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After trying the "Yorkshire Grit" woodturner's abrasive paste, I just had to give a review on this product. I was very impressed with the results of this product. Click the links below for more information and ordering.

For ordering from the UK please use this link:
http://www.yorkshire-grit.com/

For ordering from the USA use this link:
http://www.thewalnutlog.com/
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Thanks to viewer's comments and personal research into Lichtenburg Fractal Woodburning. This video is a followup of my last video where my results were not as expected. This video covers everything I have learned to get really good results from this technique of woodburning
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Finishing up this series with turning the segmented vase and finish with Tung Oil and Paste Wax.

My segmenting sled video.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCFgyYYjJeg&list=PLGsnYf7PysCQVT7EYNfJCKXVZA8pWG0q8&index=3
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This video is a demonstration of how to get a high luster finish on acrylic cast in my last video. This project also talks about the different types of molds I have used and where to get the materials for making them. Here is a link to Alumilite's product page.
http://www.alumilite.com/store/pg/19-Products-Alumilite-Mold-Making-Casting-Materials.aspx
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Thanks Stephen, was really hoping to see how the blank turned out. Appreciate the product links as well. One more thing to learn on my new Grizzly. Cheers, Gord
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Repairing a bowed waste board and upgrading the spindle to a Makita trim router.
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Needing to test my longworth chuck. I began this project wanting to make a simple bowl form for testing. I began experimenting with the shape and finish and ended by ebonizing the inside and gold leafing a pinstripe on the outside. I really had a blast with this project.
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Nice shape. Love the inside. Where do you get the black lacquer 
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Getting ready to build my new Longworth Chuck I wanted an adjustable router trammel that can be a permanent jig for my shop. This is what I came up with. There are lots of videos on this subject and some are similar to mine. I am not claiming this simple design as my own.
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Great job brother. I am definitely going to make one of those. Thanks.
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Truly "Turning and Burning". In this video we will turn a natural edged Poplar bowl and use the Lichtenburg Fractal Woodburning methods to produce a one of a kind piece.

Tim Yoder's Lichtenburg project:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b__z2apE7dA

Building a Lichtenburg Wood Burner:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbNZ7NBXAMA
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very cool technique Stephen, enjoyed watching you do that. I had run across that same technique a while back, but the guy was using very thin plywood, and getting some amazing, lightning like patterns. Those burn patterns would also look very cool inlaid with Turquoise on a dark wood. Take care my friend.
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In response to requests from several viewers. This video shows my process of making silicone molds for woodworking and woodturning projects.
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This video shows my methods for casting acrylic for woodworking and turning projects. Including the products I use and my vacuum method for removing all the air from the blanks.

Alumilite casting resins, dyes, and mold making
http://www.alumilite.com/

Hobby Lobby "Amazing" casting resin.
http://www.hobbylobby.com/search/?text=casting+resin
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Thanks Stephen, have added this to the long list of stuff Stephen taught me that I've got to try soon.  Wonderful piece of instruction.  Cheers, Gord
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A very challenging project. Beginning with a badly spalted chunk of what used to be wood and turning a bowl complete to the finish.
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Great job as always brother.
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Finally I have not one but two Longworth Chucks to finish my bowl forms with. This is how I built them.

Thanks to Henrique Sampaio for his inspiring Longworth Chuck video. I decided to base my build on this video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iyk-L5QuuJ4
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That is a great build brother.
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Hello I am Stephen Ogle and am interested in networking with other woodworkers and woodturners.
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