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SplintersSplintersApril 2019The Newsletter ofChristchurch WoodturnersAssociation IncPage 2Upcoming EventsPage 6Workshop NewsPage 12 & 13

www.woodturners.nzApril 2019Upcoming EventsWoodturning at Auburn Reserve Workshop.Every Thursday 1pm to 4pm and 7pm to 9pm 5 for either or both sessionsThere is some wood at the workshop but bring your own if you canThere are tool sets availableWoodturning at St Albans Menz Shed 36 Nancy Ave.Every Tuesday 1pm to 4pm See Rex for details18th April“Hands On” night at the Auburn Reserve WorkshopWe will be making some Celtic Knots as demonstrated by Rex and Rick at the MarchClub night No charge for “Hands On” Night27th AprilClub Meeting The HARVARD Community Lounge Corsair Drive WigramWednesday at 7:00pm. Demonstration will be turning a round lid on a square vesselas this will be the piece turned by competition teams at the South Island Funday2nd MayBowl Saver demonstration and Hands OnMore information on Page 69th MayPyrography Group Hibernating for the Winter Next Meeting in September16th May“Hands On” night at the Auburn Reserve WorkshopPracticing projects required for the Funday at Oamaru on 25 th MayNo charge for “Hands On” Night22nd MayClub Meeting The HARVARD Community Lounge Corsair Drive WigramWednesday at 7:00pm. Demonstration to be announced25th MaySouth Island Fun Day Oamaru see page 8 for details5th June26th June6th JulyRobert Sorby Demonstration at Auburn Reserve WorkshopWednesday 12 noon to 3pm.Sponsored by Carbatec. See page 8Bill and Elsie Owen will be there with a display of Sorby ToolsClub Meeting The HARVARD Community Lounge Corsair Drive WigramWednesday at 7:00pm. Demonstrator will be Dick Veitch from the South AucklandClub and his demonstration will be “Lets enhance a small bowl”NAW AGM We are hosting the National Association of Woodworkers AGM.In addition to the AGM, there will be three demonstrations by NAW members that weare all invited to. Demonstrations start at 9:00am. The demonstrators will be MikeWalker, Peter Clemett and Geoff Addison.2

www.woodturners.nzApril 2019March Demonstration Celtic Knots with Rex and RickThe Celtic knot demo was started by Rex turning down two prepared blanks on a pen mandreldown to about thirteen mill. dia. Sanded down to 1200 grit and finishing off with walnut oil. Joe hadsome slides on screen showing the various cuts required for the inserts. Rick then showed severaljigs required if making pens or rolling pins. Also a sanding jig to use on a pedestal drill for thin peninserts. Rex and Rick will be at the Celtic Knot night on 18 April to help those interested in having ago.Rick Bolch3

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www.woodturners.nzApril 2019Workshop NewsWe have finally purchased the Auburn Reserve Workshop. So nowwe own the building and rent the land under it from the council.There will be a working bee soon to spruce up the workshop area(Ray Morgan has already done a great job on the kitchen) beforewe have the “Official Opening”Photo is Noel Graham signing the Purchase Agreement with KenDuff who is the Receiver for the previous owners.The Saturday 30th session at our workshop focused on wig stands, with only a total of six members,a bit disappointing. However seven stands were produced and will be taken to the Cancer Societythis week.Our first guest demonstrator, Neil Turner from Perth, came to us on Monday 1 st April and did threedemonstrations for the 16 members there. Neil showed us how he turns, how he uses each part ofthe chisel when making an ogee shaped platter, a sphere and small jar. Neil is known for his flameinspired decorating and showed us how to achieve this effect with various cutting and sandingpieces. Another type of decorating is to use various size drill bits doing blind holes or piecingthrough to have a coral look.So a busy week for the club and our new workshop, showing the benefits of having our ownworkshop facilities. Thanks to Noel and Joe and team for preparing the workshop for these events.It was a pleasure to host Neil Turner and thanks to Ray for helping me with the transport.Rick BolchBowl Saver Demonstration and Hands OnThursday Evening 2nd May at the WorkshopWe are starting to build up a collection of specialised equipment at the workshop. We have recentlyacquired a Woodcut Bowl Saver. This is a device that can be used to core out a number of smallerbowl blanks from the centre of a larger bowl blank rather than turn all that centre wood intoshavings. So typically you can save one or two smaller bowls from the centre of your blank andthen you have less hollowing out to do. Because of the specialized nature of this device and thepossibility of damaging the device and/or the user (if it is used incorrectly) it will become one of thedevices that you have to be “signed off” on before you can use it. This demonstration and “handson” session is a chance to use the device under supervision and get “signed off” on it so that youcan use it, in the workshop, any time in the future.6

www.woodturners.nzApril 2019Changes in 4th Saturday Workshops and two NAW class date changesDue to Easter, the South Island Fun Day and the NAW AGM the workshop will be closed onSaturday the 20th April, Saturday the 25th May and Saturday 6th July. This will cause the followingchanges to four events and change the months of all 4 th Saturday Workshops.There will be no NAW Class 14 (Third Saturday) on the 20 th April.It will be held instead on the 4th Saturday the 27th of April.There will be no NAW Class 12&13 (First Saturday) on the 6 th July.It will be held instead on the 4th Saturday the 27th of July.There will be no 4th Saturday workshop “Iridescent and Interference Paints” on the 27 th AprilThere will be no 4th Saturday workshop “Bowl Design” on the 25th MayThere will be no 4th Saturday workshop “Collaboration Day” on the 27 th JulyThe new 4th Saturday Workshop Schedule is as follows:June 22ndAugust 24thSeptember 28thOctober 26thNovember 23rdIridescent and Interference PaintsBowl DesignThe Router LatheCollaboration DayIntroduction to Segmented TurningSouth Island Fun DaySaturday 25th MayWaitaki Woodturners Guild Club rooms Oamaru RacecourseThe South Island Fun day is an event held every year to encourage interaction betweenwoodturning and woodworking clubs. It is sponsored by the National Association of Woodworkers.Different clubs host the event, this year it is being hosted by the Waitaki Woodturners Guild inOamaru. Each club that is participating will have a “Display Table” and will provide one or more“Competition Teams”, usually of 6 turners per team that will compete to turn a particular object.Display TableEach team prepares a display table with up to 10 items that have been turned by club membersover the last year. The theme for this year is “Weather” so we are looking for items that you mighthave turned that are weather related such as thermometers, hydrometers, barometers,anemometers, wind vanes, rain gauges little man and woman that come in and out of their housedepending on the weather conditions that sort of thing.Competition TeamsCompetition teams usually consist of 6 turners and they have to try and turn three identical pieces.This year we will be turning a square vessel with a round lid. So three of the team will turn thesquare vessels and three will turn the lids. At the end of the event the team with the “most similar”square vessels with round lids will win the competition. We are keen to enter two teams so wewould like to see at least twelve turners put their names down for this event. At the Club Night onthe 27th April the competition process and various designs of square vessels with a round lid will bedemonstrated and at the “Hands On” evening on the 16 th May you will have an opportunity topractice turning one of these items.7

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www.woodturners.nzApril 2019Measurements you may needTea Light is typically 38mm in diameter and 16mm highA taper candle is 22.2mm in diameter at the largest point of the taperSmall Bangle internal diameter 54mmLarge Bangle internal diameter 76mmEggDiameterHeightNo 5No 6No 740.6mm42.9mm44.8mm53.1mm56.3mm59.7mmMelting point of Pewter 230 degCInserts for Nova 3/4″71 TPI4TPI4TPI10TPILHRHRHLHRHD1″8TPIRHE1″12TPI RHH3/4″10TPI RHIM243J1 1/8″12TPI RHKM182.5RHL1 1/4″8TPIRHM1″10TPI LHNO1 yme CubElectra Beckum,Multico SumaroPlain BoreUN(NOTUNC)NS(with 6mm register)BSPTL1000 (pre 1986)BSPTL1000 (pre 1986)BSFTL1000, Woodfast/DurdenDelta, Rockwell, Golding,UNCGeneral, NOVA Comet (North America)and Mercury lathesMyford ML8UNFTurnstylerRockwellBSWHomecraftB-LineArundel K600/K450Myford MystroBSWMasterlathe (New Zealand)Elu DB 180NOVA Galaxi, NOVA Saturn, NOVA DVR3000, NOVA XP, NOVA 1624 and 1624 II(North America)Laguna RevoTL1000BSFWoodfast/DurdenBlank (Can be threaded up to 28mm)BSWMorton9

www.woodturners.nzApril 2019NOVA TL1500/3000/Comet(European & S. Hemisphere)WoodfastJet 1221 LatheDesigned Specifically for Shopsmith ProV and Power Pro MachinesQM303.5RHR1″8TPIRHS5/8″T1″UV1 1/8″7/8″Dual ThreadedLH & RH12TPI RHUNF14TPI RHNFY1 1/4″8TPIPlain Bore8TPIRHTerms:BSF: British Standard FineBSW: British Standard WhitworthRH: Right handLH: Left handTPI: Threads per inchNOVA Mercury Mini LatheTaiwanese lathesFor lathes don’thave reverse turning abilityUN: Unified National StandardUNC: Unified Coarse StandardUNF: Unified Fine StandardUNS: Unified SpecialEquipment for saleWoodfast Lathe 450Faceplates One @ 150 mm 10Chisels:“Three @ 80 mm 10 eachParting HSS 6 mm 10“One @ 55 mm can be fitted to“4 mm 5Morse taper 30Skew 20 mm 5Two Vacuum chucks 10 each“12 mm 5Chuck mounting ring 5Round Scraper 53 Chuck Jaw extension sets4 Calipers; Inside, Straight,Double. 5eachRustins Danish oil3 Spur Drives No. 2 Morse 20 eachRice Bran Oil1 Live Centre 20Walnut shell2 Screw Chucks 5Clock motor and set 20Headstock Screw/Morse Taper 302 Pepper mill kits 20If you are interested in any of this equipment you can contact Denis Phillips at 317-80182018/19 Contact DetailsPatron: Soren Berger, 25 Rodney St, New Brighton; 388-1004.Life Member: Bruce Irvine, 401 Withells Rd, Avonhead; 358-8482Committee:President: Rick Bolch: 28 Waiau St, Hoon Hay; 980-5156.Treasurer: Bill Parsons: 76 Fendalton Rd, Fendalton; 351-5647.Secretary: Ray Morgan: 154b Brookside Rd, Rolleston; 366-9795.Newsletter: Joe Hayes: 130 Petrie St, Richmond; 385-3910.Web Master: Ray Hall: 10 Halsey Street, South New Brighton.David Caddie: 23 Butts Valley Road, Heathcote. phone 384-3984.11Peter Clemett: 36a Fenhall St, Russley; 342-5242.Evan Gow: 18 Creese Place, Redwood Christchurch. 021-033-8065Noel Graham: 63 Oakley Cres, Hornby; 349-8976.Keith McFadden: 46 Coolspring Way, Redwood; 352-0333Rex Marshall: 396 Greers Rd, Bishopdale; 352-9297.10

No 7 44.8mm 59.7mm Melting point of Pewter 230 degC Inserts for Nova Chucks: Insert Thread Diam. Pitch . NOVA Galaxi, NOVA Saturn, NOVA DVR 3000, NOVA XP, NOVA 1624 and 1624 II (North America) Laguna Revo M 1″ 10TPI LH BSF . Woodfast Lathe 450 Faceplat

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