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Jim from Easy Wood Tools

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About Jim from Easy Wood Tools

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  • First Name
    Jim
  • My Location
    Lexington, KY U.S.A.
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    Male
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    Intermediate
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    "It's just like that..... only completely different"

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  1. Jim from Easy Wood Tools

    Chip blocker for EWT.

    If this is what you want, we make two versions. Part# 2700 - for 3/8" Bars Part# 1700 - for 1/2" bars Hope this helps
  2. Jim from Easy Wood Tools

    Wednesday's Wisdom For Woodturners February 13, 2019

    Thank you @lew and a special thanks to @Steve Krumanaker for that "special" video! always learning from you!
  3. Jim from Easy Wood Tools

    Chip blocker for EWT.

    Like this?
  4. Jim from Easy Wood Tools

    Ornament of pieces

    Worth the effort! Beautiful!
  5. Jim from Easy Wood Tools

    Hello again!

    Great to see you Charles! So glad to hear you are doing well.
  6. Jim from Easy Wood Tools

    .30-06 Pens

    Very cool.. great idea
  7. Jim from Easy Wood Tools

    More Inside Out Vase

    So pretty! Beautiful project... very creative. Thanks! Jim
  8. Jim from Easy Wood Tools

    Seam ripper

    nice
  9. Jim from Easy Wood Tools

    Bowl with colored rim

    Beautiful
  10. Jim from Easy Wood Tools

    Thanks, Jim.

    Don, You are very welcome sir! We are so happy to be a part of this forum and TPW organization.
  11. Jim from Easy Wood Tools

    Offering plates

    What they said!
  12. Jim from Easy Wood Tools

    What size carbide turning tools?

    As long as you are turning, and enjoying yourself... that is the most important thing. Turn safe and have fun, that's the important part. As for those out there that judge for the type or brand I turn with, I have no time for them.
  13. Jim from Easy Wood Tools

    What size carbide turning tools?

    I have a customer that comfortably turns pens with our PRO sized tools.... I have a customer that turns really big bowls with our mid-sized tools.... Neither of them is wrong. So to cop-out of a solid answer for you I would say whatever is comfortable for you. I've personally found the mid-size tools to be a great size for a large range of projects, they are the ones I usually grab first, and I have a couple of everything we make. Hope this helps a little. Good luck!

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