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New Seller on the Market
Hey fellas, I must say this has got to be one of the most amazing feelings I've ever had as a wood worker. I jsut sold my frist bowl and it was truly a flattering experience. As some of my teachers, I...
13 years ago 8
 
Termite Tool
Has anyone any experience with the Termite Tool? It sounds like a great tool, but expensive. Is it worth it? Bill Hello, William. In this case, Google search is your friend. Find this newsgroup with...
13 years ago 6
 
Bandsaw back up and running...
Hello to the group, I recently posted a note about some problems I was having with link belts failing on my Italian Bandsaw. After two failures in two days, I opted to go back to the continuous "V"...
13 years ago
 
Wooden name tags
Several years ago (?) there was a guy, from a Texas woodturning club I think, who was offering wooden name tags for sale to other woodturners. (I also don't remember if he advertised on this forum or...
13 years ago 7
 
Archives/Threads from PVC drain pipe
I recently saw a conversation about using PVC drain pipe screwed connections for inserting in wood that wouldn't take threads. I can't find it anymore, and I don't have any knowledge of how to use the...
13 years ago 1
 
anchorseal shelf life ?
Posted back awhile on end grain sealing. I've decided to use anchorseal on a big batch of walnut and try to store them until I get to the turning. A 5 gallon can is not much more (relatively speaking)...
13 years ago 12
 
Progress report
Well, I went ahead and got the spiral forstner bits and am well satisfied. No squealing or binding like the regular forstners. Don't have to back out to clear the chips. Received a bowl tool rest from...
13 years ago 13
 
Steve Russell's New Woodturning Blog
Hello to the group, I've added a free Blog/RSS feed to my woodturning website! If you would like to subscribe, point your browser to: My blog will allow you to keep informed on updates to my website,...
13 years ago
 
Need a more expeireance option
I am thinking of buying this for some bowls. but I am not sure about the cut of the grain, can someone help me out. Thanks Marty I don't understand. What is your concern? Looks like your gonna have...
13 years ago 4
 
anyone interested in a custom job?
My landlord is looking for about 10 replacement stair spindles, and I was wondering if anyone would be interested in a little bit of paid work. These would be about 20-24" long, and painted so wood...
13 years ago 3
 
A nice score at work today
Hello all, While digging through the scrap this evening, I ran across some stainless steel marked "400 series". Not really knowing what the heck that was supposed to mean, I figured I'd ask- and lo...
13 years ago 14
 
What size inserted bits?
I found some 7/16 round steel rods lost in a corner of my shop and am cobbling up some small inserted bit hollowing tools. I wouldn't sully his memory by calling my messies, "Oland Tools". :) I have...
13 years ago 3
 
Shaving Brush Brushes
It might be good fun to turn some handles for shaving brushes. Cocobolo and similar oily wood should look good! I've found one source for the 'brush', Blankity-Blanks its called. Anyone know of any...
13 years ago 7
 
The WoodWorking Show Clinics
Has anyone ever been to the A-Z clinc at the show? If so how is & how is it structured? -TH I just went to th show in Atlanta this past weekend. I sat in on several of the A-Z clinics at the show....
13 years ago 1
 
Chuck Properties
I have a OneWay Stronghold chuck that I use for bowl turning. I also have the OneWay Jumbo Jaws. I have been doing a lot of smaller bowls lately and find the Jumbo Jaws very handy for finishing the...
13 years ago 7