The AAW has upgraded their website. If you are a member of the AAW you have probably received several emails on this. I had trouble signing onto the new website and had to call the toll free number for assistance (Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (CST) at … Continue reading
Hi fellow MAWT members, Next time you have that scrap of punky wood and are ready to toss it into the garbage, consider stabilizing and casting. Curt VanWeelden explained the ins and outs of transforming a piece of wood destined for the fireplace into a spectacular finished bowl, globe, pen … Continue reading
AAW is delighted to introduce its newest Vision 2020 initiative – Demonstrator Direct, an easy-to-use, online tool designed to help facilitate connections between AAW chapters and demonstrators. With Demonstrator Direct, your chapter can find registered demonstrators by name, location, experience level, and presentation topics. Your chapter can get demonstrator information … Continue reading
This tip on Protecting Wood from Chuck Jaws is by Bill Fordney. It comes from the Woodturning Chatter section of the October 2012 issue of American Woodturner. Click here to read the tip. This tip is also posted to the Resources page under the Club tab on this website.
The AAW has shared an article by Mike Peace on the use of woodworm screws and screw chucks. A link to the article is below: Woodworm Screws
The AAW has provided an article which shows three different gauges to use for measuring the thickness of material in bowl bottoms. The article has been added to the downloads available. Download here.