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post #21 of 26 Old 11-08-2007, 10:56 PM
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littlebuddah, I love a good sharp chisel as much as the next guy, but better than a young woman? When's the last time you had one?
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Try reading what it implyed, how often do you have sex on a lathe. Now there's a thread. LB
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Try reading what it implyed, how often do you have sex on a lathe. Now there's a thread. LB
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I don't remember if I posted these here. (I hate to derail a thread...ok, maybe I don't )
Here is that sawmill video, everybody needs a sawmill, even a cheapo like mine (less than $5k)
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Mitch, you were a sharpener...here is one for you. 60 second knife sharpening (I strop them on leather after for a real razor edge, even though it does shave in the video)

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Hi Mitch well my main grinder for turning, have another in the other workshop that is course whee for when needed and for rough grinding, the one you see suits me did not cost anything apart from a little time and gives me great results everytime. have thrown in a pic of an untidy workshop i have 3 of these all about the same size one of the shops is just wood storage.

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Whatever you have just make sure you use it and always have sharp tools or you might as well give me your wood, its hard to turn with unsharp tools, sharpen them and its better than having a young woman.....yer i always have sharp tools. LB.
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The jigs you are showing look shop built. Did you design and build these your self? They look good.

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The jigs you are showing look shop built. Did you design and build these your self? They look good.

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The jigs i use were designed by someone eles can't think who it is just now, there's a pdf file on my site of them for people to make there own if they want. My father inlaw has a bought one that looks much the same and does do now better than mine and he paid 80 near as dam it, real easy to use and i would not change it.
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