Market Place
If you have something that has outlived its usefulness perhaps another club member will be interested. Send us a photo, description and asking price and we will post it here. Or if you are seeking an item, we can let others know you are interested to buy. Your posting will remain until you ask us to take it down or for 6 months, whichever comes sooner.

Postings Welcome:

This is a free service to members in good standing.  To make a posting please send an email to info@torontowoodturnersguild.com providing:
  • A description of the item, your asking price, your location, and your contact information (telephone or email); and
  • One or two photos, if possible.      

Lathe for Sale

Delta midi-lathe. I can't use it in my condo's hobby room due to the COVID-19 virus.

These are the specs:

  • 1HP motor;

  • 3 electronic variable speed settings;

  • comes with tool rest, spur center, face plate, knockout bar, live center;

  • Also has an extension;

  • Good working condition;

  • Best offer

Located in the Yonge-Sheppard area of Toronto.

Call Allan Cooper 416-223-4445

Photo below is from the Delta catalogue. I am selling a USED machine.  In 2010 Canadian Woodworking wrote a review of the Delta Midi Lathe saying it was arguably the best value in a benchtop lathe.

Photo of new Delta midi lathe


Wanted - to borrow or rent:
33mm Lathe Spindle tap (M33 x 3.5 RH spindle thread). So I can make a hand-wheel. I don't want to pay retail for something I will only use once. 

Free to a good home:
Delta 46-937 6" Faceplate, 1"- 8 tpi, Left/Right Hand Thread (Yes, it has both threads!)


































Free to a good home:
Two 3" Faceplates  1 3/8" x 6 tpi RH thread (from an old Wadkins lathe)





Happy to arrange "safe" curbside pick-up.

Contact Will Armstrong - 647-376-7118, or by email


Newlove Estate items for sale

As many of you know, Doug Newlove, a founding TWG member and master woodturner, died at the peak of his woodturning career.  I inherited his fully equipped shop and picked up the craft myself.  However, I now see that the remaining stock is beyond what I could ever use, and I am purging items that may be better loved by other woodworkers. I have used a website to post these items and I encourage you to go to turnersturnings.ca to see if there is anything of interest to you.  This is a work in progress and the postings have just begun.  Please check back often.  I would welcome your inquiries at sharonpturner@gmail.com or 416-738-2175.

Thank you.

Sharon Turner-Newlove
Doug Newlove at the lathe