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    Merry Christmas to you also Rob... I built my...

    Merry Christmas to you also Rob... I built my worktable top out of ripped 2x8 yellow pine in may, 2003. No bolts or any other kind of mechanical fastener. I have had no problems at al with mine... ...
  2. toy soldier

    This is my second entry in group tear out. Cedar, 17 inches tall, 3 1/4 inches dia........Thanks for looking......doug



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  3. cedar snowman

    Please enter this in the group tear out. I make a few of these every year for gifts, but I haven't sold anything. Snowman is 11 inches tall, close to 5 1/2 inches dia. hat, arms,pipe and nose are all...
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    Aaron, thanks for responding. Still happening,...

    Aaron, thanks for responding.
    Still happening, 'cept it has added Raymond Overman to the ones I can't view. I appreciate any help you can give me on this.........doug
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    no pics on turner forum

    Instead of a picture in the turner's forum, I get the sawmill creek logo and it says to view, log on to smc. In the general ww forum the pics show up as usual.. I was logged in at the time. any...
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    Stu, thanks for the videos. Sorry for the non...

    Stu, thanks for the videos. Sorry for the non response on your others. It seems I have fallen in the habit of reading and enjoying everyones posts without replies. I like trying new [to me] things...
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    I was reluctant to answer this post because I...

    I was reluctant to answer this post because I have not extensively used my sander. I am still in the process of insulating and wiring my shop. But I did spend my money as soon as this product became...
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    As noble as the sentiment is [ taking one for the...

    As noble as the sentiment is [ taking one for the team], I will have to deny you the pleasure. This does not qualify. Great looking bowl, found wood or no......Finish it and keep it... And get on...
  9. Thread: wiring size?

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    I appreciate the help from all of you and will be...

    I appreciate the help from all of you and will be running the #6 wire. I will also be running a separate grounding rod to the subpanel. I am using a 60 amp breaker to feed the panel as I have nothing...
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    I fail to see how that was turned......As pretty...

    I fail to see how that was turned......As pretty as it is, as great a job You did on it, I will not believe it was done on your lathe......tsk, tsk
    congrats......doug
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    Many thanks Dennis......I be a dumb ol plumber...

    Many thanks Dennis......I be a dumb ol plumber but I know when to ask questions........Thanks again......doug
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    wiring size?

    Got to run underground in conduit for 75 feet between panel boxes for shop....15 amps twice........lights, fans and refrigerator....2 5000 btu a/c's .........wire size? thanks
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    Thanks ya'll......All of the sticks are 36...

    Thanks ya'll......All of the sticks are 36 inches....smallest diameter is 1 inch, tapering on up to around 1 1/2 inches. The shafts largest is around 1 1/4. The offset is only 3/8 of an inch off...
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    I'm gonna take a stick to my cousin

    When my cousin brought me some cedar, he mentioned wanting a walking stick. Since then I have turned 4 in 4 days. One that I have no pics of is at my bil's. I turned it there to show him the offset....
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    Beautiful wood and the crack certainly does...

    Beautiful wood and the crack certainly does nothing to detract from it. great work.
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    It is really special when that person is so...

    It is really special when that person is so completly surprised by your gift and you get the kind of true reaction you recieved.
  17. Better and better.......Keep them coming

    Better and better.......Keep them coming
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    walkingstick #2, cedar edition

    Had so much fun turning the pecan stick, I decided to turn one of cedar. No finish or buffing yet, as I am undecided what I want to do in that regard. Thanks for looking.............doug


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    Thanks for your kind words..I have the luxury of...

    Thanks for your kind words..I have the luxury of turning anything I want to at any time or nothing at all...I had no intention of turning a walking stick as I started to the shop. A cousin had...
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    inspired by turning n.e. bowls

    As I was walking to my shop today after a couple days turning my n. e. bowls, I was inspired to turn something a bit different.........

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    Thanks for the kind words......I'm just a broken...

    Thanks for the kind words......I'm just a broken down old plumber having fun turning. Seeing all the beautiful work shown on the creek keeps me very aware of what I still have to learn. BTW.....these...
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    Two sides to a sweetgum log....N.E.

    Encouraged by the results of my first try at n.e.'s { 'fish mouth bowl' }, I decided to be a bit more ambitious........These are from opposing sides of a sweetgum log.......Final measurements around...
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    pecan "fish mouth" n.e. sumpin

    More play time with the green pecan....A couple of attempts at 'coke bottles' and a n.e. bowl, cup or whatever. The inside is unfinished, outside is blo and buffed. My first impression was of a...
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    John Hart buckeye and a spalted pecan

    Although I am not too fond of the form of either of these, I enjoyed turning them. The buckeye was green, so I enjoyed long wet curlies..... The pecan was iron hard and dust dry, but I enjoyed seeing...
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    Great, Henry.........keep them coming....very...

    Great, Henry.........keep them coming....very nice indeed
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