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  1. As part of my offering plate project I am doing recess tenon, or expansion mode. When I resize the recess after drying , because it has turned into a football, I like to return the back before placing into the chuck again. Get some slippage because i do not want to use a point on what will be finished surface. I have tried bringing up the tailstock with a softtouch and getting this slip sometimes . Wondering if anyone has a better idea? I see there is a reversing adapter on live center , 1x8 thread from Pennstate. Also Oneway makes a adapter 1 1/4 8 x 3/4 10 which screws onto the live center. The oneway will cost about 25 more but will be the same thread as my lathe so will not have to change insert.
  2. I was wandering around our local tool store, and they had several lathes that had a reversing switch. Why would you want to run your lathe so that it's rotation is reversed to normal? My best guess is that if the grain direction is such that it generates a lot of catches and rough surfaces, you might want to move around to the other side of the lathe, and want a rotation that works for that. Is that right, or am I missing something.
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    From the album: Reverse Bowl Jig

    Hold down

    © Lewis Kauffman

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    Threaded On Headstock

    From the album: Reverse Bowl Jig

    Threaded onto head stock

    © Lewis Kauffman

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    Tapped Hole

    From the album: Reverse Bowl Jig

    Wooden threaded face plate

    © Lewis Kauffman

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    From the album: Reverse Bowl Jig

    Side view

    © Lewis Kauffman

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    Mounted On Headstock

    From the album: Reverse Bowl Jig

    Mounted on lathe

    © Lewis Kauffman

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    From the album: Reverse Bowl Jig

    Front of jig

    © Lewis Kauffman

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    From the album: Reverse Bowl Jig

    Back of jig

    © Lewis Kauffman

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