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    Default A few items from the Yellow Peril

    Hello all, just a few things off the Yellow Peril.

    I haven't had much time to turn, as someone decided to to rebuild the mounting for his Dawn 225 vice . . . 2 days later . . . Don't build a bench out of Oregon . . . or inherit one!

    Meanwhile, back to the turning.

    First cab off the rank is a Sally Wattle Wine Bottle coaster from xmas eve. Yes I had all my jobs done by them, I was able to go and play in the shed!
    Sally Wattle Wine Bottle Coaster.jpg

    Next is a Figured Maple Bowl, 225 * 85 from today.
    Figured Maple Bowl.jpg

    Last is a Coolibah Burl, that is a wip.
    Coolibah Burl roughed.jpg
    In my future, I see Sanding, a lot of Sanding!
    Pat
    Work is a necessary evil to be avoided. Mark Twain

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    Nice work Pat, can,t wait to get back in the shed myself
    Cheers smiife

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    Nice work Pat. Look forward to seeing the finished coolibah burl
    You can't use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have. ~Oscar Wilde

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    love the burl bowl !! i also hate it when i get those ridges. i've ruined many a wing trying one more pass to clean them up, good luck, can't wait to see it finished and finished. let me know how your knuckles end up after sanding.

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    Fumbler, I'll be hand sanding the wings . . . the name's Billy not Silly!
    Pat
    Work is a necessary evil to be avoided. Mark Twain

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    Pat
    I like the coolabah bowl .
    I have been using a random orbital sander , with the lathe stationary , to clean up tram tracks like this . It reduces the the amount of hand sanding.
    Ted

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