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433 views • August 16, 2020

Woodturning Hawaii’s Invasive Species! 🌴

Adamsen Woodcraft
This Hawaiian Kiawe wood is used as cooking/smoking firewood, which supposedly imparts tropical flavors to grilled or smoked meats! The more you know... Thank you all so much for watching! This is my 27th filmed project, and it was quite a beast! Not only was this wood far more dense and hard than I anticipated, but it also was completely end-grain, which meant my Tormek sharpener worked overtime. It wasn't until late in the making process of this piece that I realized there was dust behind the lens of my camera, so I sent it off for cleaning and repairs. Sadly, that means I am without a decent video camera for a few weeks. So if my next upload is a bit late, then that will mean it has taken ages to get my camera back... Yep, first world problems... THANKS to Starbond you can now get 15% off all Starbond products with the promo code ADAMSEN15: If you haven't heard of Brad from YouTube channels, Brad's Workbench and Rated R Woodturning, you should check him out! (Links to his channels below and in the video end screen.) Brad asked me to try out 2 new finishing compounds he has been working on, one a fine abrasive paste and the other a tung wax finish. Check out the links to his Etsy store, where he sells them! Brad's Workbench: Rated R Woodturning: Brad's Etsy Store: Cheers to all! Let me know what you think! 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! 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: My new buffing system: 3 inch Sanding Disks: My new right angle drill/sander: My favorite finish (Mahoney's Walnut products): 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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