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Δείτε μερικά από τα λάθη αρχαρίων στον ξυλοτόρνο. Εάν θέλετε να προσθέσετε εργασία τόρνου στην ξυλουργική σας, αυτό είναι ένα εξαιρετικό μέρος για να ξεκινήσετε. Θα μοιραστώ μερικά βασικά και τι έμαθα γυρίζοντας κάθε έργο.  #woodturning #bottleopener
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  1. If you stabilize black palm, you are turning plastic vs turning palm. To turn Black palm, you have to realize that it is nothing but a bundle of weakly bonded fibers. The last thing you want to do is to scrape it. That guarantees tear out and usually very big tear outs. This material must be CUT not scraped. So if I were using the carbide tool that you have I would rotate the tool 45 degrees and essentially use it as a shear scraper which is really a shear CUTTER. I would always cut downhill so I am never lifting the ends of the fibers but rather cutting them down. So plan your cuts. If you cut uphill, you will tear out and sometimes explosively.

    My preference for most cuts is a skew that is sharp as a razor taking small well thought out cuts. I tend to take any tool that I use on palm and put it on a 45 degree angle if possible. I even rotate my roughing gouge to bring the palm blanks to square so that the cutting edge is at that nice shear cutting angle and cutting along the grain and not the grain slamming into the tool edge. It is a finesse cut where the actual cut of the fiber is extremely small because the tool edge is not on the bottom but the side.

    Depending on the tool you use, some shearing cuts will not be bevel supported cuts. So a light touch is essential but it will give you a smooth result without tear out. A big bowl gouge with closed face and a shear scrape angle to the work will perform magic on your palm blank. Try it!

    If you follow these guidelines, you can cut Black Palm and create cool stuff. I once turned a half domed pendant out of Black Palm and put it on one of my Pinterest boards with other pendants. It, over the years, has been the most popular pin from that board. I don't know why people like it so much but it attracts many people.

  2. I was given the advice to flood black palm with thin CA glue and allow to cure over night before turning,haven't tried it yet though…by the way I'm a new turner and just picked up my first lathe over the weekend,you have got my sub now,nice video and thanks for sharing.

  3. What you can do if something is prone to splitting, is cover the whole thing in a layer of CA adhesive.. It'll keep it strong and you can always sand it down after.

  4. something i saw another turner do is they placed the wood in and had the tailstock hold the wood as they tightened it to make sure it was held straight

  5. Theres no way that morse taper should have self spun in the lathe, in engineering lathes we were taught to put a piece of wood on a fully open drill chuck ( so you dont damage the chuck) and give it a tap to make it home in the morse taper slot. That should sort it,.

    I have been using lathes for years and have never had to hold a morse taper in with a bolt, the key way on the end of yours is for a drill press, it engages with a female slot in the shaft, then as you pull the drill down to remove you insert a metal wedge into a keyway to release the morse taper. the wedge holds the morse taper in the drill press to stop it spinning on thick metal or large drills etc. Morse morse tapers for wood lathes do not have this wedge on the end as there is no need.

  6. I recently turned some black palm and the only way to get a great finish is with the skew chisel and a long planing cut riding the bevel scraping does not work at all on the palm wood. Don't quit with the palm though it's lovely when you get the results from the skew with it.

  7. Nice work, I just found this video and I gotta say I'm LMAO, why you ask. BC a few years ago, early in my turning experience, I found this really cool bank, "black palm". The piece turned out well and was beautiful when finished, but I'll never buy another black palm again. Gotta love those grasses 🙂

  8. I am very very new to turning wood. I have learned more from you and your "Mistakes" than from dozens of other videos. Excellent work putting this together. You have a new subscriber! THANK YOU!!

  9. Hahaha. I’m watching but I went through the EXACT same thing with tightening the tail stock. I’m trying to tighten the belt thinking the belt is slipping. Haha the. I realized just like you did.

  10. Good video, not just someone that shows how it;s done, it shows you how its NOT done. What is a good lathe under $350.00 if any? anyone?