Restoration of the gear knob on a lathe | Woodturning a Gear Shift Knob oak, brass and aluminum.

woodturning a gear shift knob oak brass and alumınum. But every time, when in knitted gloves, I climbed to the lathe next to the shaft, it somehow became uncomfortable.Pavel. You are a true craftsman! This was unbelievable. I am in awe of the things you are able to create. Fantastic job my brother.It’s amazing how […]


woodturning a gear shift knob oak brass and alumınum.

But every time, when in knitted gloves, I climbed to the lathe next to the shaft, it somehow became uncomfortable.Pavel. You are a true craftsman! This was unbelievable. I am in awe of the things you are able to create. Fantastic job my brother.It’s amazing how accurate the shifting diagram is just by using duct tape as the resist.Your woodworking is amazing, but can we take a moment to appreciate your camera setups and angles.and the wood must be Alamo, but the lacquering left it ten. Also the simple electrolytic process, great.Good work, there are interesting cognitive moments. But work on the machine, on the verge of life and death. Everything that is forbidden to do on the machine, has violated everything. Success in work.Thats awesome just try finding the bottom screw to actually screw onto the stick shift. I could never find a custom one for stick shift.I think the hand would be nicer and cleaner and even more expensive if only instead of smearing brass and aluminum they used a second type of wood for the “lid”, with a different shade. Well, the “drawing” could be burned out or inlaid, and even painted. Well, brass with wood smells like a scoop. but in general I looked with pleasure.

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