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#1 posted 12-27-2018 12:50 AM

Jim, you asked about my miter saw, I have the larger 12’ version and it works great. If I could afford to I would get the new 10” Makita compound sliding miter saw. It’s new design takes up less space in the back and has a longer cut than my 12’ Hatachi. Of course that’s just my thoughts, I would check out the reviews in wood magazine and see what they have to say. Good luck and stay safe my friend. Joe

-- CurleyJoe, "You only learn from your mistakes"

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#2 posted 01-16-2019 11:15 PM

Joe, Thanks for the sage advice.

-- James E McIntyre

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#3 posted 03-09-2019 08:54 PM

Hi James…..these two see photos above were created by parting off rings from these disks and glued them up by alternating them to form the bowl then turned it.

Hope this helps.

-- Keith

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