Red Oak Hollow

Woodturning, a joyful hobby making round things out of wood

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Academic mace

Patrick Henry College now has an academic mace

Antioch Maces

Antioch University requested a full size and a mini-mace

Antioch medallion

The brass medallion and the engraved walnut ring for the Antioch mace

Antioch Mini

This mace is only about 12" long, a mini-mace for Antioch University

Bias cuts

Cut off piece about three inches long at a 45 degree angle

Bistro post

Support for a bistro-style granite counter top extension in a new Virginia home

Bottom peg

This is the nub, or peg, left from where the tailstock live center was against the bottom.

Bowls from one special tree

Ten bowls from a special tree which lost a major branch in a storm. Click on picture for more info.

Centauro T5

This is the heart of the operation, allowing me to duplicate balusters, newels, table legs, and the like from a single pattern. It is much like a huge key-making machine with two cutting heads.

Chucked

Turned around and held by tenon in chuck

Completed spindle

In this case, a 6x6 table leg which looks like all the others

Delta closeup with labels

This is the Delta Midi-lathe which I have labeled for your information.

Demo tools

Larger-than-life wood woodturning tools for teachers and demonstrators

Determine diameter

Using calipers and parting tool to cut to diameter of each element before shaping

Dr. Bonicelli

Dr. Bonicelli carries the school's academic mace for the first time for graduation.
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