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508 views • May 29, 2020

Woodturning: The Locust with a Crown!

Adamsen Woodcraft
Thank you to all my subscribers and viewers! It has been a few weeks since my last upload, largely due to shop upgrades and general craziness. I hope everyone is well! This is my 23rd filmed project, and it was new territory for me in several ways. I have never turned black locust before, and it is tough stuff! Yes, it turned my lathe into a bucking bronco until I could tame it with my sharp bowl gouge. And yes, undoubtedly, there will be some who wish I had not neutered that gorgeous piece of bloodwood by carving and piercing it with the dremel. But I have wanted to learn how to carve and pierce turnings for a while, and this seemed like a suitable candidate. I hope you enjoyed the process. I sure had a bunch of fun in addition to all the fretting and self-doubt as to whether it would even work out without destroying either the lathe or the piece or me... The eagle-eyed might have noticed a clamp attached to the banjo. Well, half-way through the project, I realize the screw bolt that tightens the tool rest in the banjo quit on me and lost its threads. I eventually realized I could switch it out with the tail stock bolt and it works okay now. Now, I'm looking forward more than ever to a lathe upgrade... some day... maybe... Cheers to all! If you're new to the channel, please consider subscribing! Also, please like the video and comment, letting me know how I'm doing and what you'd like me to make next. Getting your feedback really helps to promote my videos and channel, and I always love reading and responding! Get 10% discount on Acks Wood Paste using discount code "david10". Be sure to check out Get 15% off at Starbond with the promo code ADAMSEN15: has generously provided a 15% discount (not combinable with other offers) if you use code "YT-DAVID". Use that code and it will help me out too! If you're interested in my other projects, check out my Etsy shop: All of the music used in this video came from: Thanks again! Cheers! Products I use: Pyrography Pen: Carter & Son 5/8" Bowl Gouge: Crown Diamond Parting Tool: Tormek T-8 Sharpener with Woodturners Accessories: Five minute epoxy: My Camera:
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