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First of all I mis-spelled my last name it is Boone, just like my famous frontiersman fifth-great-grand-father Danial Boone.
What I'm looking for is some kind of wooden pen making attchment for the Clarke CWL wood turning lathe.
The head and tail stocks are listed as 3/4" 16tpi treads. I've purchased #2 and 3 mandrels.
I'm fairly new to woodworking, but focusing on scrolling and power carving with Dremel.
Any and all help on adaption will truly be appreciated.
By the way, 5th great grand daddy once said about being in the wilderness he was "never lost, just confused some times for awhile".
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post #2 of 7 Old 03-02-2009, 10:32 PM
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Well Bill Booen =Boone, You come to the right place. There a few scrollers here and quite a few turners as well. Welcome to the forum. and feel free to post pics of your work.

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Well Bill Booen =Boone, You come to the right place. There a few scrollers here and quite a few turners as well. Welcome to the forum. and feel free to post pics of your work.
A few scrollers,,,,, and even fewer scholars! Sorry, Bill, but if a guy misspelled his own name,,,,,,, he's gonna fit in just grand, here. (just kiddin' ya, Bill). Welcome to the forum. I look forward to seeing some of your work.
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Bill,
Welcome to the forum. For pen turning, you need one of these:
http://www.woodturnerscatalog.com/st...t_mandrel?Args=

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Welcome to the forum. I'm one who really enjoys scrolling amongst other things. The woodturning, I'm not so great at but am well on my way on a quest of learning. Tons of advice to be had as long as you don't mind a little Tom Foolery.
Great to have you along for the ride.
Check out some of the members photos for ideas on turning and scrolling.
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Welcome to the forum Bill,

I can't help with the scrolling or turning I'm more into cabinets and learning furniture, Post some pics of your work when you can. we are always interested in the work of other woodworkers.
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