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Wednesday's Wisdom For Woodturners June 25 2014

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A lot of wood working this week but nothing on the lathe. As I mentioned before, the ongoing bathroom project has taken priority.


The "Old Jail Pens" project is moving forward. The check arrived so we will be ordering at least 100 pen kits this week and I still need to make another pen presentation box.


I found a couple of woodturning blogs, in a link, from one of my Twitter contacts. These are short reads but have some useful information.


This one has some stuff about bowl turning-


Shallow Woodturned Bowl


http://www.craftsy.com/blog/2014/06/bowl-turning/



One on the importance of tool sharpening-


Sharpened Chisel


http://www.craftsy.com/blog/2014/04/sharpening-woodturning-tools/



And a link to the author of the posts


http://www.craftsy.com/blog/author/ed-pretty/



Finally, the latest issue of Shop Notes (Vol/ 23 Issue 136) has an article on lathe chucks. If you are thinking about purchasing one, you might want to check it out!



Safe Turning!





Lew Kauffman-
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Thank you so much Lew!!!! Perfect timing for my novice wood-turning these days!




John Morris
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Thank you, Mark, for adding the link. Horrific accident.

Mark Wisecarver said:


Very much appreciate these links.


The info about what happened to Lynne is here:
Link


I had heard about that but never read the details.




Take me to the Brig. I want to see the real Marines.



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Thanks Lew :)




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