Articles by: Kaylee Schofield

Micro Pro Champion micro motor

Micro Pro Champion micro motor

By Bob Duncan Woodcarvers Supply has redesigned their Pro Champion micro motor to give it a higher top speed and greater power (torque). The tool now features a top speed of 46,000rpm. The Micro Pro kit eliminates the foot control. I never use the foot control with a micro motor, […]

by December 22, 2016 Product Reviews
DMT Dia-Flat™ Lapping Plate

DMT Dia-Flat™ Lapping Plate

By Bob Duncan When you sharpen gouges and V-tools using oil stones or waterstones, the tools can wear a groove into the stone, which makes it difficult to sharpen flat tools. That’s why it is important to flatten, or lap, your stones regularly. To lap a stone, you need to […]

by December 22, 2016 Product Reviews
Product Review: Denker Carving Shave

Product Review: Denker Carving Shave

Simple tool allows even beginners to remove wood fast By Bob Duncan To hollow out a bowl or remove a lot of excess wood quickly, carvers often resort to power tools or large gouges­—tools that take practice to use safely. Instead, I reach for the Denker Shave. It was invented […]

by December 22, 2016 Product Reviews
Foredom K.1020  Micro Grinder

Foredom K.1020 Micro Grinder

By Bob Duncan Foredom has developed a new micro grinder that bridges the gap between large flexible-shaft tools and high-speed micromotors. The K.1020 micro grinder combines the torque and power you need to rough out a carving with the light-weight cord of a micromotor. The micro grinder hooks into the […]

by December 22, 2016 Product Reviews
The Votes are in for the Fourth People’s Choice Contest 2016

The Votes are in for the Fourth People’s Choice Contest 2016

Meet the winners of the final 2016 People’s Choice Contest Congratulations to the winners of the fourth 2016 People’s Choice Contest! The fourth category, announced last spring, was Ornaments: Painted and Unpainted. The entries we received all showed joy for the holiday season. We’ll be talking to some of these […]

by November 2, 2016 Contests
Strop Talk

Strop Talk

Welcome to Strop Talk! As you know, stropping keeps your knife sharp between cuts. This quarterly e-newsletter is our way of staying in touch with you between issues of Woodcarving Illustrated. Here we share projects, features, tips, insider scoop on books and authors, club news, and more. We hope you enjoy reading […]

by October 18, 2016 eNews: Strop Talk
Strop Talk – Issue Four

Strop Talk – Issue Four

Welcome to the fourth issue of Strop Talk! We are dedicated to bringing you new, fun, and informative content in each of our Strop Talk e-newsletters. Combined with our magazine, website, and online forum, Strop Talk is another way to help keep the creativity flowing and the carving knives sharp […]

by October 18, 2016 eNews: Strop Talk
Strop Talk – Issue Three

Strop Talk – Issue Three

Welcome to the third issue of Strop Talk! We had a great time at our Open House event, held here in Lancaster, Pa., in May. Check out photos of the teachers, exhibitors, clubs, and more at www.wood-show.com. Plus, look for the newsletter link to be sure you get info about next […]

by October 18, 2016 eNews: Strop Talk
Strop Talk – Issue Two

Strop Talk – Issue Two

Welcome to the second issue of Strop Talk! As you know, stropping keeps your knife sharp between cuts. This quarterly e-newsletter is our way of staying in touch with you between issues of Woodcarving Illustrated. But did you know there is another way you can stay in touch with us? Come […]

by October 18, 2016 eNews: Strop Talk
Stop Talk – Issue One

Stop Talk – Issue One

Welcome to the inaugural issue of Strop Talk! As you know, stropping keeps your knife sharp between cuts. This quarterly e-newsletter is our way of staying in touch with you between issues of Woodcarving Illustrated. Here we share projects, features, tips, insider scoop on books and authors, club news, and more. This […]

by October 18, 2016 eNews: Strop Talk