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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.
  4. 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.
  7. Glen, Here's an old thread I posted several...

    Glen,
    Here's an old thread I posted several years ago that might help. http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?144500-Vessel-with-threaded-lid&p=1470158
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    Tim, if you are looking for videos on hand...

    Tim, if you are looking for videos on hand chasing, Mike Mahoney has an excellent one "Hollow Forms and Urns". This is what inspired me to try hand chasing. One thing I'd recommend if that's the...
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    You might want to consider making a threading jig...

    You might want to consider making a threading jig yourself. Dick Mahaney here at SMC showed one several years ago, and with his permission I copied it. Not too expensive to build and it does a decent...
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    Do a search for The Walnut Log located in...

    Do a search for The Walnut Log located in Missouri. Jeff is the owner and distributor for Hampshire Sheen in the U.S.
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    Absolutely, it's worth saving. I've turned just a...

    Absolutely, it's worth saving. I've turned just a few pieces of redbud...here's one. http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?161900-Red-Bud-HF&highlight=
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    How about using a combination square with a...

    How about using a combination square with a centering head held against the grinding wheel. Then the platform can be adjusted to lay flat and true to the blade of the square? I think Cindy Drozda...
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    good idea!!!

    good idea!!!
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    You're not alone, Robert, this was new to me....

    You're not alone, Robert, this was new to me. Probably not too uncommon with cheaply made foreign made stuff.
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    You lost me, Mike. This night stand has three...

    You lost me, Mike.
    This night stand has three drawers, and no face frame, and no rail between the drawers. The inside top and sides are flush...even the drawer bottoms are flush. Very cheap. I think...
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    Drawer stops

    My son just showed me on facetime, a night stand purchased for my grandsons room, and the question about drawer stops came up. I'm familiar with the hinge type and the piece of wood screwed to a...
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    Remove the coating on formica by sanding, getting...

    Remove the coating on formica by sanding, getting it down to a thickness of around .020. Sharpen to a rounded point. Speed helps, but be careful!! After a little use sand the sides where the edge has...
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    I have some old Craftsman turning tools and the...

    I have some old Craftsman turning tools and the ones with brown handles are marked HSS. Some others with red handles don't say HSS, so they're probably carbon steel.
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    I see another blue ribbon in your future.

    I see another blue ribbon in your future.
  20. If you want to get some different jaws, by all...

    If you want to get some different jaws, by all means go ahead, I have several myself. Even with the different jaws I have, sometimes I'm turning a piece that won't fit the jaws. For instance, I...
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    That's a great looking box for a very worthy...

    That's a great looking box for a very worthy cause. You should be proud.
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    +1!!!!! Me too!

    +1!!!!! Me too!
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    You could try something like...

    You could try something like this....http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?193652-Dyed-Ash-Bowl-(a-tribute-to-Bill-Neddow)&highlight=
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    That link takes you to the same instructions I...

    That link takes you to the same instructions I mentioned by David Mueller. This guy is a genius for designing this jig. So many possibilities for other things besides pendants.
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    I just recently started turning some pendants and...

    I just recently started turning some pendants and the video Paul shows is how I've been making them. I think they look better with both sides rounded rather than the back being flat. I made two jigs...
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