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    You have done a fine job on that bowl, I really...

    You have done a fine job on that bowl, I really like the shape. I have a piece of Butternut, but haven't turned it yet. How was it to turn?
  2. Well...better late than never. A fine looking...

    Well...better late than never. A fine looking bowl Mr. Hart.
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    You did a great job on a beautiful piece of wood....

    You did a great job on a beautiful piece of wood. The texturing really tops it off. Thanks for sharing.
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    Very nice, I like it. Hope you are well.

    Very nice, I like it. Hope you are well.
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    Great job...I like 'em both.

    Great job...I like 'em both.
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    I have used WOP, danish oil, antique oil, shellac...

    I have used WOP, danish oil, antique oil, shellac and a couple others I can't think of right now. Happy with all of them. Just pick one and see how you like it. I have turned lots of walnut, but I...
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    Thanks for the compliment. Those blue pieces are...

    Thanks for the compliment. Those blue pieces are thrust bearings from QBC Bearings that were recommended by Bill Bolen. Bill was very helpful when I built mine, I had lots of questions and Bill...
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    Here is a thread from years ago showing one I...

    Here is a thread from years ago showing one I made.Elbo tool or homemade equivalent
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    Congrats on the new shop. To say I envy you would...

    Congrats on the new shop. To say I envy you would be an understatement.
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    Great job. Wish I could results like that with my...

    Great job. Wish I could results like that with my sorby.
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    "Over the weekend"...those would take me a month...

    "Over the weekend"...those would take me a month or two, or three. Nice work on all.
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    Very nice. I'm sure they will be appreciated.

    Very nice. I'm sure they will be appreciated.
  13. Jim, I do not agree with some of the comments...

    Jim, I do not agree with some of the comments made above. I think you have done a fine job with this piece!! To be inspired by an others work does not mean you are attempting to duplicate it. I have...
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    I made a sphere jig from aluminum that will turn...

    I made a sphere jig from aluminum that will turn a 12"-14" sphere (just guessing, have not done one more than 8"). It will also hollow the interior. I read a lot of articles, watched you tube videos,...
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    Don't know where you live Dave, but I'd trade you...

    Don't know where you live Dave, but I'd trade you a Nova 1624 complete with drive center, knock out bar, chuck, and bed extension. Heck, I'll even throw in some tools.
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    We have a blind gentleman in our turning club who...

    We have a blind gentleman in our turning club who is nothing short of amazing. He gave a demonstration last month on coring and a couple of years ago a demo on ornaments. At this months meeting he...
  17. I talked to Jim Adkins a couple months back and...

    I talked to Jim Adkins a couple months back and he mentioned seeing Scott at SWAT in August. Scott had a gift for Jim...a bunch of T-shirts. Sounds like Scott is in the printed shirt business and the...
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    As easy as they are to build, I'd make a wedgie...

    As easy as they are to build, I'd make a wedgie sled for each saw and router table. I built mine for the table saw and I cut straight slots in the base at both ends instead of a pivot hole and curved...
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    Alan, thanks for the advice. After waiting...

    Alan, thanks for the advice. After waiting several days for someone to reply I decided to wipe the piece with lacquer thinner and do some sanding (dry). I then sprayed with shellac and everything...
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    Finishing Question

    I'm working on a hollow sphere with piercing. After the hollowing and turning the outside of the sphere I sanded using a beeswax/mineral oil mixture that I often use. It cuts down the sanding dust...
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    Don't know where you are located, but Craigs List...

    Don't know where you are located, but Craigs List shows one for $200.00 in my area.
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    I'm sure I remember seeing a homemade outboard...

    I'm sure I remember seeing a homemade outboard rest here, but now I can't find it. Standard black pipe and elbows were used. I had thoughts of making one but never did.
  23. My homemade threading jig makes 14tpi and works...

    My homemade threading jig makes 14tpi and works well with domestic hardwoods. Given a choice between 12 or 16tpi, I'd go with the 12tpi for the same reasons mentioned by Dwight.
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    I've not needed to buy any for a long time so...

    I've not needed to buy any for a long time so haven't noticed pricing difference. I cashed in years ago. http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?129366-Danish-Oil-on-sale&highlight=
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    Ron, See if there's a Fastenal store near you....

    Ron,
    See if there's a Fastenal store near you. They have 1" bar.
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