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Future 36" X 36"Meeting Room / Class Room at the YWCA Lubbock

Mission:

The mission of the South Plains Woodturners is to provide education, information, and organization to those interested in turning wood.


Vision:

The American Association of Woodturners will strive to become a world leader in establishing lathe-turned work as a major element in the craft world, while at the same time spearheading youth development and engendering amateur interest and activities.



One Way to Produce a Booth inside the Buddy Holly Hall for First Friday Art Trail 15' x 40'




Click the link below to go to the City of Lubbock

COVID DASHBOARD for the latest local and state news.

https://ci.lubbock.tx.us/departments/health-department/covid-19


Thankyou members & guests for taking a minute to register / sign in on the Event Calendar.

This helps us know how many to prepare for and we don't waste time and money for people who choose not to attend.


The safety of our members, guests, students and hosts has been and will continue to be our first priority.  We believe that all woodturning accidents are avoidable if we take proper measures in advance.  


The club owns many face shields and they should be used when turning wood on a lathe. The AAW will not use your photo for publication if it depicts a woodturner at the lathe without a face shield and safety glasses.  


The GAC, YWCA, and SPW maintain first aid supplies just in case of an accident. We have a large poster of the AAW Safety Rules and they are posted in the classrooms. Youth Woodturners are required to take safety tests and pass with a score of 100 before using a machine.


Access a free 30 page AAW Safety Guidebook at:

https://woodturner.org//Common/Uploaded%20files/

Safety/SafetyGuidebook-Bonus.pdf


Also, here are more AAW resources https://woodturner.org/Woodturner/LearningPortals/

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Common Woodturning Terminology

When you begin to learn woodturning, you may be intimidated or confused by the terminology. What does it mean to ride the bevel, for example? What is an SRG? Here is a glossary of woodturning terms you may hear when you watch a woodturning demonstration, attend a chapter meeting, or read an article. You are now on your way to talking like a woodturner.

Woodturning Types   Woodturning Terms   Lathe Parts

The manufacturers like Jet provide an excellent manual with their products. Here is a link to view or download the Jet 1221 VS lathe like we have for our students.

https://www.manualslib.com/manual/831547/Jet-Jwl-1221vs.html

Finally, here is a link to every machine process and a safety test for all Career & Technical Education areas.

 https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/2004-101/pdfs/safe.pdf

 "Safety consciousness requires that the student be educated in safety generally and specifically. The teacher, in working to develop a positive attitude toward safety, should teach the student to ask “Is what I am about to do unsafe in any way to myself, to others, or to property?” 

It is essential that the instructional methods lend themselves to positive safety attitude development. This includes 

(1) a clean and orderly working environment, 

(2) the awareness of possible accident situations where respect replaces fear, 

(3) the importance of rules and regulations, 

(4) the necessity to teach the correct way to perform the first time, 

(5) the knowledge and skills in the use and the proper maintenance of tools and machines, 

(6) the reinforcement of safe operating procedures, and 

(7) proper respect for hazardous wastes and hazardous waste disposal. "

Have a safe class.  




 

Events

First Saturday
Meeting, October 2nd - at YWCA Lubbock
6501 University Ave, Lubbock, TX 79413  Eastside entry 9 AM - Noon
Featuring
Robert Marsh
Friday set up 
Sat Social Time  8:00  - 9:00 AM 
Coffee & Donuts buy your raffle tickets, check out the Library.

Meeting at 9:00 AM sharp


After Meeting Meal TBD

Show & Tell, Raffle, Coffee & Donuts     Watch your email from spwtinc@gmail.com
Registration is open on the Event Calendar

Events


WEAR A MASK 
USE HAND SANITZIER 
WASH HANDS
WEAR YOUR I GOT VACCINATED BUTTON
STAY HOME IF ILL
SIGN IN ONLINE SO WE KNOW HOW MANY DONUTS TO GET

Guests are always welcome.               We have classes.

Oct 2nd                Robert Marsh
Nov 6th                     Bryce Ellis
Dec 4th Christmas Party at LWC
Jan 1    New Years Day       TBD
Feb 5th                               TBD
March 5th                           TBD

"What is the essence of life? To serve others and do good."  - Aristotle


People are passionate about many things. Those passions often direct us towards finding our particular purpose – our place we want to be involved in the community. For the Volunteer Center, service is about more than just volunteering. It’s about discovering your personal passion and purpose and then putting that purpose into action.

 

The success of a community will be defined by its next generations. At the Volunteer Center, we believe it is our responsibility to help build a next generation of leaders who are engaged within their community and who know how to use their personal strengths and talents to benefit those around them, in their workplace, in their neighborhood, and every area of their lives.


  South Plains Woodturners Inc.P. O. Box 65428  Lubbock TX 79424

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SPWT  is proud to be one of 350+ worldwide chapters of the American Association of Woodturners

We encourage you to join this fine organization.

The American Association of Woodturners(AAW) is an international, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.

AAW's mission is to provide education, information, and organization to those interested in turning wood