Ken Rizza: Cheap alternative to a good LED that can be found on woodturnerswonders.com
tom brock: just got mine. can't wait to hit the shop to make base. get light from
IKEA. they are $9.99 + shipping. so i bought 3-so overall each light was $
ZephZhang: "This is a shop article, it didn't need to be beautiful". I totally don't
agree. What can be more pleasant that surrounding yourself with beautiful
things that you've created while you work. It is like surrounding yourself
with little reminders of joy and pride, plus it creates a welcoming
atmosphere. Then again, I believe that the shop is a living spaces as much
as is a kitchen. I think you did a nice job on those and I love the idea.
As Wood Turns: Ikea likes you to take their full route around the store. However, if you
ask specifically they will give you directions for a short cut. Enjoy Alan
MrSkeeter18: Thanks Allan. That is a great idea. Thanks bob
As Wood Turns: Don't wait too long, the fun is going on without you. Alan
As Wood Turns: Nice that it all works for you. Alan Stratton
As Wood Turns: I understand, It took me some time to plan my trip as Ikea is clear across
town. Thanks for watching. Alan Stratton
Scott Taylor: Elegant solution to an old (and ongoing) problem. Thanks for sharing :)
RealRuler2112: They at least used to make these with a magnetic base - have had one on the
lathe for several years. Most useful $10 Christmas present I ever got. :)
They're especially useful for thin-wall turning, judging the thickness by
the amount of light coming through the wood, and like mentioned before,
since they're LED the vibrations don't kill the filament (because there
Allen Tyler: Great video Alan keep up the good work
Colin Tonkasdad: another project to do when my workshop is finished its refurb! nice one
As Wood Turns: Thanks for watching. Alan
Greg Heller: The only Ikea store in Washington is on the Seattle side of the Puget
Sound... I live on the other side and don't go to Seattle unless forced
to... Thanks again for the ideas. Always looking for something new.
Pablo Gazmuri: You can also buy a round magnet with a metal case at the ACE hardware store
which are about 3" in diameter. You then drill the two holes for the screws
and washers to make up for the height of the screws base.The cost total is
Larry Pierce: Where didyou find them for 11.00 ? Cheapest I've found on ebay and Amazon
for 19.95 plus shipping.. Great Idea Larry PIerce
Mike Waldt: Guess who now has no excuse not to go to Ikea with his wife!!!!!! Great
video Alan, thanks. Take care Mike
Bob Daniel: Good idea! BTW I always find it a bit confusing that the action in the
video is not in sync with your voice-over... you'll be describing something
about the tailstock for example, when that part of the video has not
happened yet, or happened some time earlier... just my two cents!
David Borch: Thats a great idea. And with the lights being LED they are not subjective
to breakage(burnout and such) like other bulbs, they are low voltage and
last longer. So the cost savings is great. Great vid,
As Wood Turns: JANSJÖ LED work lamp, black $9.99 Article Number: 201.696.58 Per IKEA.com
carl53301: Very good idea thank you
As Wood Turns: It wasn't the camera - It was the production software that downgraded the
resolution. After your comment, I checked further, found the obscure
setting, and fixed it. Thank you Alan
As Wood Turns: Likewise Thanks Alan Stratton
Carl Jacobson: Great idea Alan, Carl
As Wood Turns: Great tip for the thin wall turning. Thanks Alan Stratton
As Wood Turns: I take tips from where ever I can find them. Thanks Alan
Bill Skoros: Nice fun and simple project. While I don't have a lathe, its a great idea
and I can create something with a band saw for my small shop at home. Can
always use more light when using it or my drill press.
As Wood Turns: Hmmm. I'm sure that I'll remember this next time I'm tempted. For tenon
sizing I'm now using sharpened end wrenches. Thank you for highlighting
this risk. Alan Stratton
Lamar Sineath: Anything helpful like this deserves a 'like' in my book. WTG, good find. :)
Greg Heller: I'm planning my next trip to the closest Ikea store.... Thanks Alan.
As Wood Turns: Glad you like them Alan
As Wood Turns: The voice over is one of the hardest parts of producing a video for me. I'm
working on it but obviously have not not conquered it yet. Thanks for your
As Wood Turns: I'm even considering buying and making a couple more for other equipment:
sander, miter saw, etc. Enjoy Alan Stratton
As Wood Turns: Well that's a tough one. How about gluing your blank to a scrap block - top
to faceplate? Make sure your blank is a little longer than otherwise. This
would enable you to turn a recess in the bottom, Then shape the rest
figuring for a flat at the height you've targeted. IMO the flat should be
covered by the IKEA lamp base. Then part it off at the flat. For me,
turning would be a little awkward because you're cramped between the
facepate and the base. but do-able. Give it a try. Alan Stratton
Joseph Foresta: Great Video, love any reason to do some turning. My wife just gave me a 14"
swing lathe for Christmas so while I have turned pens and small projects in
the past nothing big. It is a HF lathe so the nova chucks don't fit. I was
wondering if you could show some face plate turning with no chucks. I have
a root ball of a bush drying on my back porch that I would love to turn
into a bowl but I'm not sure how to turn a bowl with only a face plate. any
suggestions would be appreciated.
As Wood Turns: Well said. Thank you Alan Stratton
As Wood Turns: You are so welcome. Enjoy Alan Stratton
As Wood Turns: Joseph - please check out my latest video. I turned a small bowl without a
chuck. Alan Stratton
As Wood Turns: Thanks for watching. Alan
Joseph Ford: Hi Alan - I'm always looking for more light while working - ops I mean
playing - on the lathe. Very nice I'm ordering some today! I think some
would be nice on other shop tools too, like my bandsaw!
Brown Suspenders: Thanks for the "lamp". I bought 2, attached 1 to a 4" steel spring clamp
and I have saved the other. Fantastic lunch. Yes, they do make the
"clamping" kind but the reach is much shorter..Now I am off to buy the 1x8
spindle tap. Keep the videos coming.
Gerald Jensen: Too bad IKEA doesn't sell these on their website ... they are only
available at their brick & mortar stores.
houtjeboom: Nice Idea..... thank you Alan
Rick McQuay: I had that happen on some of my videos.
As Wood Turns: At Ikea - at the store only - I believe in the bedroom area. They don't
offer them online. When you go to the store, ask directions for the short
cut to the bedroom area. Enjoy. Alan
As Wood Turns: Most chucks offer adapters to spindles. I recommend a chuck for bowl
turning. Early on, I turned with only a faceplate. A couple of approaches:
1) Screw thru the faceplate directly into your workpiece. 2) Glue another
scrap piece to your stock and screw into it. A piece of kraft paper in the
glue line between the two pieces of wood will help. To finish the foot,
you'd need a scrap for a jamb chuck screwed to the face plate. Not much
space here. Good Luck & start with a different bowl - Alan
Alan Cann: Good evening Alan, I have had my Ikea lights sitting in my workshop for a
month now, but I don't have a scroll chuck yet. Is there some way I might
be able to do this with a faceplate?
Larry Pierce: Thanks I check it out .. Larry
As Wood Turns: Thanks - I immediately liked them. Alan
As Wood Turns: Yes, any tool with a iron base that needs light can use one. I just
purchased 4 more. Alan Stratton
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