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The Foot Powered (Treadle) Lathe

12 Apr 2013 - 5 years ago    Chop With Chris

The Foot Powered (Treadle) Lathe woodworking video by Chop With Chris is a time lapse of the construction of a foot powered lathe using an antique corn ...


How To Make a Foot Powered Lathe

08 Oct 2016 - 2 years ago    izzy swan

How to make a awesome Foot Powered Lathe with a bungee cord, two bug nails and some rope. I saved few bucks by mounting my foot powered lathe to my ...


Simple treadle lathe power for Craftsman lathe

27 Oct 2011 - 7 years ago    swwhoo

To see more pictures: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/64277 I created treadle power for my Craftsman lathe, a simplified version of Roy Underhill's lathe in ...


How To Build A Lathe

25 Oct 2013 - 5 years ago    Chop With Chris

How To Build A Lathe woodworking video educates you on the design process in building a foot powered treadle lathe using no power tools It is the sequel to ...


Treadle Lathe

08 Sep 2012 - 6 years ago    Travis Benner

This video was uploaded from an Android phone.


The Larvic Lathe - Foot Powered Woodturning Machine

12 Jun 2018 - 6 months ago    thepoultrypeople

The Larvic Lathe, a foot powered woodturning machine designed for Orthopaedic patients to aid recovery through exercise and wood turning, a great and ...


Seneca Lathe

13 Oct 2016 - 2 years ago    awwmco

11 inch formerly treadle lathe.


How I turn a bowl on my foot powered lathe.

12 Mar 2017 - 1 year ago    Michael Stibane

That's how I turn my bowls on the bobbin lathe from green wood and a few information regarding my technique. This is an follow up to my bowl blank preparation ...


The Foot Powered Scroll Saw Makes A Jig Saw Puzzle

29 Aug 2016 - 2 years ago    Chop With Chris

The Foot Powered Scroll Saw Makes A Jig Saw Puzzle woodworking video by Chop With Chris shows the construction of a DIY scroll saw using flea market ...


Making a Carving Mallet with the Spring Pole Lathe Hand Tool Woodworking Project

12 Dec 2017 - 1 year ago    Wood By Wright

Watch more hand tool fun here http://vid.io/xoYa Making a carving mallet with just a foot-powered spring pole lathe out of Solid Green Live oak is more fun than it ...


Mortimer the treadle lathe! FOOT POWER RESTORATION

10 Apr 2016 - 2 years ago    Emmas Spareroom Machineshop

first look at my new lathe.. 1880's technology. detailing some of the jobs to be done. Part 1.


WF & John Barnes #3 Velocipede Foot Powered Wood Lathe

30 Nov 2015 - 3 years ago    Foot Powered Machinery

The #3 Velocipede WF & John Barnes Co footpowered wood lathe is functional and works great. Excellent example of an antique or traditional wood turning tool ...


foot powered lathe

14 Aug 2008 - 10 years ago    Bob Elder

Plymouth Plantation.


Thank You Jimmy Diresta For The Antique Lathe

24 Jan 2017 - 1 year ago    Chop With Chris

Thank You Jimmy Diresta For The Antique Lathe woodworking and antique restoration video is a short high speed video showing the transfer of an old foot ...


Human Powered Drag Saw

13 Sep 2017 - 1 year ago    herbcrosby


Large Homemade Bowl Turning Lathe W/Narration

13 Feb 2012 - 6 years ago    Getting0Done

Hello again! This video (which has been on the back burner for a while now) is about my homemade bowl turning lathe. Hopefully it will help some people if they ...


Treadle Wheel Grinder

25 Oct 2011 - 7 years ago    1point618ratio

Treadle Wheel Grinder inspired by Roy Underhill The Woodwright's Guide book. Materials used: 2x12 yellow pine, homemade hubs, 16 inches of 1/2 inch rod ...


Lathe

21 Jul 2013 - 5 years ago    Tom Tommarello Jr

Custom Lathe turning a 12" diameter by 12 foot long column for a spiral staircase.


Barnes 4 1/2 Foot Powered Metal Lathe

28 Oct 2015 - 3 years ago    Foot Powered Machinery

A velocipede, foot powered, metal lathe by W.F. and John Barnes. Great example of antique/traditional tools. Barnes was a competitor to the Seneca Falls ...


Build a Lathe out of Bicycle Parts and Other Junk 1 of 2

12 Jan 2016 - 2 years ago    Handyman Kevin

A working lathe for turning wood, metal and plastic, built out of bicycle parts, wood, and pipe fittings. Part I of II.