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#2 Getting Started

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HandyDan

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Mount the blank in the lathe and turn it just round in the area the window is to appear. 

 

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 With it turned just round there will be no windows when turned back to finish as shown here.

 

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Anything turned away from here on will open the window.  This was put back in the lathe and small grooves cut into it to show result.  Notice how any cut made is automatically doubled.

 

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