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Have posted a pic of some of my efforts on alt.binaries.pictures.woodworking. I'm not a good photographer so the quality is not good. Comments on the turnings would be welcome. I have so much lying around I had to do a pic with lots on it. Would take too long to send individual pics.
Tom
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Tom
Since the big ISP dropped newsgroups, many of us no longer have access to abpw. Posting to a site such as flickr.com and providing the link might produce more comments.
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Lobby Dosser
Thanks for the reminder - my ISP still provides it, so I forget that they're not universally accessible any more.
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(watch the line wrap). I have them set for public viewing so you shouldn't need a facebook account to see them. Let me know if you have any trouble... ...Kevin
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> (watch the line wrap). > > I have them set for public viewing so you shouldn't need a facebook > account to see them. Let me know if you have any trouble... >
Very nice work and no trouble viewing! I do like working with walnut, but curly ash is new to me. It just Sounds gnarly, how is it to turn?
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Lobby Dosser
Thanks. I'll have more to come in a few days. The curly ash isn't bad. Don't really notice a difference between it and and regular ash. Turns pretty nicely actually. Very clean, no bad tear out. Wish I had more of it, but I only got a small piece. Probably be able to make two or three more canisters of similar size.
I've made a couple out of curly maple that the finish is drying on that turned out nicely as well...
...Kevin
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Kevin Miller
On Sun, 13 Nov 2011 19:31:45 -0600, Kevin Miller wrote (in message ):

very nice! flashy grain - a real attention getter! tom koehler
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