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    Very nice work as usual Thom. I'll be in PSL...

    Very nice work as usual Thom. I'll be in PSL this month and looking forward to seeing everyone at the club.

    Jay Mullins
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    Thanks for taking the high road.

    Thanks for taking the high road.
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    A great thread Ron, thanks for sharing with us. ...

    A great thread Ron, thanks for sharing with us. I also like to make my own tools and jigs whenever possible. I've been asked why a few times since it might be easier to just buy them. I just like...
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    Brian............. I agree with what Roger and...

    Brian.............
    I agree with what Roger and others have said about leveling the bed, it's very important. I would suggest that you use a smart ( digital ) level, it will b easier to use and more...
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    Very nice work Tom.

    Very nice work Tom.
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    Russell and all, when using CA indoors, you...

    Russell and all, when using CA indoors, you should ALWAYS have good venilation and you should wear a resp. The fumes from the CA will cloud up your contac lens or your glasses if you wear them. In...
  7. Terry...........Thanks for posting this I had...

    Terry...........Thanks for posting this I had not purchased from them before. I opened their site, liked what I saw and became a customer. I like to shop from businesses that take care of their...
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    Tim, that's a nice lathe. It's nice to get a...

    Tim, that's a nice lathe. It's nice to get a nice lathe at a good price. Make a lot of chips.
    Jay
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    Nice piece Allan. looks like all the joints are...

    Nice piece Allan. looks like all the joints are tight, and a nice contrast with the two woods.

    Jay
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    I will be there too. Hope to meet you at the...

    I will be there too. Hope to meet you at the symposium.

    Jay Mullins
  11. Mark, thanks for posting the ourboard tool rest...

    Mark, thanks for posting the ourboard tool rest from Google. I see one of those in my future.

    Jay
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    Roger, I have the MJ style, the bent wire type...

    Roger,

    I have the MJ style, the bent wire type and the Reed Grey method of determining the thickness of the bottom. I use them all. They work for me.

    Jay
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    You nailed it. Excellent work from concept,...

    You nailed it. Excellent work from concept, turning and finishing.

    Jay
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    [Once the passengers were seated on the plane,...

    [Once the passengers were seated on the plane, the compensation had to be greater than it would have been if they had dealt with the problem before loading.]
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    David................No one starts off in this or...

    David................No one starts off in this or any other field as an expert. We all start as beginers and as our learning curve goes up, our confidence and skill grows.

    Turning green wood...
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    I looked at the CA air tools on line, decided the...

    I looked at the CA air tools on line, decided the 8 gallon tank size would work for me. It came in today, opened the box in the house., plugged in and Wow it was quiet. I can't believe I put up...
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    Bill, I used the gas saws for many years and cut...

    Bill, I used the gas saws for many years and cut a lot of trees. I've had a few electric saws and have found that when my chain properly sharpened I have cut air dried oak, locust and many other...
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    My theory: If you can't turn'em- burn'em

    My theory: If you can't turn'em- burn'em
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    I us a 2 1/8 forestner bit to make my recess and...

    I us a 2 1/8 forestner bit to make my recess and turn with a chuck. I haven't ground the point off and see no reason to, unless I was turning something very thin.
    Jay
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    Good luck on avoiding the tax........:)

    Good luck on avoiding the tax........:)
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    Congrats Bill, I've had my Griz 766 for about a...

    Congrats Bill, I've had my Griz 766 for about a year and couldn't be happier. If you have any questions, there's a great group of turners here and on the community forum. We've all benifited from...
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    I'm interested in a quite compressor for my shop,...

    I'm interested in a quite compressor for my shop, mainly to blow the chips out of hollow forms and vases. I have a larger Craftsman for bigger jobs, but I'm tired of the loud compressor in the shop....
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    The wood does look a little punky, but stablizing...

    The wood does look a little punky, but stablizing the wood would help. When I encounter really soft wood I saturate the wood with shallac or lacquer. Let it dry over night sand and repeat...
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    Very nice Willem. Jay

    Very nice Willem.

    Jay
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    Nice Hollow form, like others have commented on,...

    Nice Hollow form, like others have commented on, the black interrior is a nice touch. Members of my turning club have been using the black a lot lately.

    Jay
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