Pueblo Wood Turners Club


15th Annual Rocky Mountain Woodturning Symposium
September 12th - 14th, 2014

Dear AAW:

The current issue of Woodturning Fundamentals is now available online! Click here to sign into our website and enjoy this new members-only digital edition.

Volume 3, Issue 4 covers these turning topics:

  • Techniques: A Systematic Approach to Multi-Axis Turning, Build Your Own Rose Engine Lathe
  • Projects: Turning Fancy Flowers
  • Tips: CA Glue Applications in Woodturning, Basic First Aid for Woodturners, Basic First Aid Kit, Safety First: Spin It!, Shop Tips, Safety Tips with Ron Gerton (Video), Safety Tips with Steven Marlow (Video).

This issue was made possible thanks to the contributions of Central New York Woodturners, Chad Dawson, Denis Delehanty, Barbara Dill, Ron Gerton, Dennis Gooding, Marty Gottesman, MD, Jon Magill, Steven Marlow, Dannette Peltier, Harvey Rogers, and Brian Saunders.

Woodturning Fundamentals is AAW's newest members-only publication ($26.85 for non-members) that offers projects, tips, videos and information on tools and techniques for those who seek to advance their basic skills or are new to woodturning.

As a Chapter of the American Association of Woodturners (AAW), we are committed to the advancement of the great world of woodturning by helping all those who wish to learn to create useful or wonderous items by the use of a wood lathe. We are a group of  novice to semi professional men and women who meet once a month to discuss, watch & learn about woodturning.

The regular meeting is held at 6:30 p.m. in Pueblo, Colorado
{see News & Events} on the second Wednesday of each month and usually featuring a woodturning demonstration by either one of the members, or a professional guest turner, showing their own proven techniques.

Perpetual Turning
Each month a perpetual Turning will be raffled off. The member who wins the Perpetual Turning is then expected to bring in a turning of his or her own for the following months raffle. The Perpetual Turning is open to all skill levels; beginners are encouraged to participate. The Perpetual Turning is a great way to acquire pieces made by other members; however, if for any reason the raffle winner does not wish to participate in the Perpetual Turning raffle he or she may choose another item and the next winner is then eligible to choose the Perpetual Turning .



Remember to dispose of your oil cloths or rags appropriately to avoid spontaneous combustion!
Two of the recommended ways are:
1) Spread the rags out on a non-combustible surface to let them dry before discarding.
2) Submerge the oily rags in water so that they can not catch fire.

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