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  1. So I figured since its been warm Id work on my step fathers birthday gift while he was over in the hospital. Covid restrictions you can't really go and visit oh well. I was hoping to have this done by the time he got out of the hospital but it may not be done in time. I started making this pepper mill a while back. I didn't like the shape of the top that I was turning with the ash wood. So I improvised and used a maple top that I was just going to discard and made it work for the body. I'm quite impressed with how well the two different wood types match up with each other quite nicely I
  2. I started this a while back this one is just about finished and getting ready to be put together. I've been putting the coats of lacquer on and there is a huge difference with the sanding sealer staining and then finally coats of lacquer. It has a more sharp looking shine to the wood. Either way this project is a birthday gift for next month so I hope this final product turns out decently. (Yes FYI I'm also considering buying a beading tool).
  3. Poplar mill is dang near done. A lot of sanding to do on it yet. I tried something a bit different this time I made a deep cut on the bottom of the mill right abouts to where the rod would stop at the bottom of the mill body. I proceeded with the tenon cutting tool and etched in some grip lines into the wood. I made them deep enough so that I'm hoping when I go to sand it down that it wont sand so far down that the cuts dispensary. More or less for grip and some minor decoration. Still got to figure out how I'm going to finish off the top piece. I guess I'll have to swap out the jaws fo
  4. Its not quite finished but nearly. Adding on the stain at the moment. I managed to turn a chunk of 4x4 down into something extremely nice. Fits the 12 inch length from the Wood River pepper mill kits perfectly. I managed to get lucky with that. On the underside where the working mechanism is I'm planning on leaving it just a bit rough just to get the sense of the 4x4 it used to be. How ever I will say this cheap wood cleans up quite nicely. I don't think I need to show a picture of what a 4x4 bought from home depot looks like... But it went from square or rather semi square 4
  5. I got a nice order from cook woods this morning late. I decided to start working on them and turning one down at least from square to round. I'm thinking with this one just going with a round basic round dowel shape for the mill body itself. Just a little bit more simpler to do and maintain. With the cook woods order both were 3x3 the bhilwara is a 3x3x12 I am able to get 2 blanks out of that for the 6 inches and I also picked up a pieces of African Mahogany 3x3x24. I should be able to get at least 4 out of that spindle. I can't really do too much as far as sanding at the moment I did or
  6. I've got a really good start on this project so far. I've just now started to drill out the holes in the main body. @Gerald the 4x4s worked like a trick but a pain to trim down to the correct size. I got this one decently lined up for the small mill grinder shaft so we shall see where this goes. I've got 3 other kits on order I just wish you could order the grinder mechanism separately from the hole 14 dollar kit.
  7. We have had a fantastic week here in the Turner's Forum! Questions, comments, tips, projects, the whole picnic lunch! Please remember we are just a few days away from wrapping up our annual fundraiser. We still need $64.99 to meet our goal. If you haven't made your donation, you are missing a chance at some awesome prizes! Our Patriot Turners- @Gerald is making progress on the Live Oak platter he started back in June. See his addition to the original post to learn how he handle a warping problem. @Ron Altier created a
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