Been working on these for a day or two.
First up is the arrow stock these are 5/16" one for the smaller bows in the house. This stock is what is called a Hexshaft made in Canada and are made up of wedges than machined to be round. Here is a link to them http://www.hexshaftarrows.com/about_hexshafts.html
next up is the dipper it is for applying the finish to the shaft. Just dip it in and hang it up to dry.
The next two pics are of the 24/64" shafts for the bigger bows. They have been dipped and the nock tapper has been put on with the machine in the next pic.
The last three pics are of what is called a cresting lathe. As you can see it's for painting the strips (cresting)on an arrow.
Next up will be fletching but we haven't gotten that far yet.