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  1. Saw this pop up on E-Bay, today. Looks like it will sure beat trying to turn dowels one at a time on the lathe Our Patriot Turners- @RustyFN posted another one of his beautiful segmented bowls. I really like how he made the bottom of it. Judging from all the positive comments, our turners were in agreement on this beauty. See more images in Rusty's post- @Gerald was turning a vase and found a small "treasure" within the wood. It really wasn't something he was happy about- These things wreak havoc on the t
  2. Just finished this pecan platter from a crotch. Not very thick , maybe quarter inch. Tried Mahoney walnut oil for first time . This is an interesting utility finish. Does not look like it buffs out. Good for a delicate project and gives a flat finish, no shine ok maybe a little. Easy to apply.
  3. Turned this bradford pear crotch a couple months ago and just got started on second turn. Just wondering opinion on best finish to display grain .
  4. Our wood turning club meeting is today and the demo is my responsibility. I am doing a Glenn Lucas project(sort of) a "traditional Irish platter". I downloaded his video on it a year ago or so. Over the last few weeks I've turned probably 10 platters while practicing, editing notes, etc. etc. Most of the ones I've turned are from plain soft maple and are nothing special. I wanted to do one out of a nice piece of wood and had a walnut platter blank just had some really nice grain in it. Moisture meter said it was ready so I went after it. This piece of wood fought me through the whole process.
  5. Posted a while back showing some walnut I was working into bowl blanks. With Christmas requests and some other distractions I'm just now getting time to start making bowls. Most of them will be natural edge as that shows the crotch grain so much better. Most of that gets turned away in a normal bowl. This is the fourth bowl so far. Still will need to dry for a couple weeks a
  6. I gots me this honkin huge crotch.     Wood porn pics below.    It's been in the wood pile for better than two years so there's spalting. Anyway the thing is likely too big to just knuckle up and spin so I'm going to have to saw it down a bit.  }}SOB{{   But I dunno gots da foist clue where to begins.   This is what I think I'm going to do. 1) saw it so it fits the lathe. 2) find the center of the largest of the three crotch ends  and mount a faceplate 3)  start forming a spot to center drill for a center  & install th
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