Gratuitous tool porn

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Monty

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Phillip said:
whatcha' making?

:eusa_hand :eusa_naug


If there's one thing I've learned from woodturning, it's this: Never reveal what you're making until it's done!


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insomniac said:
:eusa_hand :eusa_naug


If there's one thing I've learned from woodturning, it's this: Never reveal what you're making until it's done!


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That way it is always what you intended to make:lol:
 

Jonz

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Bee-yoo-tiful. I just got a 12 1/2 recently although I haven't had time to hardly touch it. I blame Walt Q for my addiction problems.
 

Big Mike

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I love scraping a piece of wood that accepts scraping well. Sometimes I find wood that is brash or crumbly that resists scraping. I use both a scraping plane and hand held scrapers on some figured wood but almost never to remove glue squeeze out. I should be doing that as well. You learn something everyday...;-)
 

Monty

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Yep, it's fun to use the cabinet scraper. Actually I started out just using my card scraper to knock off the glue squeeze-out, then I figured I'd play around a bit... I just put a bur on the side of the card scraper and stuck it in the No 12. It actually worked out great on some knotty & figured areas in some other panels I had. MAN that was fun!!!

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Monty

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Everyone knows the only thing better than porn is... MORE PORN!!!! :p


My No 12-1/2:






It's been in pieces on my shelf, waiting for me to clean it up and put it back together. The little shop flood I had yesterday gave me time to do that - I'm too nervous to try to cut any precision joinery right now while the shop is so wet.

Maybe tomorrow I can get back to WOODworking...
 
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