If you search “Sherline” on YouTube you will find a plethora of videos put up by Sherline customers. Sherline users are not only producing high-quality pieces with their Sherline machines, but many of them are also producing high-quality videos showcasing their work. They offer great how-tos and reviews on a variety of topics. These videos are the property of their creators and are unsolicited by Sherline.
MiniMachining Metal: machining on a smaller scale
A great collection of videos ranging from how to set up Sherline lathes and mills, discussing safety and terminology, to machining projects. Following is a list of links to his sites and some of his videos.
Clickspring: Amateur Clockmaking, Machine Shop…and other stuff
Clickspring is a home machine shop channel, with a focus on clock making. Following is a list of links to his sites and some of his videos.
KenToonz: The Art and Craftsmanship of Zeamon
Ken Condal has put together a series of videos highlighting many of his machining projects. Following is a list of links to his sites and some of his videos.
Downriver Tools is a Sherline dealer that specializes in producing plan sets, and soon, finished tools and accessories to convert Benchtop and Tool Room lathes into production turret lathes. Following is a list of links to their sites and some of their videos.
Inspire to Make: Videos of Cool DIY Objects
Igor creates beautiful DIY videos while creating cool objects, turned on a Sherline 4400 lathe, like a mini cannon and a ring crafted from a piece of meteorite. In addition to working with metals, he also shows his skills in woodworking, leather craftsmanship, and electronics.
Hercek Fine Billiard Cues
Joel Hercek builds custom, one-of-a-kind cues for each of his customers. Hercek has built cues for some of today’s most famous players and astute collectors.
Dzuricky Custom Cues
Bob Dzuricky makes custom pool cues using a custom-built Sherline lathe mounted to a CNC Route.
Carlos Vicente is producing helical gears on a Sherline mill without the aid of CNC. He prefers using more traditional methods when machining his projects. He is so “Old School” that he even has a steam engine that can run his lathe. To see more of his projects check out his YouTube channel. The videos are in Spanish, but he has provided English subtitles.