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  1. 5 1/2 inch saucer in Curly Movingui (dunnage)

    As I posted in a blog article a small bowl I was experimenting with flew apart at 1300 RPM. No injuries, minimal damage, lesson learned. Not to be intimidated, I glued the pieces back together and finished the bowl. This is one of the few pieces of dunnage I feel comfortable naming the species...
  2. Walking Stick handles from Curly Morare, Curly Movingui (dunnage)

    I made some sample handles a few weeks ago for a gentleman who sells walking sticks. He called and asked for more so I turned these. Average time on the lathe from square blank to 320 grit sanded was 10 minutes. Some pieces were Curly Movingui or Curly Morare. I don't know the species of the...
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    Rule #3, if your lathe has a safety shield and you can use it....DO!!! My wife, who loves me more than I deserve, let me get a new lathe a few months ago. A Powermatic 3520b. I love this lathe, especially better than the old Craftsman tube-types I had. Anyway, I've flung a few pieces of wood...
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