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post #1 of 6 Old 09-05-2009, 04:03 PM Thread Starter
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Got some cherry to turn..finally

The guy's got more, he's a pen turner so he doesn't use much. The best part , say it with me...Free.

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Tim that's awesome! Looks like some nice wood. Look forward to seeing the pics of the projects from it.

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Looks to be checking pretty bad. Better send it to me for safe disposal. Seriously nice score...Bill..
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You want the bugs too Bill?

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There looks to be some awesome irregular edge bowls in there somewhere!!

I need to find me some!!!

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I've used a fair amount of cherry to make furniture but have only turned a few small items. Now that I think about it, I ought to make some larger pieces. I always have liked the way it smells when you are working it. Sort of compensation for all those shavings on the floor.

Be sure and post a pic or two of the finished projects.

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