Custom Turning Overview

A wood-turned object begins as a rough block of wood. I choose the wood based on size and color. Each Individual piece of wood determines what that particular block is going to become: a pen, a tray, a bowl, etc. There are several steps involved in the woodturning process, such as cutting, shaping, sanding and finishing. All of this takes place on a machine called a lathe which turns the wood while it is being cut, hence the term “woodturning.” One of the final, yet crucial steps is removing the piece from the lathe.

Woodturning has been very satisfying for me. I have found great fulfillment in experimenting with new woods and complex projects, as well as providing my clients with innovative and imaginative pieces.

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