. Have a look at my Etsy for shape and so on... www.etsy.com/uk/shop/CLWoodturningStore Blades are £10 plus postage. Thanks

    • John Boulton
      John Boulton 29 days ago

      @CL Woodturning do you supply the blades finished tempered ready to, go if so can you please give the price, thank you

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 29 days ago

      John Boulton hi John, when I make the blades for the updated model I drill the screw hole before the steel is hardened and tempered as I, and you, will realise it is tremendously difficult to drill hardened tool steel. For your old blade I can only suggest clamping a piece of hardwood above the blade and drill through the wood and steel on a drill press, in one motion. The wood will stop the drill bit skating. Also start with a smaller diameter drill bit and work up, using lubricant continuously. If you continue to have difficulty, I can send you a blade which you can use to make a lathe knife.

  • Miss Tee's Woodturning

    Lovely handle Colin 😀 btw I couldn't find the video on making your sanding thingy. Do you have a link?

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 29 days ago

      Miss Tee's Woodturning sure... ru-clip.com/video/FOXmMOBCrW0/video.html

  • Miss Tee's Woodturning

    What a lovely thought and a beautiful stick to be proud of 😀

  • Carol Riley
    Carol Riley Month ago

    Lovely handle...I enjoy watching you use the lathe knife...I haven't mastered mine yet, but I will!

  • Wayne the Woodturner

    nicely done Colin, when are you sending me a knife to review😀

    • Wayne the Woodturner
      Wayne the Woodturner Month ago

      @CL Woodturning looking forward to trying it

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning Month ago

      Wayne the Woodturner sure am Wayne, should receive an Evolution in a week or so. Several blade metals to try too.

  • John Boulton
    John Boulton Month ago

    hi, very good video, one point, you said that the feral was brass, sorry but it looked more like copper to me. keep up the good work. JB UK.

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning Month ago

      John Boulton you’re dead right, slip of the tongue... copper ferrule from pipe fittings lol

  • Paul Orchard
    Paul Orchard Month ago

    Colin hi again, cannot wait to get my lathe knife, those are special tools!

  • Julian Clarke
    Julian Clarke Month ago

    Thanks Colin , great vid and great new tool. Regards Jules, Droitwich

  • Turkey Creek Knives

    So right the price is crazy have seen some here inter states running up to couple $100.00 I’m lucky that two brother in-laws where machinist so got bunch of tip sizes then got square or round stock for handles I don’t have $40.00 into 5 tools thanks for sharing

  • Chris Thomas
    Chris Thomas Month ago

    Good idea.

  • Steve Bateman
    Steve Bateman Month ago

    Brilliant, seems to polish the work as well. Good stuff. Cheers

  • Carlisle toon fan
    Carlisle toon fan 2 months ago

    Hi Colin Do you have a build sheet for this? Nice work Neil

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 2 months ago

      Carlisle toon fan sorry Neil, I don’t but I can sketch one up for you. Email me at clwoodturning@icloud.com and I’ll try and send some info. Col

  • Mark Hazlewood
    Mark Hazlewood 2 months ago

    Horrible sound quality. Wear a body mic and speak clearly.

  • Fred Coombs
    Fred Coombs 2 months ago

    Just wasted 33 minutes of my life, most boring video on resin pouring i've seen.

    • Fred Coombs
      Fred Coombs 2 months ago

      @CL Woodturning Hahaha

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 2 months ago

      Fred Coombs no

    • Fred Coombs
      Fred Coombs 2 months ago

      @CL Woodturning Oh i did don't worry about that. Do everyone a favour and don't make anymore videos.

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 2 months ago

      Fred Coombs ... skip ahead?

  • DONALD 2020
    DONALD 2020 2 months ago

    You just saved me a lot of money! Starting on three different cutting types tomorrow and there’s no doubt I’ll finish all three before dark ! Thanks!

  • Fir La
    Fir La 2 months ago

    Have you ever used a quality carbide tool before? You are using a piece of carbide that is designed for a planer/ jointer and a screw that is incorrect for the tip. A guaranteed way of achieving a poor finish. I’m all for saving money but this is a very bad example of a carbide wood turning tool. Unfortunately quality tools aren’t made in an hour for about 4 quid. It’s like comparing a fiesta to a Ferrari and making the statement that they both go from a to b!

  • Carlisle toon fan
    Carlisle toon fan 2 months ago

    Ordered my standard knife yesterday...i can't wait to use it...fabulous idea, any plans to make the Russian hollowing hook tool/knife??

    • Carlisle toon fan
      Carlisle toon fan 2 months ago

      @CL Woodturning Can't wait Colin..keep up the great work.....I'll order as soon as available:)

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 2 months ago

      Carlisle toon fan hi thanks for the order, I sure do have ideas for the hollowing tool and once I have time to refine I’ll post here eventually. Take care, Colin

  • Paul Orchard
    Paul Orchard 2 months ago

    Still waiting for mine, cannot find any other way to contact you

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 2 months ago

      Paul Orchard it’s coming Paul but sorry, in the UK it is night when I received your message.

  • Robert Cornelius
    Robert Cornelius 3 months ago

    But we must buy new to support the Globalists.

  • Edwin Leach
    Edwin Leach 3 months ago

    Great idea. I like it.

  • Siam Wood Shop
    Siam Wood Shop 3 months ago

    Your workshop is an accident waiting to happen, best get your electrics safely installed and guards on your grinder.

  • Rebel Turner
    Rebel Turner 3 months ago

    Great job. Awesome idea as said before.

  • garo nick
    garo nick 3 months ago

    I enjoy making tools and jigs as much as I enjoy turning , A LOT you can make yourself !

  • Abdul Hafiz
    Abdul Hafiz 3 months ago

    Very poor audio.

  • Gord Rock
    Gord Rock 3 months ago

    Brilliant Colin. Absolutely brilliant! Thanks for sharing! Take care, .....Gord

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Gord Rock hey Gord, you ok bud!! Thanks so much!

  • Paul Orchard
    Paul Orchard 3 months ago

    Very nice Colin, I’ll bet dad is showing it off at the bowls club now!

  • Pete Beardsley
    Pete Beardsley 3 months ago

    Fabulous job Colin and quite a simple process too. Thanks for sharing buddy.

  • 6818015
    6818015 3 months ago

    Hi, great video...I had no problems with sound...please could you tell me what glue you used when filling with sawdust...the clear liquid one... Cheers John

  • Khyber - Noetic Flux
    Khyber - Noetic Flux 3 months ago

    Thanks! just getting into turning, just earned a sub.

  • ddurango00
    ddurango00 3 months ago

    Great video and well made pressure pot. I have tried a couple of small resin pieces and had similar bubbles. So a pressure pot is in my near future. Sorry to hear about the loss of your Father. My Father is my favorite man on earth and will miss him when he is gone.

  • T Lum
    T Lum 3 months ago

    Your audio gain was so low I simply couldn't hear you. The opening music was audible. Did you even watch and LISTEN to your own video? So I just made this comment and left.

  • Said Choucair
    Said Choucair 3 months ago

    It's very nice to see a father teaching his son what he knows ... Beautiful example ... A big hug from Brazil to you. Said Choucair

  • François Wognum
    François Wognum 3 months ago

    I love your workshop, it's almost as tidy as mine!! 😂 😂 😂

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      François Wognum .... its an operating theatre for wood 😂

  • Glenn May
    Glenn May 3 months ago

    Hello, I agree. The process is simple. I noticed that you cut the notch square into the bar. If you angle the notch slightly down towards the end, then you will have emulated the "negative rake" cutter. What's more, the flat surface cutter can be resharpened by hand on a diamond card; something I would not want to to try on a negative rake cutter. On the other hand, everyone deserves to make a living and if there are those out there not getting bitter and twisted supporting the manufacturer's somewhat elevated retail prices, well, they should of course be allowed to do so. Regards, Glenn :-)

  • Oversight
    Oversight 3 months ago

    You need to check the decibel levels when you edit your videos!! That was painful with headphones on!! When I have to turn up my headphones up to 75% to hear you talk then at (5:09) a 4 1/2 inch grinder kicks in at a major increased recorded volume. just not good.

  • Matthew Carpenter
    Matthew Carpenter 3 months ago

    I made a set of 2 last year and just a few months ago I made my third one with a round cutter. I love your presentation! Your real-time concept is spot on. I used square steel bar stock for mine though. I made two halves of my handle with a dado cut down the center to fit my bar stock. I am going to absolutely save you link. On the Facebook groups there is alway a new woodturner asking how to make these!

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Matthew Carpenter cheers Matthew, great stuff!!

  • Mary Immesberger
    Mary Immesberger 3 months ago

    ‘K

  • Paul Orchard
    Paul Orchard 3 months ago

    Colin, why not round out and dress the bulk of the ring before separation?

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Paul Orchard ... yeah I should have done that lol ... probs too impatient haha....

  • Julian Clarke
    Julian Clarke 3 months ago

    Hi Colin, would methylated spirits work or would the purple colour affect it? Regards Jules

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Julian Clarke hi bud, I thought this but more the odour would be horrendous rather than the colour... I doubt the colour would show once on the piece... the shellac blonde or dark gives the overall colour when applied. I’ve used the Isopropyl Alcohol 99.9% and works perfectly well. Look at www.hexchemonline.co.uk and see what they have. Still takes a good 48 hours to dissolve a strong mix, sooner if you strap it to your chuck on slow spin lol!

  • Moon Woodworks
    Moon Woodworks 3 months ago

    Great looking bowl. Loved seeing you teach your son.

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Moon Woodworks thank you, that little star is actually my son but same, it was lovely to do this with him.

  • Paul Orchard
    Paul Orchard 3 months ago

    Great to see, young Sam being taught by Popa,and good advice, stay away from the chuck, it will take off fingers!

    • Paul Orchard
      Paul Orchard 3 months ago

      Young Sams generation will one day inherit our world, our skills must be passed on!

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Paul Orchard it’s lovely to do stuff like that, keeps them off their tablets for a bit lol. His smile at the end says it all!

  • Phillip Owens
    Phillip Owens 3 months ago

    The audio quality was so poor I quit watching after only a couple of minutes, the video quality was also somewhat degraded and it would be valuable if the moderator would speak up a little and not mumble so much!

  • Paul Orchard
    Paul Orchard 3 months ago

    Colin hi, what is etsy and how can I find you, do you have a web page?

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Paul Orchard it’s a craft selling site, loads of hand made stuff.. www.etsy.com/uk/shop/CLWoodturningStore Thank you

  • Paul Orchard
    Paul Orchard 3 months ago

    Very nice Colin, would love to purchase one if you still make them. I will make my own eventually but have many projects, some on decreasing timelines to finish first! Send me your contact email so we can organize purchase, please!!!

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Paul Orchard no worries Paul, email is CLWoodturning@icloud.com and my Etsy store is www.etsy.com/uk/shop/CLWoodturningStore Thank you

  • Tyler Wood
    Tyler Wood 3 months ago

    Well if only I had seen this video two weeks ago. I just got them in. But I WILL be making more down the road. Good video BTW

    • Jonas Dieltiens
      Jonas Dieltiens 18 days ago

      Me too, dammit!

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Tyler Wood thanks Tyler, I’m doing another soon with a neat idea for detailing... when I get some time lol

  • Paul Orchard
    Paul Orchard 3 months ago

    Well done Colin, you just saved me heaps, been interested in a set of carbide turning chisels for ages but the cost slowed me down! By the way, love your workshop, tiny, dysfunctional,untidy but you don’t search for anything!

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Paul Orchard cheers Paul... it really gets my back up to see people buying something which just has a massive Mark-up by the seller... top brands should be charging around £30 for a single long handle carbide chisel. It’s all made on a machine anyway, even the handles are made on duplicators... they’ll be able to buy 10,000 tips for a few pennies each.. and so on... I totally understand other products are priced at what they are but these carbide tools, really nasty to unsuspecting new turners. ... my workshop is class haha... it’s been ruined with making all the Russian knives over the last two months... everything is black with grinding dust lol Cheers man!

  • mikhail2400
    mikhail2400 3 months ago

    What type of skew are you using in this video? (around 22 mins) Ive seen one before but have yet to see them for sale any where. Great tip on the carbide tools, thanks!

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      michael burkhalter hi Michael yeah that video is becoming quite a classic... the Russian pro turners make it all look too easy... on hard woods I use I don’t get the ribbons coming off like they do but then no Tool would tbh. There are a couple who regularly post in here who I really admire... they seem to produce perfect repetitive work with VERY limited means which i truly admire. I can though use a variety of cuts with the chisel that I wouldn’t try with my skew. Thanks for your msg, really appreciate it.

    • mikhail2400
      mikhail2400 3 months ago

      @CL Woodturning Thanks for the link ill be buying one of yours soon. It was in vids of how to make the Russian dolls where I first saw the lathe knife and they could do amazing things with them.

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Paul Orchard go for it! I find them way more comfortable and intuitive to use than my skew..

    • Paul Orchard
      Paul Orchard 3 months ago

      My guess was it was home made, Colin just confirmed that, it is nice, I might try it with an old spokeshave blade, I have one from a broken tool!

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      michael burkhalter hi Michael, it is based on a Russian tool called a Lathe Knife. I make them and have subsequently designed one with removable tip.... please look at my other videos on them and my Etsy store to see the models I sell. Thank you! www.etsy.com/uk/shop/CLWoodturningStore

  • Pete Beardsley
    Pete Beardsley 3 months ago

    Awesome! I like your style sir. I've been toying with this idea for quite a while, but I think the time has come to action it. What kind of steel are you using? At that price I'm guessing mild steel? Thanks for the inspiration dude!

    • Pete Beardsley
      Pete Beardsley 3 months ago

      @CL Woodturning Cheers dude. I did think mild steel might be a bit "flimsy." Stainless it is then!

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Pete Beardsley woah thanks Pete, it’s stainless bar, 8mm... mild steel would be too flexible at 8mm I think. Links to cheap carbides are in video notes. Cheers man!

  • HomemadeTools.net Website

    Good work!

  • Huw Davies
    Huw Davies 3 months ago

    Hi Colin, How deep did you drill the hole for the bar to go into the handle? Cheers, Huw

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Huw Davies aww thanks Huw my pleasure. I’m going to follow up with a simple method for the diamond detailing tool and also how to make the radius square into a point Tool which may be some help to people. Glad your EWT purchase wasn’t too bad.... careful, bandits about ;-)

    • Huw Davies
      Huw Davies 3 months ago

      @CL Woodturning Thanks Colin. I have bought some carbides, including Easy Wood Tools (from eBay so price was better), but will now make my own. Thanks for the video which has given me the confidence to make my own. cheers, Huw

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Huw Davies I usually work on 1/3 tang... this one I think I was deeper tbh... the bar overall was around 20-22cm, the tang ended up to be around 8-10cm... this be was only an 8mm bar so happy to keep it shorter... other tools I make with 15mm bar I can happily use the 1/3 tang rule.

  • TheFalconJetDriver
    TheFalconJetDriver 3 months ago

    your audio gain is so low I can not hear you, I hate to say. I agree with you I made my carbide turning tools out of 1/2 inch square bar stock. the carbide bits cost more than the steel.

  • Juan Pepper
    Juan Pepper 3 months ago

    Nice job and a good way of not spending your money.

  • Thomas Garrison
    Thomas Garrison 3 months ago

    Great video, I'm from the USA, I can buy a 12.7mm square steel bar, ½' x ½" x 48", from Rural King or Tractor Supply for $9US, it will make three 16" bars!

    • Thomas Garrison
      Thomas Garrison 3 months ago

      @CL Woodturning eBay.com is a online market place, kinda like amazon.com

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Thomas Garrison awesome.... every time I see that company.. what is it... simple wood tools or summit... I want to send a link ;-)

    • Thomas Garrison
      Thomas Garrison 3 months ago

      @CL Woodturning My carbides are on the way, by a slow boat from China, I got them from eBay!

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Thomas Garrison I have a link in desc for cheap carbides... you’ll be able to fine on amazon.com too

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Thomas Garrison sure, will be perfect!

  • Dosbomber
    Dosbomber 3 months ago

    Now that you mention it, they do seem quite expensive for what they are...

  • Chris Lloyd
    Chris Lloyd 3 months ago

    Please, please turn off your radio - makes understanding what you say much harder.

  • Alan Mullock
    Alan Mullock 3 months ago

    Nice one Colin,saving money is one of my favourite pastimes too!!👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

  • OldManTony
    OldManTony 3 months ago

    Great idea. I’ve been thinking of trying some carbide tools, so this is a brilliant way of doing it.

  • Alan Russell
    Alan Russell 3 months ago

    Can you make me one Colin please you made a lathe knife for me not so long ago

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Alan Russell sent you some pics in Etsy mate.

    • Alan Russell
      Alan Russell 3 months ago

      Top man can’t wait let me know when you have posted. Cheers Colin

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Alan Russell hey bud, sure can.. I have your addy so no worries. Same as one in video pretty much exact? Not a problem. I’ll send and we can sort any coin later once you’ve used it and are happy, not a worry.

  • Stephen Swail
    Stephen Swail 3 months ago

    Nice one.I timed the tool build at 21 minutes.

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Stephen Swail haha yeah I messed around a bit on the handle and (deliberately) didn’t have all the steel parts/tools at hand all set up lol.... I’ve removed a couple of mm from the bar end and the little thing is awesome for certain jobs... seriously simple...cheers bud!!

  • Miss Tee's Woodturning

    Great video Colin. I've made 2 carbide tip tools both from square stock from my local B&Q. Even with buying the correct drill & tap from my local engineering supplier they still worked out at next to nothing. I did buy a carbide hooked hollowing tool from Glen Teagle but at roughly £35 it wasn't expensive. With the one I got from you I now have 4. All very useful additions to my tool kit. There's no need to buy expensive carbides when you can make your own with a hacksaw & an electric hand drill which is all I had when I made my first one a year ago.

  • Lou Jacobs
    Lou Jacobs 3 months ago

    Wonderful! I’m sitting in Heathrow waiting for a flight home to Maryland. Will make one soon after I get home. Thanks!

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Lou Jacobs cheers Lou! Any help I can give, just ask.

  • James Byron, Tie Dye Woodturner

    Excellent video Colin. Woodturning is expensive so making your own tools is a no brainer

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      James Byron, Tie Dye Woodturner cheers James!

  • Billy Croft 11
    Billy Croft 11 3 months ago

    Sub to my channel billycroft11

  • Billy Croft 11
    Billy Croft 11 3 months ago

    Why

  • Jimmie Porter At Stuart Arts

    I love it that you have your boy working on it. He will never forget. And a lovely bowl as well...

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Jimmie Porter At Stuart Arts thanks ever so much, Jimmie

  • Jim Halbert
    Jim Halbert 3 months ago

    Make more bowls please

  • Jim Halbert
    Jim Halbert 3 months ago

    What can bowl do

  • Jim Halbert
    Jim Halbert 3 months ago

    I like this bowl thingy

  • Jim Halbert
    Jim Halbert 3 months ago

    What is it?

  • mick ruhdorf
    mick ruhdorf 3 months ago

    great to see the skills being passed on , well done, nanna will love it even more for his involment .

  • Ashley Taylor
    Ashley Taylor 3 months ago

    Heather will love it. Well done Samuel XX 😘

  • Keith Tregidgo
    Keith Tregidgo 3 months ago

    great combined effort,

  • Roger Behnke
    Roger Behnke 3 months ago

    Great to see a family working on projects together. Do you have any information to share about the sander shown in the video? It looks like an inline skate wheel.

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Roger Behnke thanks Roger, yes I made a video some time ago... it’s a scooter wheel.. ru-clip.com/video/FOXmMOBCrW0/video.html

  • Julian Clarke
    Julian Clarke 3 months ago

    Great job Sam

  • larry martin
    larry martin 3 months ago

    Turn off the radio. Its distracting.

    • Ashley Taylor
      Ashley Taylor 3 months ago

      Well, there’s always one. Wouldn’t take any notice, bloody stupid thing to complain about. Never heard anything so ridiculous. Keep on doing what your doing, can’t beat a bit of radio 4 😉

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Ashley Taylor well said... I haven’t showed my son that comment, he’d be gutted.

    • Ashley Taylor
      Ashley Taylor 3 months ago

      Seriously, beautiful video of a father and son doing something they love. 12 year old boy making a bowl for his grandmother and you want to complain about the radio. Your negative comments are distracting can we turn you off? Idiot

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      larry martin no, lol, never

  • Carol Riley
    Carol Riley 3 months ago

    Lovely bowl!

  • Rick Palechuk
    Rick Palechuk 3 months ago

    Good job! Turned out really nice. Thanks for sharing, Cheers

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Rick Palechuk thanks Rick, my boy really enjoys this stuff, makes me very proud.

  • Ernest Boatwright
    Ernest Boatwright 3 months ago

    Great looking bowl nice work

  • Alan Mullock
    Alan Mullock 3 months ago

    Nicely done lads!👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

  • Wayne the Woodturner
    Wayne the Woodturner 3 months ago

    Brilliant Colin, got to get the next generation involved

  • Patrick Hoggard
    Patrick Hoggard 3 months ago

    That's a proud little man. Great job. He will never forget that.

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Patrick Hoggard thanks Patrick... keeps him from his PS4 for an hour or two.. he loves making the odd piece. This one probably his biggest.

  • Gayle Williams
    Gayle Williams 3 months ago

    Very nice!!!

  • Angi MacLaren
    Angi MacLaren 3 months ago

    The bowl is beautiful. Great job Samuel.

  • Julian Clarke
    Julian Clarke 3 months ago

    Lovely job Colin. What wood did you use? Jules Droitwich Spa

    • CL Woodturning
      CL Woodturning 3 months ago

      Julian Clarke hi Julian..this was VERY stubborn French Oak.... very old too, probs 30yrs dry but not sealed hence all the cracks lol. Thanks!