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wheelinround
29th Nov 2010, 10:47 PM
I thought I'd create this thread for those who are interested in Ornamental Turning a series of links etc. There are many more out there.:2tsup:

History of Ornamental Turning Holtzapffel.org - A catalog and history of Holtzapffel lathes - Home (http://holtzapffel.org/)

Books Holtzapffel.org - A catalog and history of Holtzapffel lathes - Books and Publications (http://holtzapffel.org/holtzapffel-publications.html)

A Forum members machine http://www.woodworkforums.com/f22/first-timer-76467/#post779291

Beware these are large files to open and download
Tutorial Videos by Yo Yo Spin Home of YoYoSpin.com (http://yoyospin.com/tutorials/)

Work by Members of SOT Gallery (http://www.ornamentalturning.co.uk/gallery.htm)

Links to many sites Ornamental Turning Service 3 (http://www.ornamentalturning.co.uk/links.htm)

Edit better put a link to Ornamental Turners Australia Group (http://www.pnc.com.au/%7Ek_j/otga/)

Enjoy

Nai84
29th Nov 2010, 11:13 PM
AAAAWWWWWWWHHHHHHHH Ray just the fix I need till I am all better and get stuck into it :2tsup::2tsup::2tsup::2tsup::2tsup: you are a champion

Ian:cool:

Edwards
6th Dec 2010, 10:05 AM
I thought I'd create this thread for those who are interested in Ornamental Turning a series of links etc. There are many more out there.:2tsup:

History of Ornamental Turning Holtzapffel.org - A catalog and history of Holtzapffel lathes - Home (http://holtzapffel.org/)

Books Holtzapffel.org - A catalog and history of Holtzapffel lathes - Books and Publications (http://holtzapffel.org/holtzapffel-publications.html)

A Forum members machine http://www.woodworkforums.com/f22/first-timer-76467/#post779291

Beware these are large files to open and download
Tutorial Videos by Yo Yo Spin Home of YoYoSpin.com (http://yoyospin.com/tutorials/)

Work by Members of SOT Gallery (http://www.ornamentalturning.co.uk/gallery.htm)

Links to many sites Ornamental Turning Service 3 (http://www.ornamentalturning.co.uk/links.htm)

Edit better put a link to Ornamental Turners Australia Group (http://www.pnc.com.au/%7Ek_j/otga/)

Enjoy

Great work Ray and it should be helpful to many others.
The gallery photos are amazing. It is just incredible what pattern work is achievable on Rose Engine lathes. Unfortunately I am not a lover of many of the finished shapes as some become over powering but top class work using some beautiful timbers. Also the use of plastic is not for me either.
The books listed above like history of Holtz lathes. I think I have them and will report back later on this after a quick search.
Cheers
Edwards

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