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creativewoodturners@yahoogroups.com
Feb 9
#3603
 
3593

Re: Rim Chuck

... Doug Another option is to mount the rear disk to a faceplate and put a bolt in the center to hold the plates together and act as a pivot. Use the lathe's
Rod
Feb 3, 2013
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3592

Re: Rim Chuck

Ron, thanks for posting this. I have often thought of making one and have found a few sets of plans on the internet. However, yours is the best I've come
dpeters116
Feb 3, 2013
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3591

Rim Chuck

My first rim chuck was made because the cole jaws that came with my Barracuda are too small and take quite a while to set up. While not a big deal, there were
Rod
Feb 2, 2013
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3588

Re: Plywood

Dave, That is very nice work. it reminds me of why I only have two rules for turning: Be safe, and have fun. All of the rest (don't turn plywood, only certain
Biglt
Oct 2, 2012
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3587

Re: Plywood

Remember when gluing up to alternate the grains of the plywood. You would be better off to get a higher priced birch or oak plywood than the Chinese stuff.
Marcus Cavanaugh
Oct 1, 2012
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3586

Re: Plywood

I'll jump in here again, a couple things I forgot to include in my earlier post. On the lamp I referred to earlier, may have started with a 1" square piece of
Sawdust32@...
Oct 1, 2012
#3586
 
3585

Re: Plywood

I could not find any. So as Ron suggested, laminate your own for turning. Be aware that your standard local "orange borg" hardware store at best has
dave1willey
Oct 1, 2012
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Re: [Creative Woodturners] PlywoodÉ

Papasan, I have personally never seen any plywood, thicker than 3/4 thick, that I can remember of. Your question though reminds me of a lamp I made in my
Sawdust32@...
Oct 1, 2012
#3584
 
3583

PlywoodÉ

Where does one find a place that sells the thick pieces of Plywood for wood turning? Papasan
papasan1@...
Oct 1, 2012
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3577

Σχετ: [Creative Woodturners] Clear finish. Epoxy resins over ti

Thank you for your answers. I will try to find UV resistant epoxy. I will also check urethane resins. I have used urethane paints but never the resins.
Antonis Asprakis
Apr 19, 2012
#3577
 
3576

Re: Clear finish. Epoxy resins over time.

Antonis: I use urethanes. I have never had a problem. Things I did years ago are still like new. Recently I started using a marine urethane from Sherman
james mizrahi
Apr 18, 2012
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3575

Re: Clear finish. Epoxy resins over time.

I've used 2 part epoxy for years and years with no problems. I buy the epoxy with UV inhibitors built in so yellowing has never been a problem. I believe the
rsmithtx2003
Apr 18, 2012
#3575
 
3574

Clear finish. Epoxy resins over time.

Hi all. I see there are a lot of people that use epoxy resins as a clear coat finish on cups, bowls, dishes, etc. I work on boats and I know epoxy resins
Antonis
Apr 18, 2012
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Re: the Turning and Talking group is missing!

Hello, I have just joined the group, from emails I have received the Turning and Talking group is still in existance,and for the forseeable future both the
FrankH
Feb 1, 2012
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