May 2009 Show & Tell Pictures

Paul Brockway


Paul turned this Draw Bore from Home Depot steel and Olive. It is oil finished.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Jack Budny


Jack made this Fundamental Machine for this month's challenge. Mallet made from ash with brass pins, unfinished.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Stephen Case-Pall


This is a Skew wood turning tool. The wood is Quinta. The finish is wax. This is made from an antique James Swan chisel.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.


This is a Skew wood turning tool. The wood is Quinta. The finish is wax. This is made from an antique James Swan chisel.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Dan Gallo


Dan build this Marble Lifting Machine project from Red Oak and Mahogany. It is finished in boiled linseed oil.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Gourlay


Catch of the Day The fish is carved from Butternut with a Dremel tool. It is mounted on driftwood, with minimal carving, and attached to an acrylic painted base. The finish is sanding sealer and acrylics.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.


Cupcakes is carved from Butternut, also with a Dremel tool after initial cuts on a band saw. (The paper plate is for the reality illusion). The finish is acrylics with Krylon matte finish.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.


Walking Stick #3 was made from a piece of donated, unknown, wood. It is finished with acrylics and Krylon matte finish.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Dave Hergesheimer


Dave made these 6 Flasks from Walnut and Ebony. The large piece is a piece of Arland wood. They are all finished with CA and Lacquer.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Wolfgang Ludeking


Oriental box from donated Bamboo and Ebony.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Gene Moutes


This Bandsaw Box is made from Birch and finished with Tung Oil.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

Bob Pollard


Bob built this Curtis P-40 Tomahawk from Red Oak and Pine dowel and a Beechwood base. The finish is linseed oil. The base is finished in light Oak stain. This is a model of the plane flown in China before WWI by the Flying Tigers.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.

W. Lee Truman


Lee turned this Bowl from pieces of Bloodwood and other various woods.
5/8/2009 Click on image to see closeup.