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I completed these two today and had one scatter itself all over the shop floor. They are turned from some unknown freebee acrylics, sanded to 400 and finished on the Beale wheels.
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Very cool, I'm gonna get points for this!

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good looking pieces have you or has anyone here ever turned cumberland which is basicaly ebonite its wonderful to work with the one standing reminds me of it

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Those turned out nice Whaler. Good idea. Always good to have a tool with a custom handle.
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WOW,those are neat,can ya tell me where you get the rippers from?

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WOW,those are near,can ya tell me where you get the rippers from?
My local fabric store has them .95 each. I would expect any fabric/sewing store to carry them.
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Thanks,were goin to one today that is NEAR me,gotta get new keys for the keyboard,theses don't spell so good

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