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Hi Seba Thank you for your kind words . Yes , I have watching many you-tube clips of all the people you mention , They are all a wealth of information Ive only had my lathe for a month or so and the chisel you see me use ,come with the 2nd hand lathe . So im very new to turning and i really dont know what each chisel does .Im slowly learning and with time i will buy a good set of turning tools ...Onche again Thank you
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To tell you the truth this was my second handle i made . The first was a fail in a few different ways, the fail handle now sit in my workshop and is a reminder of the mistake that were made ...I strongly suggest that you make the next one buy hand , its a great feeling once its finshed and knowing you made it always add to the feeling . Thank you for your kind works ,
Hi Oldguy Thank you for your kind words and your question Yes , you're 100% right about the cedar. Also the use of the pins in the handle will weaken the handle. The cedar wood and the pins are mainly to spruce up the handle , The hammer was sold in a timber display box , to be given away as a gift It now sits as a display piece and will probly never be use again
Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment and you kind words , i'm glad you like it , cheers
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Thank you for your kind words Mr Pallets ..LOL !!... I love your user name
Hi , thank you for your kind words also ... I use a 50/50 mix of boiled linseed oil and satin clear for the first coat , i let that dry for a few days then applied a coat of satin clear as the final coat . I find breaking down the first coat , get better penetration , and the best part , it really bring out the beautful colour the timber has to offer
I was looking for a different look, with the table, the threaded rods not only gave me the look i was after , but also acts as support for the whole table . thanks for you kind words