Hi fellow woodturners, A special welcome to members of the Wisconsin Woodturners club who have now joined the Milwaukee Area Woodturners. Thanks for signing up and we all hope that together we can share our skills and expertise, and enjoy the friendship of fellow woodturners. This past Monday we were … Continue reading
We now have two more Board members. Eric Meigs and Michael Figueira have joined the MAWT Board. Eric and Mike were on the Wisconsin Woodturner’s Board and have volunteered to join and help MAWT with future projects, events and the normal club business. Welcome guys…and thanks! – Ron
Greg listed a number of ways to contact him when he demonstrated last Monday night: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gallegos.greg Instagram: naturalselectionstudio (https://www.instagram.com/naturalselectionstudio/) You can view and purchase his work on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/makye77 You can view and purchase his work on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/handmade/Natural-Selection-Studio
We are putting together the schedule of demonstrators for 2020, and the first 1/3 of the year is already filled! But don’t worry, that leaves seven meetings left to schedule. Is there something you have discovered that you are itching to share with the club? Contact Tony Rozendaal or Ron … Continue reading
Hi fellow members, We were all treated to a great demo by Lyndal Anthony describing the basics and the details of gouges and scrapers, their angles and their bevels, and how to use them to your advantage to help make turning easy and smooth. His presentation was helpful for beginners … Continue reading
Welcome all the new members! This post reviews what to expect as a member of the Milwaukee Area Woodturners. Newsletter Every month, within a week or so of the meeting, we automatically email links to one or more posts on the MAWT web site. There will always be a letter … Continue reading
Hi fellow MAWT members, Our June 3rd meeting featured Tony Rozendaal demonstrating numerous buffing techniques from pens to bowls. He made it look so easy and fortunately for members sitting in the front row, without a single item flying across the room. Once you master these techniques, your turnings will … Continue reading
Thanks to Andy Sykes, we have an updated photo that we will be using for Turn for Troops….
Thanks to David Drickhamer we have pictures for the May 2019 meeting. A selected sample appear below. See the Gallery page to see a complete list of all the photos that Dave submitted. Thanks Dave!!
To all members: Thanks to Jim Andresen for a great demonstration! With almost what seemed to be half of his work shop in the meeting area, he showed everyone how to cut segments using three different methods, numerous ways to glue and clamp, assemble everything, turn segmented discs only using … Continue reading