AJ Nicholls, Urban Logs’ head woodturner, turns a beautiful little live edged bowl out of applewood. Live edge ring bowl turned on the lathe. Included is test video from some extra footage. This is an accelerated footage video, not a “how to” video. Check out more info about Urban Logs Production Woodturning, see the Artist’s
Urban Logs’ AJ Nicholls turns a live edged bowl out of plumwood. He says: “Turned this little live edge plum bowl from a tree that came down over the winter during a storm. Part 1 is rough turning the bowl. Part 2 will be sanding and finishing after it dries!” Check out more info about
Urban Logs head woodturner, AJ Nicholls turns a truly unique piece. He says: “Is it a bowl or a hollowform?? BOTH! Playing with some new ideas! I’ve also included some links below to tools that I use and love. I am not affiliated with these products, and I don’t make any money off of them.
Urban Log’s head woodturner, AJ Nicholls, walks through and reviews the Nova Orion 18″ DVR lathe. Time stamps to skip ahead to what you want to know! 1:33 Specifications 4:52 Woodturning examples 11:17 Why I Chose this Lathe 12:21 Hits and Misses 15:00 Final Thoughts Check out more info about Urban Logs Production Woodturning, see
Urban Log’s AJ Nicholls creates a sphere on the lathe for a collaborative student – instructor project in one of his woodturning classes. AJ says: “Free-handed this sphere out of green maple. There’s a first time for everything! Getting some practice in for a much larger installation piece.” Check out more info about Urban Logs
Urban Log’s head woodturner, AJ Nicholls, is a woodturning instructor for classes for US Veterans through a program called Path With Art. He found inspiration in one of their class projects and experimented with a unique finishing technique and stain that resulted in a very cool, very unusual looking bowl. AJ says: “Got inspired during
Urban Log Studios aims to reduce waste from urban logging by providing accessible and affordable kiln drying and lumber production services to the general public, as well as manufacture heirloom quality turned items from trees sustainably salvaged in the surrounding community.