Welcome to the web site for the New Jersey Woodturners association. Please enjoy your visit and feel free to contact us or come and visit us at one of our monthly meetings.
Next Meeting - Mar. 23
Totally Turning 2015 in N.Y., March 28, (Closest Show)
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Brand New Page:
If you have any tools, wood, books or magazines that you no longer are using, please consider donating them
to the club for our monthly raffle. Proceeds go to the club treasury which supports paying for our professional demonstrators
and someone in the club gets to use your unwanted item for a new purpose. A win-win for all!
Bob Amarant has suggested that in addition to bringing tops for our "Top Top" contest each month, we should try a club challenge to generate more turning excitement. For this month, Bob suggested we get creative and make a lathe turned "carver's mallet" an example of which can be seen being made in this short YouTube video: http://youtu.be/kV1jKCKoPAo
Reminder: Duke Hemmer who is coordinating the exhibit at the West Orange JCC told me that this exhibit has been POSTPONED UNTIL 2016, so if you already have pieces, great, but keep them home (or bring to "Show and Tell"). If you are working on a piece, also great, just bring it for a "Show and Tell" at the next club meeting. If you haven't started yet, relax, you now have a full year to create something spectacular!
Just to reiterate, the JCC exhibit has been postponed into 2016. Don't bring in any pieces for this unless they are just for our club "Show and Tell" purposes.
Another Reminder: Dues for 2015 are due! Please bring your check for $25 to the meeting. (Family dues are $35/family, and age75+ dues are $15.) If you can't make the meeting, please mail your check to our Treasurer.
Check out the new woodworking photos from Maurice Cohen
See photos from members and the latest
from our June 2014
Check out our June
Knots from the Far Side
Round Celtic Knots
Square Celtic Knots
Future Symposium Project
Above are the latest details about a new Symposium that Gil discussed at the May
Click on the above paragraph (image) to see the full PDF text file.
Ongoing Charity Projects
Remembering Last Year's - 4th Annual Turners Exchange
Event Title: “A Splash of Color”
• Here are the RULES from last november:
YOUR CHOICE of form (bowl, plate, box, vase, etc.) with maximum diameter or height of - 8”. At least ONE coloring embellishment. This can be a minimal area or cover the entire piece. Some enhancements include: painting (acrylic, oil, water color, spray, latex, etc.), dyeing (analine, metallic, leather, etc.), ink (India Ink, permanent markers, Prismacolor® pens, etc.), leafing (gold, metallic, etc.) or whatever else you can come up with!
This should be a lot of fun for everyone involved! Your “masterpiece” should be boxed and wrapped – anonymously! After all participants have opened their “gifts” the makers will then talk about their pieces ~ (think “Show and Tell”)...............
Past Mtg: April 22, 2013
Steve Antonucci gives presentation on Bowl Turning
The purpose of the NJW is to promote woodturning education of the membership and the general public and to generate a broader understanding of woodturning as an art form.
Technical and Learning
Ron Brown’s Pearls (Turners Reference Guide). Here's enough woodturning information to fill a book but it's been reduced to a single page.
Permission provided by Wayne Sutter of Woodline USA.
Here's the cracked
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