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Posted on Wood that can't be turned?

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#1 posted 09-24-2020 09:14 AM

Disagree you do not need a really white knuckle grip, just a comfortable firm grip will do using fine! Yes may hold my tool little tighter roughing out and relax grip for better control when item is round and turning elements.

Basically your grip should allow you to control the tool & cut smoothly! With all advice already given would address both grip & stance and letting the tool cut cleanly.

Good luck with it!

-- Bill

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