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Editiors Note: The is the second tutorial on casting in Don's five-part series.
Last month’s article was an overview of casting to make pen blanks and other blanks for small turnings such as bottle stoppers, boxes or small bowls. This month’s article will be a tutorial on how I prepare snakeskins for clear casting to create unique pen blanks. This type of casting is often referred to as “tube-on” clear casting.
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The project above was published in the September 2015 edition of the magazine. You may purchase the entire magazine edition by clicking on the "Purchase this edition" tab below. Here is a partial list of this edition's contents:
Turning a Wood Baseball and Stand
by Marvin Stoltzfus
From Firewood to a Threaded Acorn Ring Box
by Paul Rohrbacher
Opinel's Wood Turned Knives
by Dennis Daudelin
Turning Burial Urns
by Dick Webber
On the Lighter Side: Gold Leaf Restoration on Bowl
by Bob Heltman
Rubber Jam Chucks and other Woodturning Aids
by: Rubber Chucky