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    My suggestion to confront the advertiser was...

    I'm no lawyer, but it the above portion of the Creek's TOS says that anyone posting anything to this forum gives license to it to the Creek, who can do with it what they please...[/QUOTE]

    My...
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    Send them a bill for using your copyrighted...

    Send them a bill for using your copyrighted image. Maybe include enough of the original picture to prove you know where they got it. I'd be tempted to start the note with "You morons" but that...
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    What tool(s) are you using to cut the surface? ...

    What tool(s) are you using to cut the surface? What are the two types of wood? You say the softer wood gets high spots - do you mean just a very narrow area right at the glue line, all the way...
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    From a test. 461726

    From a test.

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    I wondered about that! One tough guy! Perhaps...

    I wondered about that! One tough guy! Perhaps Bruce will see that and respond. But I suspect it's kind of like my place, not the whole property gets mowed! We have 27 acres and much is woods.
    ...
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    Interesting chunk of wood! Cookeville? You...

    Interesting chunk of wood!

    Cookeville? You must know our good friend John Lucas.
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    I have a big piece of thin stainless steel sheet...

    I have a big piece of thin stainless steel sheet I'll bet you could use!
    I keep thinking about cutting it up into something but inspiration hasn't yet hit me. I do have a plasma cutter. I might...
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    I'm not sure you want me. I used white 6" dia...

    I'm not sure you want me. I used white 6" dia PVC. Your shop needs gold plated ducts. :)
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    :) No, the biggest relationship I know is the...

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    No, the biggest relationship I know is the two can be hard to distinguish by the end grain. Throw Black Locust into that group as well, looks even more like Mulberry than Osage. However, the...
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    To clean up things like instruments that have...

    To clean up things like instruments that have scribed lines and numbers I use fine sandpaper (800 or 1000 grit) and hold it backed with a rubber eraser. The stiff eraser keeps the abrasive from...
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    When turning acrylic and other plastic I...

    When turning acrylic and other plastic I discovered that with a strong cyclone dust collector pickup just behind the piece it could pick up the end of a long string and suck the entire string away...
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    Are these made at least partially from steel? ...

    Are these made at least partially from steel?

    JKJ
  13. I can see them now. Curious, David, what method...

    I can see them now. Curious, David, what method did you use to post the invisible pictures? Was it from a mobile device? I looked at the coding in the original message and there were upload codes...
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    Most of the time I prefer a scroll chuck or a...

    Most of the time I prefer a scroll chuck or a screw chuck but I like to use a face plate on occasion. The last time was when I helped another turner to set up to make a round picture frame for an...
  15. Odd, none of the photos show up for me. JKJ

    Odd, none of the photos show up for me.

    JKJ
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    ..... :) .....

    ..... :) .....
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    I know nothing about that saw. Curious, are you...

    I know nothing about that saw. Curious, are you fixing it up to sell it or just want to know the value?

    The bearing above and positioned 90-deg to the guide bearings is a thrust bearing. Things...
  18. That's good advice. My opinion based on...

    That's good advice. My opinion based on experience and observation is a skilled turner can pick up nearly any sharp tool with any grind and after an experimental cut or two can make it work well. ...
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    Yes, what he said. :) According to this the...

    Yes, what he said. :)
    According to this the spindle thread is 1"x8tpi, common for small lathes.

    A basic starting wishlist:
    - faceplate
    - scroll chuck
    - drive and live centers
    - a tool or...
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    I'll try to bring you some more. Just gotta find...

    I'll try to bring you some more. Just gotta find time to get away for a few hours...
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    Very nice, and again, clever. Seems like a...

    Very nice, and again, clever. Seems like a wonderful obsession!

    So I take it you're a glassblower/worker. Do you have a glass studio with a kiln or use one in a studio nearby?
    A...
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    How clever!

    How clever!
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    I think some of it is automobile design has...

    I think some of it is automobile design has evolved to what works. People like the functionality of certain styles so they get copied.
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    I don't know if there is a consensus about the...

    I don't know if there is a consensus about the gouge and flute shape. I haven't seen Doug's bottom gouge but plan on ordering one to take a look and try to understand. I know you can grind just...
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    Is your screen brightness turned up? I have no...

    Is your screen brightness turned up? I have no problem seeing the screen on my phone even in direct sun. Auto brightness mode might help. Or maybe my phone just has a brighter screen. ??
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