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post #1 of 8 Old 01-17-2008, 04:01 PM Thread Starter
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Just joined in, trying to improve my wood working skills. Does anyone know what tool I could use to form this mouth piece? It is on a Native American Flute.

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post #2 of 8 Old 01-17-2008, 04:06 PM
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Welcome to the site!
Can you show more pics?
Looks to me like a run on the belt sander would do the trick.

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Thanks, donot have a belt sander, but lowes has a 1/2 inch sander that is pretty reasonble. I have a router but that kicks out too much.
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Great to have you here... welcome!

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Thanks for the welcome. Forgot to mention that I am very limited to space I am a RVer full time. I was just wandering if anyone has a quick method/tool to use. Like a large pencil sharpener.

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I still say a sander, maybe since you are very limited on space, one of those new Porter Cable belt sanders that are palm size might do the trick.

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Thanks,

I'll research the sander, could use one anyways.

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After researching I found a spindle sander that would propably
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