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    Thanks Eric..... Hey Robert....my son will be...

    Thanks Eric..... Hey Robert....my son will be home this weekend and I'll ask where he got the info and let you know...
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    Sorry Steven.... but why over complicate things?...

    Sorry Steven.... but why over complicate things? The OP says he is not computer savy and you want him to try that?... all he needs to do is get a SATA to USB cable like in the picture and he can get...
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    And as has been pointed out many,many,many, times...

    And as has been pointed out many,many,many, times before.... It's ONLY 6 dollars!!!... and yet probably the majority of members has a computer. internet. cell phone, etc... 6 bucks isn't going to...
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    I have taken the drives out of an old XP computer...

    I have taken the drives out of an old XP computer and a Win 7 computer and taken the files off of them to my new Win 10 computer by using the proper cable and plugging then into the USB port with no...
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    Thanks Ken..... and Mel... I understand what...

    Thanks Ken..... and Mel... I understand what you're saying. Since my son made it I was only looking in a few times to see how it was going so I'm not the best at explaining the process.... My son is...
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    Bert... it really depends on what type of...

    Bert... it really depends on what type of connection is on your old drive.... could be an old IDE connector or a newer SATA connector... there are plenty of interfaces available for any connector to...
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    Yes....it's hollow....about 5/8" thick... forgot...

    Yes....it's hollow....about 5/8" thick... forgot to mention it's about 10" across.. thanks for commenting....
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    Plywood Ball.....

    Thought I'd post some pics of this decorative ball my son turned. It's made out of Baltic Birch plywood and took quite a bit of prep time. He had to cut out all the triangular segments with, I think,...
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    Thank you....from someone also north of...

    Thank you....from someone also north of Toronto.....
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    I always trust Gorilla glue for kitchen stuff...

    I always trust Gorilla glue for kitchen stuff like cutting boards.... never had a joint fail yet...
  11. In my opinion the only hoses to buy are rubber...

    In my opinion the only hoses to buy are rubber ones. I've had mine now for 30+ years and still going strong. They never kink up or crack or leak like the plastic kind....
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    Can't see the picture you tried to post......are...

    Can't see the picture you tried to post......are you sure your contributor status hasn't expired?
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    I agree with the suggestions that the speed was...

    I agree with the suggestions that the speed was probably too fast for drilling... I also drill at 500 rpm (or less) as Dwight stated...
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    Great looking bowl!... I love turning wood like...

    Great looking bowl!... I love turning wood like that...
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    I always turn a tenon on the bottom of my bowls...

    I always turn a tenon on the bottom of my bowls and use that to grip with the chuck when I reverse the bowl to turn the inside. When the inside is done I put on as many coats of WOP as I need then I...
  16. With the door open just push the light actuator...

    With the door open just push the light actuator with your finger and you will see it goes out....
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    I have several curved tool rests as well and use...

    I have several curved tool rests as well and use all of them. You can get by on the outside of a bowl with a straight rest but I think the curved ones are a necessity for the inside cuts.
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    I've had posts deleted once in a while and I...

    I've had posts deleted once in a while and I think it should be standard procedure that the person who deleted the post send the poster a quick note as to why it was deleted instead of leaving them...
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    Sticky: Please add me in for the draw... thanks

    Please add me in for the draw... thanks
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    I can get rid of most of the rash with my bowl...

    I can get rid of most of the rash with my bowl gouge and if needed I run the lathe in reverse and sand out the rest....
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    I see 2 posts 16 days apart about the same...

    I see 2 posts 16 days apart about the same problem although one says a 1642 and one, although labeled 1642, says the problem is with a 1640???... you have 2 lathes with the same problem?
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    I love it when I am searching for a present for...

    I love it when I am searching for a present for my wife and the next time either one of us uses the computer there are adds all over the place for that item!!!
  23. I find one of those canned air horns for boating...

    I find one of those canned air horns for boating works well....
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    I buy a roll of cheesecloth and cut a piece off...

    I buy a roll of cheesecloth and cut a piece off and fold it over a few times to apply wipe-on finish...
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    Glad it was an easy fix......

    Glad it was an easy fix......
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