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RustyFN

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    Russell
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    West Virginia
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  1. I don't know if this will work for what you are doing. When I scroll saw I cover the wood with blue painters tape. Then I spray glue over the tape. Then I stick my printed pattern to that. After it is cut out the tape and pattern on the project pull off easy.
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    Spalted box

    Beautiful Gerald.
  3. Gerald I went to your link and looked at the sanding pads. They look good and I will order some. Thanks again for the link.
  4. Maybe that is where I messes up. I did not turn the top at all. I used a piece of 1 x 6 and cut it round on my band saw. I put it on the vacuum chuck and turned it round, rounded over the corner and did the small grove and burn on the side. All I did to the top was sand. Thanks for the advice. I have sand paper that goes to 2,000 and sanding pads the go to 12,000. I will try to sand finer next time.
  5. Thanks everybody for the kind words.
  6. Not sure John. I usually get in a hurry. This time I sanded, and sanded and sanded some more. I sanded to 600 and it felt and looked like glass. I put on one coat of beeswax then one coat of Shellawax friction polish and it looked great. After around 30 minutes it looked like this.
  7. Made a new lidded pot for the wife. Not sure what is going on with the finish. The base is padauk. The lid is lace wood. The finish on the lid was like glass. I put one coat of beeswax and one coat of Shellawax. Now there are spots on the lid that look rough.
  8. My grandfather on my dad's side was a ship builder at one point many years ago.
  9. Very nice Gerald.
  10. With the small hole in the center it looks like it could be a homemade vacuum chuck.
  11. John thanks for the tip. I didn't know there was a link section. I will enjoy checking that out.
  12. Culture shock. I know it well. I moved from SF Bay Area to West Virginia in 1996. No regrets.
  13. I would do it on a lathe. Shouldn't be too had on there.
  14. Wow that is some beautiful wood. Very nice work Kenny.

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