Turning a Twisted Peppermill

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  1. brian horais

    brian horais

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    This tutorial builds on an earlier presentation on off-axis turning I have made at several woodturning clubs. The peppermill is a logical choice to use a 3-point off-axis turning method because it results in a 120 degree twist that invites the holder of the peppermill to 'give it a twist'. I have included the original presentation on off-axis turning along with the description of turning a twisted peppermill. Enjoy!

    Brian Horais, Knoxville TN
     

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    Brian, thank you very much for these very well done tutorials.
     
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    You are welcome Bill. Hopefully this will inspire members to make the twisted peppermills. I have enjoyed making them and find their shape to be very pleasing and functional.
     
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    Brian, good presentation.
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