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I'd like to try being creative with my wood turning!
This book would be a great addition to my library!
Great timing! I just picked up a nearly new Jet lathe. This would be perfect to get me going.
This would certainly help me make better joints. Thanks for the opportunity.
This week I had the opportunity to visit the shop of a woodworker in Painesville, Ohio. He had sitting in his showroom several of these oval boxes. They were so beautiful it inspired me to attempt to build some. This book would be very helpful in my first attempt!
Truly amazing work. I wouldn't have thought of using end grain veneer. Thanks for sharing this.
In my little bit of experience turning, I learned a Shopsmith is NOT a lathe!
When I look at this finish, I think, "Wow, I don't have all the necessary power buffers and such to get this result." But really it appears to be relatively simple to produce. When my new shop is done, and when I have the book in hand, I'll have to give it a go! Thanks for the inspiration
Since I'm currently without a shop, carving keeps me busy! I could use these two books for new techniques and ideas! Thanks!
I've used Autocad in my profession (Electrical Engineering) for a long time. There is nothing like Sketchup for working with Wood Project drawings. It's much easier to learn than Autocad and the best part...it's FREE!
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