Homemade Woodturning Tools - Lathe Hollowing Tool


  • Am Vor 4 years

    The Small WorkshopThe Small Workshop

    Dauer: 9:42

    Today I'm making a hollowing tool for my lathe starting from an Allen wrench. I turn mostly miniatures, so I made a small one, but it can be made in any size using the same method.
    I got this idea from Sam Angelo's channel: association-eliezer.org/v-video-bUqtrYfOxwM.html
    Good woodturning tools are hard to find where I live, not to mention expensive, so homemade tools are a great alternative.
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    My name is Steve and on this channel I plan to post videos of the things I make in my very, VERY small shop set up in a closet.
    Some will be shop projects and homemade tools, some will be toys for my daughter and some will be home improvements I make around my house.
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    This is not a tutorial, it's just for entertainment! A lot of tools and techniques shown here are very dangerous!
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    Music by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
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    Woodturning  lathe tools  homemade turning tools  hollowing tool  woodturning tools  

Amardip Kumar
Amardip Kumar

Sefty first

Vor 23 Tage
YaValioCacaWates M
YaValioCacaWates M

Thanks for sharing Steve, excellent results. I can just imagine what you could turn with some quality turning tools.

Vor Monat
BluegrassBushcraft
BluegrassBushcraft

Another great project. Thanks for sharing.

Vor 2 Monate
Allan Wright
Allan Wright

Amazing craftsmanship for such modest tools.

Vor 2 Monate
Brion Hall
Brion Hall

Love to see you use this in another video

Vor 5 Monate
Dave Johnson
Dave Johnson

That's exactly what I was looking for. Thank you for the instructivid. Right, off to the shed to give it a go.

Vor 7 Monate
Levi Dee
Levi Dee

I was wondering I you had any old Woodturning tools I could use if you don’t want them

Vor 8 Monate
Richard Morris
Richard Morris

You are a real woodturner sir. That miniature stuff is technical turning at it's best. Love the video!

Vor year
Kaz&Ad thebad
Kaz&Ad thebad

Great work 🤘

Vor year
DR. R. J. Polisky
DR. R. J. Polisky

i like it without any music

Vor year
livia ferpoll
livia ferpoll

Hello, good morning, whats your this "CA Finish"???

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Superglue (cyanoacrylate)

Vor year
guy .POPEY451
guy .POPEY451

the handle of your instrument is very pretty in form and color, congratulation of beautiful work

Vor year
djebat88
djebat88

Great project. very meticulous.

Vor year
Jonathan Hoffman
Jonathan Hoffman

Very nice man! I thought your accent was going to get annoying but it didnt at all lol. That handle you turned is beautiful!!

Vor year
Alireza Vaezi
Alireza Vaezi

The noises of your tools are actually soothing :) And your work is incredible

Vor year
William Overton
William Overton

What kind of wood is that?

Vor year
thor knives
thor knives

I personally love the no voice builds, too many guys say "I'm gonna do this, and then this, Yada Yada yada" I like the small captions that say "plum wood", "10 mm drill bit", aluminum ring" and the background sounds of the tools, those are my favorite videos, simple build vedeos with small captions here and there, and the sound of music and tool noises. that's why I love your channel

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you for your feedback, it's always of great help to see what viewers like or don't like!

Vor year
Jf L
Jf L

look great but i prefer using my both hand on my tools..this one is too small for my part..but great job and this mini proxxon lathe do the job!

Vor 2 years
Kodiak WoodWorks
Kodiak WoodWorks

I really liked the video but I much prefer your lame voice lol to trying to read subtitles. It's just nicer to watch what your doing and listen. Other than that I am very happy with your video and I'm going to subscribe and follow along and see where this goes. Keep up the good work.

Vor 2 years
John Morrow
John Morrow

Excellent video. Keep them coming!

Vor 2 years
Scrap wood City
Scrap wood City

Cool little tool

Vor 2 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

LOL, cool... maybe, lots... not really! I'm kinda lazy!

Vor 2 years
Scrap wood City
Scrap wood City

Awesome, I just discovered yours, lots of cool projects! :)

Vor 2 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you! Happy to see you in the comments, I'm a long time fan of your channel!

Vor 2 years
gessica de bene
gessica de bene

ottimo eccellente !!!

Vor 2 years
Robert O'Connell
Robert O'Connell

Looks greaT!!! The video was good too! Good voice, good editing, good music...Keep the videos coming brother!!

Vor 2 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thanks!

Vor 2 years
William Overton
William Overton

You did great, you have made avery nice tool.

Vor 2 years
nick kendall
nick kendall

I make miniture things on a large too I'm extremely new tho I dont have the money to buy tools and the lathe so made my own I could really really use help from someone like you your the first person iv seen doing small things like me please if you can email me on 2e0njk@googlemail.com if you are willing to help out a passionat novis

Vor 2 years
ron m
ron m

Very nice project and video. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

Vor 2 years
D Schnell
D Schnell

small tools - I might explore your channel a bit. This one is well done! Good job.

Vor 2 years
Ekzpo
Ekzpo

Have you ever made a baseball bat with your lathe? I don't even play baseball, but I don't think I could stop myself from making a few of them.

Vor 2 years
MR 8
MR 8

As musician -give me the sound of the tools every time.. great work

Vor 2 years
John Robinson
John Robinson

Very nice idea, might have to have a go myself. Thanks.

Vor 2 years
Silvio Wesley de Oliveira
Silvio Wesley de Oliveira

Congratulations for the excellent work. which is the wood that you used?

Vor 2 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thanks! It's plum wood.

Vor 2 years
okdadi
okdadi

that's awesome

Vor 2 years
John Fino
John Fino

I'm pretty new to woodturning and I like the sound of the tools instead of music. Your video was EXCELLENT!

Vor 3 years
Jack Maravola
Jack Maravola

Very, very nice. Thank you for sharing. Boardman, Ohio.

Vor 3 years
Don Roberts
Don Roberts

me i prefer the lame voice and tool noise...but i'm lame myself...lol

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thanks Don, lately I've done tool noise only videos and they seem to work just fine, so I'll stick to them for a while.

Vor 3 years
Spencer Brown
Spencer Brown

Great job.

Vor 3 years
Markintosh Design
Markintosh Design

Great work! Woodturning is hypnotizing:))

Vor 3 years
Kaden Robinson
Kaden Robinson

what is that spinning the handle

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

It's a Proxxon DB 250 micro wood lathe.

Vor 3 years
Kaden Robinson
Kaden Robinson

+The Small Workshop yes

Vor 3 years
Kaden Robinson
Kaden Robinson

+The Small Workshop probably thxs

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

You mean the lathe?

Vor 3 years
Salem Fiberarts Guild
Salem Fiberarts Guild

Great Video!! Thanks!

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you too!

Vor 3 years
José Molina
José Molina

this tool is good for to make captive rings, but is needed another wrench for another side. Take care.

Vor 3 years
José Molina
José Molina

+LivingArtsCo Thank you very much.

Vor 2 years
LivingArtsCo
LivingArtsCo

+José Molina I am in the process of making negative rake scrapers, different angles and such. I think if you would have a bevel on both sides of the cutting edge, let's say 30 degrees on both bevels, is would make a very nice finishing tool as well. Negative rake scrapers are more forgiving, and leave a great smooth finish. In the case of using the tool in reverse on the lathe, you would only need to barely sharpen the appropriate edge for a burr. Sharpened lightly with not much of a bur, and it is like a skew chisel, so you can use it to hollow left, or right for making captive rings. I made one from a screw driver, with a rounded hook type shape, and it cuts perfect from the left or the right. Nice video, nice work.

Vor 2 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

A cat claw can be make in a similar fashion and it can make captive rings from both sides.

Vor 3 years
Rev Hawg
Rev Hawg

Nice little tool - I know what I'm making tomorrow. Thanks

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you too!

Vor 3 years
MrDoclight
MrDoclight

Awesome work.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you!

Vor 3 years
Brian Wolfe
Brian Wolfe

A great video and a super project. I wouldn't change a thing the video is excellent. Regards Brian

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you very much Brian!

Vor 3 years
Steve Shroyer
Steve Shroyer

Thanks for the vid. Would like to try this. Do you have a vid of the tool in use? BTW, not of fan of background music.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

No video, I don't think miniature turning would have a wide audience ,based on my previous videos, so I won't make one soon. But the tool works as intended. As for the music, that seems to be the general feeling about it, so I ditched it in my latest videos. Thanks!

Vor 3 years
Eolwaen Linden
Eolwaen Linden

I hate music and much prefer the voice and tool noise. Often the music is so irritating I turn off sound and risk missing something. Keep it up - a good presentation! regards Eolwaen

Vor 3 years
Johan Combrinck
Johan Combrinck

+The Small Workshop Sometimes the kind of music makes a difference, but in general i prefer videos that rather has real work-sounds, tools and talk, in stead of music. What i also found that i prefer is when a person does something that is meant as an instructional kind of video, it helps if the person speaks to explain what is happening, and what to do and what not to do. In this video it was very clear, but i would rather have a voice than typed instruction or comments. Sorry to be so long winded about it. Happy new year for you and yours.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you Eolwaen, most people felt the same about the music so I ditched it in recent videos.

Vor 3 years
Timothy McSwain
Timothy McSwain

nice

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thanks!

Vor 3 years
Daddy Six
Daddy Six

Pretty cool!  Nicely done!

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you!

Vor 3 years
Chris Carson
Chris Carson

I like it keep it up

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thanks!

Vor 3 years
zbanded
zbanded

Considering how plentiful these hex tools are this would make a nice source for these tools. I've got to ask, where did you get the mini lathe? What brand is it? Have you considered making a video on your mini workshop and showing what tools you use, where you got them, what you made?

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

The lathe is a Proxxon mini lathe. I'll probably make a shop tour once I do some improvements, right now there isn't much to see.

Vor 3 years
Anthony Strazhnikov
Anthony Strazhnikov

Great job and a great idea!!

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you! The idea I got from Sam Angelo's channel, he has lots of great tips on turning.

Vor 3 years
Lucian Baitan
Lucian Baitan

I vote for voice over and tool sounds.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

LOL... yea.. not gonna happen again! I'm no speaker, especially in front of the camera. Gonna be tool sounds only. Maybe some captions if I do something tricky, but I believe people watching this kind of videos are smart enough to figure out what it's happening without me explaining every step. I'll ditch the music, since it's impossible to please everyone in that area.

Vor 3 years
Simon Mark Rogers
Simon Mark Rogers

Very nice. (I like hearing tools wizzing away in the background)

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you Simon!

Vor 3 years
Walt Lars
Walt Lars

in this vid and the deadblow mallet one You used CA glue why do You perfer this over say BLO Boiled Linseed Oil or some other finish ?

Vor 3 years
Walt Lars
Walt Lars

Ok Thanks

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

To me it feels it gives a better grip, especially for thin handles. It creates a smooth finish that gives some sort of suction, like when you slide your finger over glass it sticks, while over wood it slides.  Also it keeps them clean over time. I use BLO for larger tools and they get dirty pretty fast. I guess there are other options to use, like polyurethane but this is at hand and it dries in seconds. So convenience is another reason.

Vor 3 years
baconsoda
baconsoda

That is a lovely, tidy, piece of work. Best Wishes, Brendan.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you Brendan!

Vor 3 years
H F Bowern Designs - Harold Bowern
H F Bowern Designs - Harold Bowern

Nice tool. I have seen these made before and must try one for Christmas ornaments and small boxes. Cheers Harold

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Harold Bowern Thanks, happy you liked it!

Vor 3 years
John Whetzell
John Whetzell

I loved the tool noises...BUT your lame voice was what gets you the follow and thumbs up

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+John Whetzell LOL, thanks!

Vor 3 years
SEVERINO SILVA
SEVERINO SILVA

VERY GOOD, GREAT TOOL. BIG IDEIA. CONGRATULATIONS. FROM BRAZIL.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+SEVERINO SILVA Thank you!

Vor 3 years
Tom Palmer
Tom Palmer

nice job where their is a need there is a way continue on

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Tom Palmer Thanks!

Vor 3 years
1lightheaded
1lightheaded

That is a beautiful lathe. You are a master craftsman,that level of skill takes a long time to develop . My dad liked making little spindle weights for people who tie Bordeaux Lace

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+1lightheaded Thank you! I'm far from a master, I only started turning six months ago and only turn on the rare occasions I find the time for it, but I enjoy it so much.

Vor 3 years
Diane Soper
Diane Soper

I like to do miniatures also, so this was a neat video. I didn't get bored with it, as much as others I am trying to learn from, so that is a good thing too! :) Thanks for the time and effort to share with us!!!

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Diane Soper Thank you for your encouragements, happy you liked it!

Vor 3 years
Vincent De Santo
Vincent De Santo

Great demo. Please me your list. Vsdesanto@ mail.com

Vor 3 years
Júlio César Rodrigues
Júlio César Rodrigues

Great job!!

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Júlio César Rodrigues Thanks!

Vor 3 years
John Fordham
John Fordham

+1 great video!!!

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+John Fordham Thank you!

Vor 3 years
Arte en Torno
Arte en Torno

Excelente herramienta. Quedo hermosisima. Un abrazo desde Colombia.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Arte en Torno Thanks!

Vor 3 years
William Branham
William Branham

The human voice seems to connect us in an way I can't explain. However I like the simple graphics you have in your videos. The music is very cool! I like it all. Hard to please everyone. Doc Mebane, NC

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+William Branham Thank you! Music is the hardest to please everyone, since we all have different taste in that. Voice is the hardest for me to use due to English being my second language. I'll probably stick to tool noise and subtitles for a while, kind of Diresta style videos.

Vor 3 years
Mark Hazlewood
Mark Hazlewood

That is impressive.  I have a bunch of old Allen wrenches that I could use for this. Please show us how well it works.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Mark Hazlewood Thanks Mark! Will try to make a video about turning minis, will be kinda boring tho, since is just like turning a simple vase, only smaller.

Vor 3 years
Charles Auger
Charles Auger

Awesome work. keep it up. Use your voice when explaining something and add music when you are not talking. Buy the way, your voice is fine.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Charles Auger Thank you very much!

Vor 3 years
Thomas Hanson
Thomas Hanson

Well done.  I'm curious about the use for those miniatures.

Vor 3 years
Anan Pillai
Anan Pillai

WONDERFUL JOB. KEEP US LEARNING THE TRICKS.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thanks! I'm still learning myself, so we're in this journey together :)

Vor 3 years
Brian Hall
Brian Hall

Definitely just your voice and tool noises. Some people use music and I find it distracting, especially when it is very loud. Keep doing what you are doing and yes, I agree with many others on here, let us see you turn some of those miniatures.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you! I'll ditch the music and will try to use voice where possible or make diresta style videos when not. Miniature turning will be next, I promise!

Vor 3 years
gnosticsoul1
gnosticsoul1

Excellent work! Voice is fine or music if you want... lloyd

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you! I'll probably ditch the music. Voice will be on or off depending on my time to edit the video.

Vor 3 years
T Cunningham
T Cunningham

What brand of lathe is this?

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

It's a Proxxon, but I only recommend it if you don't have the space for a small Harbor Freight type wood lathe, the kind people use for pen turning.

Vor 3 years
J Tate
J Tate

I like thank you.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thanks!

Vor 3 years
George Whitfield
George Whitfield

Your video (and voice etc) is just fine. Thanks for sharing. Are you going to show us your new tool in action? I would like to see that. Keep up your good work. Kind regards/George

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you! Been away from the shop for a while, but when I'll have the time I'll certainly make a video using it!

Vor 3 years
David Wood
David Wood

Thankyou for the fine video, and good ideas. Also a big THANK YOU for not torturing the viewers with music!! 

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you David!

Vor 3 years
Beverley Pears
Beverley Pears

I like all of this video.  I am JUST in the process of making 3 allen keys Hollowing Tools and trying to turn minis, so this is timely.  Also like your choice of music & sound effects.  As to your voice, it needs a little ooomph to match all your other sound effects !!!  :-)  thanks a lot

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Beverley Pears LOL... oomph... yea... not gonna happen! :) Turning minis is fun, I'm sure you'll enjoy it! And judging by your other work I bet you'll be great at it too! Cheers!

Vor 3 years
38MarcW
38MarcW

Music is good as well as your lame voice LOL

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

LOL, thanks!

Vor 3 years
38MarcW
38MarcW

So good to see that detail means so much in all the things you make. There is no better thing than when all the patient work done you can then enjoy you tools Thanks so much for shareing.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you Marc! Sometimes I think I like tools better than the things I can make with them.

Vor 3 years
Rebel Turner
Rebel Turner

Great job

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you Albert!

Vor 3 years
Eric L
Eric L

voice and tool sound, if you want to improve your public speaking try Toastmasters.😀

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thanks Eric!

Vor 3 years
quiesty99
quiesty99

Definitely prefer the tool sounds over the music. Also, what is the make of your mini lathe? It looks like an ideal beginners lathe. Have you made and cutlery on it yet?

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you! The lathe is a Proxxon micro wood lathe. It has a few advantages like it's super quiet and very small and a few disadvantages like the flimsy aluminum build and plastic collets. If I were to buy new again I'd go for the harbor freight style mini lathe, unless space is really an issue.  In fact I'm in the process of replacing this lathe with two vintage ones, a watchmaker one for miniatures and a small metal lathe similar in size to the mini harbor freight lathe. Both are over 50 years old. The difference in quality between the proxxon and the watchmaker lathe is huge. I'll try to make a review of this lathe before I sell it.

Vor 3 years
Matthew Harper
Matthew Harper

very professional- looking tool and great video

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you Matthew!

Vor 3 years
MrLeonard55
MrLeonard55

Very nice.

Vor 4 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+MrLeonard55 Thank you!

Vor 4 years
Marcus Taylor
Marcus Taylor

 I would like to see more videos of your miniatures.  Voice, music, tool noise, subtitles are all fine with me as I usually watch project videos two or three times...till I can see it in my head.  I enjoy turning miniatures.  It gives me something to do with pen blank cutoffs. 

Vor 4 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you Marcus! I will make some miniature turning videos and see how people like them.

Vor 4 years
broadsideguy
broadsideguy

Great little tool there sir. And a bit of commentary works for me. Actually I think with the standard of your work and videos, there are plenty of people who would enjoy seeing you make miniatures. Cheers

Vor 4 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you! I think I'll give it a try.

Vor 4 years
echofoxxx
echofoxxx

Definitely your voice and tool sounds. Plus subtitles (just in case some words are misheard by us) Super great channel... Keep up the excellent work! P.s. Enter more contests to let more people know about your awesome channel. I found you through the Christmas ornament challenge.

Vor 4 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you for your suggestion! I'll try to make something for Summers 2x4 Competition in May. I don't know of any other contests until then. Meanwhile I'll try to make some shop upgrades, as they are badly needed.

Vor 4 years
Stuart Davey
Stuart Davey

Another great video. Either the voice or the music is fine, I like the descriptive overview and extra explanation of what you are doing, though. Those Allen wrench hollowing tools work really well, especially for the miniatures. Concrete nails also work well if you want to start with rectangular stock.

Vor 4 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you Stuart for the feedback and for the advice! I'll try concrete nails, I need a detail point tool and a nail seems the perfect shape for it.

Vor 4 years
Charlie Zellner
Charlie Zellner

I always enjoy your videos! Very interesting and entertaining. The music is fine and so is your voice! No problems man. The subtitles are fine too. Nut, personally, I don't like subtitles because they take my eyes off of your work. They can be handy if language is an issue but in your case, it isn't. Keep up the good work...

Vor 4 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you very much for the feedback Charlie, it means a lot to me! That's the same reason I want to get rid of subtitles, or at least reduce them to small hints. I'm kinda learning as I go, both video making and woodworking :) Thanks again!

Vor 4 years
Christopher Vaccaro
Christopher Vaccaro

Great Job! I love to see you use it when making one of those tiny vases. Do you make tiny tables too?

Vor 4 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you Christopher! I planned to make a video of turning a mini vase for a while, but I postponed it, since I thought there aren't a lot of people interested in miniatures. I'll probably make one soon. As for tables, I turned one table for my daughter's dollhouse, but only have some pictures of it, not a video. The only thing close to a table that I have on video is the mini cake platter in the "See through woodturning" video.

Vor 4 years

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