Here is a list of all the postings dennis wake has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: natural edged ash bowl|
here is my latest bowl as a blank it had bark on one side of it so decided to turn it as a natural edge bowl. it is about 7x3 in size. all comments welcome.
|Thread: thin walled bowl|
I seen this blank that really had no or very little caricature so decided to turn it as thin as I could. here is the bowl finished at about 3mm thick and in places you can see the light through it. all comments welcome.
|Thread: clowning around|
I don't know Robby you always clowning about. looks even better when you see it in the flesh.
|Thread: First turning of 2015|
hope the post man delivers a sack full of goodies to the owner of this box Derek. well turned
|Thread: christmas greetings|
and the same to you as well Robby. health wealth and happiness to you all.
|Thread: identification of hardwood|
welcome to the forum. if it was from a boat yard it is a good chance that it is iroko this is very dense. it is a member of the teak family and a good timber for boat building.
I hope this is of help to you.
|Thread: Help! My workshop is infested by mice|
don't leave them together over night they will reproduce and then you will have a problem. look good.
|Thread: segmented turning demo.|
just received photos from my demo the other week so posted some of them. they are progressive shots throughout the demo and they are here if any one would like to view them **LINK**
her are a few to wet your appetite
|Thread: Two more boxes|
looking good there Derek.
|Thread: segmented turning demo.|
if I was closer I would of done a demo for your club.
thank you Robby glad you enjoyed it as for charging I don't think I am that good as yet.
thank you for the compliments. yes I am finding it easier to do the demos. it is the start that gets me all the waiting around but as soon as I get going and settle down then I am ok. I have done 3 close segment demos now 2 at our club and one at another club. it is harder at your own club as they all know you and can baric you and get away with it ( to a degree that is).
last night I did a wood turning demo at our club. it was on closed segment turning. it took about 2 hrs. it took me about 3 months to prepare for it this is only my 3rd demo I have done. this is the finished vase hope every one that was there enjoyed it.
all comments welcome.
|Thread: Toybox seat WIP|
looks good there mailee
|Thread: The North of England Woodworking and Power Tool Show|
I am going on the sunday may get to see you there.
|Thread: teak rememberance bowl.|
thank you for your comments. yes I am a Falkland's veteran in the Royal navy. I have been down the Falkland's 3 times now. during the conflict then the next year as guard ship for all the bereaved families that went down to pay respects to there loved ones. then in 1986/87 just before I left the Navy.
thank you for your comments and the help you did in producing the earlier bowl to give me the idea in the first place.
the grain direction was a no brainer as soon as I laid the meddle in you could see which way showed the meddle to its best.
thank you Julian
this is going to be set out as a wall plaque and put up on the wall near to where I sit.
thank you Robby and Ron
your comments welcome.
I 1982 I was in the royal navy and a Falklands veteran. over the years I have remembered all who fell in my own little way. well a few months ago I found a meddle for doing the Falklands half marathon that I did in 1987. not knowing exactly what to do with this I put it to the side and pondered about it. well Derek Laine had give me an idea not so long ago he did a bowl with a metallic insert so I decided to use the meddle as a centre of this teak bowl so here is the outcome. my little remembrance bowl. thank you Derek. all comments welcome.
Edited By dennis wake on 21/10/2014 20:23:17
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