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  1. "Car Tires on a Gravel Road" part 2

    I carved the guy in the rocking chair back in April and thought i was finished. I had originally planned to have more characters, but thought it was more work than I wanted, especially since I wanted to do the glider. But I like a challenge, so I did the glider and then the lady, and then I...
  2. Baluster repair

    This is another baluster I got for repair/replacement a LONG time ago. I decided to repair vice replace because I'm terrible at freehand copying/production turning. The spindle had about 6 coats of paint on it so I first scraped the paint off the top and bottom square portions to get a smooth...
  3. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I just got earlier today a Powermatic 3520b, but without the motor and all electronics (switches, cables, control panels, etc), for $400. It's got the headstock, bed, tailstock. The spindle turns smoothly and the pulleys look good. The electronics were damaged/destroyed from a fire in the other...
  4. Blogs
    Slotted coin displays One of my staples for sale at craft shows is slotted coin displays. They are fairly simple to make and I try to make them in batches so I have inventory without setting up too often to make them. All of them so far have been made from dunnage used to ship steel radio...
  5. Blogs
    Remote controller modification Powermatic 3520b Motor Controls Rewire I got my Powermatic a couple years ago. As I was researching its features I came across an article about removing the entire motor controller panel and putting it into a switchbox. I like that Idea much better than the...
  6. Woodturning
    The boss, er wife, let me get a new lathe a couple years ago, a Powermatic 3520b. After a Craftsman tube-type lathe, it was a tremendous step up, big, heavy, quiet, smooth, variable speed, reversible. I am curious how many turners running reversible lathes work from the 'back' side of the lathe...
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