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A wide assortment of lathe turning jigs and miscellaneous jigs to help you with your hobby. The information linked here is hosted by a variety of web sites so the quantity and quality of information varies. Choose an instructions that suit your ckill level. You will find on this web site a free woodworking plans sub-category for lathe projects also.

 
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Lathe Polishing Cloth Storage + Useful Chuck Modifications

The one problem I had was where do you put the Duster when it is not in use? if left lying around it...
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This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for tool racks to hold woodturning chisels. You will ...
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3-Jaw Chuck, Shop Built 
Three-jaw chucks are useful when turning small pieces at low speed, and permits multi-axis turning. This shop-made chuck can be made from scraps of maple and a few machine screws.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: American Woodworker | Fix Link?

Angle Rest + Groover Jig + Arbortech Mini Carver Guide 
My reason for making an Angle Rest was born out of a need to have a means of holding Jigs or Guides for Projects that had an element of Repetitiveness involved, in particular an idea I had for a Deep Grooving Guide.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: LaymarCrafts Woodturning | Fix Link?

Chisel Holder 
It helps to have a chisel holder when you are working on a lathe. Most Woodturners like to change chisels frequently, and it is a real timesaver to have them handy.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: Shopsmith | Fix Link?

Chuck for Reverse Turnings, Centering Turning 
Donut chucks and cole jaws have both been around for a long time. I decided to combine them to make a new version of a donut chuck that centers the turning.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: TurnedWood | Fix Link?

Chuck, All Wood Collet 
An earlier article in More Woodturning on turning wine stoppers got me thinking about collet chucks. I wondered if I could make one entirely out of wood. I thought this would be just an exercise to see if I could do it, but it surprised me with its usefulness. Although the All Wood Collet Chuck does not have the holding power and range of wooden jaws mounted in a scroll chuck, it does have adequate power for turning tops, wine stoppers, and the odd bit of dowel.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: David Reed Smith | Fix Link?

Jig, Ball Cutting 
My final design actually gave me the potential to Turn a Ball of 180mm diameter [7 inches] and I could have added another layer of the 20mm MDF to the base and still had the capability for a 160mm diameter Ball [+6 inches], of course if your requirement is for a larger capacity then you will need to adjust the dimensions accordingly.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: Laymar-Crafts | Fix Link?

Jig, Bandsaw Blade Brazing 
Bandsaw blades are notorious for breaking, generally because of their misuse or abuse, and there is nothing more annoying than having spent a quarter of an hour replacing and setting up a Blade to have it break the first time you use it. ... The method I describe here is for a brazed joint using silver solder and providing simple rules are followed you will achieve a strong durable joint for use with any type of wood.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: Laymar-Crafts | Fix Link?

Jig, Bottle Stopper 
This is my solution to turning bottle stoppers. It originally appeared as an article in More Woodturning a couple years ago...
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: Kevin Miller | Fix Link?

Jig, Center Finder Lathe (PDF) 
A simple tool that will help you quickly find the centre of your work.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: Teknatool | Fix Link?

Jig, Lathe Faceplate Ring Locater (PDF) 
A handy project to help you quickly and easily find the center of your bowl blank.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: Teknatool | Fix Link?

Jig, Parallax (PDF) 
After rejecting a couple of ideas about how to project a pattern onto the work while turning, I came up with this idea - make a jig to hold two copies if the plans, one cut along the finished contours and the other uncut, so that you can use the parallax effect to line up your eye correctly with the plans.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: Delorie | Fix Link?

Jig, Sharpening - Lathe Gouge tool 
By Joe in a Cleveland Suburb - A couple of weeks ago I asked about making your own sharpening jig. You all pointed me to several resources. I put all that together and came up with this version. All I did was take scrap pieces of walnut, a couple cherry plywood shorts, and some scrap poplar, glued and screwed it all together and here it is! (Not dimensions, and little instruction, but there are good pictures. Enough info to help you make your own.)
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: WoodCentral | Fix Link?

Lathe Abrasive Wax Sticks + Hollow Form Reverse Chucking + Parting Off Catcher 
This Article describes the new Mould and Hardening Box I made and the mix for these new Sticks.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: LaymarCrafts | Fix Link?

Lathe Abrasives Cutting, Identifying, Storage and Use + Magnet No3 + Cheap Polish Sealer Holder 
Modern Abrasives are expensive but due to their superior performance are good value for money, I purchase my preferred Abrasives in bulk as this significantly cuts the overall cost, once you have made the initial investment.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: LaymarCrafts | Fix Link?

Lathe Cabinet 
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for an under lathe cabinet for Jet 1642 with ballast, sandpaper storage, etc. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online. We do not provide support for this software. Not all drawings have the measurements displayed but you can use the measurement tool in SketchUp to easily and accurately determine the dimensions of each lumber part. Most drawings do not have instructions, its assumed you can build it based on the completed drawing provided.
Link Type: free plans | Wood Source: Google 3D | Fix Link?


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