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I'd have never thought to do it that way! Pretty cool!

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That's a very interesting technique.
Have more pictures?

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That's a very interesting technique.
Have more pictures?

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Yes it has not badly turned out! Have thought up quickly and the handle was not necessary to twist.
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Beautiful work and an ingenious method! What kind of wood are you using? It looks like siberian larch?
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That worked out excellent!
Is the router turning the stock on the lathe? as it's cutting.

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All this manual work. Grooves in columns are made by manual milling cutter Makita.
The adaptation for manufacturing is similar to ours " the big lathe " adjustment on a groove manual.

The tree is the Ash. The Siberian larch very whimsical material and who does not want to dry for sale to joiner's workshops. The same situation with a tree the Birch.
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See that's why I like this forum, You learn new stuff everyday.

Very nice and interesting work.
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That is a nice set up, do you glue your joints with newspaper where you want to pop the column in half?

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That is a nice set up, do you glue your joints with newspaper where you want to pop the column in half?

It is stuck together from boards.
The corner on boards is made on the stationary milling machine tool


There are such mills.
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It is stuck together from boards.
The corner on boards is made on the stationary milling machine tool


There are such mills.
Thanks RJ for the illustration, that is neat.

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I imagine that you could drill a series of holes where the handle is and insert an indexing pin. Then use the exact same setup to rout your flutes.
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I imagine that you could drill a series of holes where the handle is and insert an indexing pin. Then use the exact same setup to rout your flutes.
Draw figure. About what you speak. Please.
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I will sketch something and post it.
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