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post #1 of 4 Old 02-04-2012, 01:26 PM Thread Starter
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New tool meets old

So got my Thompson 5/8 U shape bowl gouge yesterday evening. Today made a handle and depth gauge for sharpening. Bought it to replace old 5/8 Crown M-2 bowl gouge. Good news old Crown gouge has couple more years of life in her.
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Guess that's a gloat.
Since the Old One has a couple of years left and it seems you will be hanging onto the Old One as well, does this make the New One a mistress at the lathe?
Sounds like you are spending a lot of time and money on the New One (handles, gauges, no telling what-all else).
Beware, gouges can cause spectacular catches when handled wrong.
I assume you will be giving details of the difference in their...mmm... performance?

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Thompson about best price for 5/8” bowl gouge out there. Debated buying a Woodchuck Unitool for few more bucks but sharpening vice replacing inserts won out.

http://www.woodchuck-tools.com/Tools.htm


That Crown tool is about seventeen or eighteen years old and served me well, great for roughing and finishing cuts.
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