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Good morning to all of you, My name is Massimo, I live in northern Italy in an Alpine valley, the wood work and in particular turning, I am my main interest.
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Welcome to our woodworking forum Max.

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Dare il benvenuto !

My father was from Sesto Calende. Are you anywhere close? Any way, look forward to seeing your achievements.

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My father was from Sesto Calende. Are you anywhere close? Any way, look forward to seeing your achievements.
Sesto Calende is located about an hour and a half from my house, it is a beautiful and famous tourist resort.
I put my works herehttp://www.woodworkingtalk.com/attachments/f6/220937d1457212154-natural-100_8350.jpg

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Are you far from Cremona? I always wanted to know about the maple and spruce grown in northern Italy which are considered to be good for making violins and cellos.
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Are you far from Cremona? I always wanted to know about the maple and spruce grown in northern Italy which are considered to be good for making violins and cellos.
Thanks for the welcome, Cremona from my house is about 150 miles, was born in Cremona Antonio Stradivari, famous violin maker, for violins are considered excellent maple and red spruce, grown high in the mountains where it is very cold in winter
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Welcome Massimo! I'm just north of you in Switzerland on the other side of the mountains :)
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