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    I have one of the 10-347 as well

    I have one of the 10-347 as well
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    this is what I use:...

    this is what I use: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Stack-On-14-38-in-Clear-View-12-Bin-Organizer-CB-12/203184611
  3. I make a few for my local funeral home. They gave...

    I make a few for my local funeral home. They gave me a plastic liner box and told me that average cremains would be 3/4 full. So I used sand to determine the volume and from the ones I've made the...
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    Just saw on WoW that Tom passed away from a brain...

    Just saw on WoW that Tom passed away from a brain bleed
  5. Jim, you may be referring to Howard's Feed and...

    Jim,
    you may be referring to Howard's Feed and Wax which some turners use and has an orange oil component. I am not a finish expert but Prashun is dead on with his info on orange oil.
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    Robert, you may want to look at replacing the...

    Robert, you may want to look at replacing the capacitor on your 1/2 hp Rikon. My grinder took a little while to get up to speed and when I would spin the wheel by hand it would help but still look...
  7. If the spindle gouge doesn't work, you could try...

    If the spindle gouge doesn't work, you could try a point tool
  8. I have made a few larger style (over 20" with...

    I have made a few larger style (over 20" with handles) rolling pins that have been well received. I mainly use Purpleheart because of the uniqueness. Most of the ones I make are for 1/4 thickness...
  9. The last one I got about that size was from TJ...

    The last one I got about that size was from TJ Maxx
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    I sold my 3520B for $3000 2 years ago when I...

    I sold my 3520B for $3000 2 years ago when I bought my Robust AB. I had the PB about 2 years and sold it for what I paid for it used. All that being said the 3520A price seems high to me as well....
  11. Thanks Lamar

    Thanks Lamar
  12. Yep, Steve, for me, it seems to be better not to...

    Yep, Steve, for me, it seems to be better not to push mother nature too hard and let her have her way with the spalting. As you can see from the pecan end pieces I posted, what a difference the last...
  13. Yes Ted, we live out in the boonies on 132 acres....

    Yes Ted, we live out in the boonies on 132 acres. I try not to cut my own trees unless they have already fallen or standing dead. There's always plenty of wood in our area plus I always look for...
  14. yes, David. sorry forgot to add that part

    yes, David. sorry forgot to add that part
  15. Good morning everyone, I'm afraid you may be...

    Good morning everyone, I'm afraid you may be disappointed in my spalting process because I don't do anything different, mother nature does it all.

    I am sure geography plays a role= I live in...
  16. thanks Tom and Tony

    thanks Tom and Tony
  17. thanks Randy for the kind words. You're probably...

    thanks Randy for the kind words. You're probably talking about God's workmanship with the spalting.
  18. thanks Roger. I hear you about the shear...

    thanks Roger. I hear you about the shear cutting...I occasionally use Minwax hardener on specific places but a can lasts me a long, long time. At least for me buffing spalted wood goes in this order...
  19. Tim, what I do is not very scientific but just my...

    Tim, what I do is not very scientific but just my method. I am sure there are a lot of variables I don't understand but in my area (south Georgia) it works for me. If fact, I have so much spalted...
  20. Thanks John, the hollow form is on a mirrored...

    Thanks John, the hollow form is on a mirrored battery operated display stand. I was trying to show the feet but they don't show up too well. I often do videos of the hollow forms & other pieces on...
  21. Part time lurker finally posting some PICS

    I felt like maybe I should share a little since most of what I do is get great ideas from the rest of you. The majority of the work I do is spalted wood. I really love the variation and have been...
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    if the wood was in south Georgia it would look...

    if the wood was in south Georgia it would look like Hickory
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    sounds like good advice Chris, thanks

    sounds like good advice Chris, thanks
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    401761Chris, if the bottom is out of slightly...

    401761Chris,
    if the bottom is out of slightly green wood, do you let it dry before you turn a lid. Would it be best to wait till then to cut the lip in the bottom. It seems if the walls are thin for...
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    I made a number of rolling pins at Christmas and...

    I made a number of rolling pins at Christmas and the most popular were purpleheart followed by spalted chinaberry. I finished them with one light coat on Mahoney's UtilityFinish.399997
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