Inside Out Turning Part 1





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Published on Aug 26, 2012

Part 1 of 3 Parts
This is an unusual type of turning I am trying for the first time

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As Wood Turns
I worry about you wearing a glove for the same reason you don't want to use a cloth to apply finish. Why not a small pad to shield you from the heat? I've put this project on my to do list too!
Anne Wood
Lorry Stagg
I use cabinet makers wax and a friction polish
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chris randell
Absolutley love your accent!
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gotta love your personality. awesome work on your first try.
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David Clevenger
Thanks for the tip!
Mike Waldt
Great first part David....onward to part two...:) Cheers Mike
David Clevenger
Thanks Joe! I'll use that tip on my next project!
Joe Colquitt
Nice job David. I notice that you rough down from square. On larger pieces I usually bandsaw the corners off (especially if it's good wood I don't have a lot of) as this is easier than with the chisel and the offcuts can be used for feet, buttons or other small turnings. For example offcuts from a 4x4 can be turned to 7/10ths (18mm) with a little care
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