All turning techniques are based on cutting a bead, a cove, a cylinder, or a taper; if you can cut these four shapes, you can turn anything. In this primer on basic turning, Ernie Conover also provides an overview of the four basic turning tools, and offer tips for preparing your tools in ways that will preserve your enthusiasm and limit your frustration. Few tools come from the factory with the correct grind, so he shows how to get them ready. Also, learn how to turn matching drawer pulls. From Fine Woodworking #156
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