Here is a list of all the postings Wolfie has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: First turning for a while|
Lovely job Derek, I really think you planned the smiley face!. Great looking bit of wood well turned and finished. Well done.
|Thread: My three latest pieces of art|
Spectacular work Eric, it must have taken you ages to pierce all those pieces. Really lovely and unusual pieces, congratulations.
|Thread: Table and chairs|
E xcellent work Al, I love the design .I must say I like AWO it always seems to finish well. I'm sure your son is delighted. Congratulations.
|Thread: It may have shrunk in the wash ;-)|
Really fantastic work Paul. I am sure it was project to test your patience! Congratulations.
|Thread: Even more Oak!|
Very nice Mailee, you really do work at an amazing rate!.Im still trying to finish my chess men and you have completed three or four large projects! Don't know how you do it but please keep it up. Well done.
|Thread: Pine Shoe Box Finished|
Very nice job David, I'm sure your client is delighted. Well done.
Interesting Sad Sam, I was unaware of that. Must put Kilburn and the museum on my bucket list!
|Thread: Indian motorcycle|
Again Robert, excellent work, congratulations.
|Thread: Cab over truck|
Great job Robert, must have taken ages to make and patience! Really lovely work. Well done.
|Thread: earing stand|
Very nice Dennis, I don't think I have seen anything turned in bamboo before. It looks great.
|Thread: Aquarium cabinet|
Lovely work as usual Mailee. Any aquarium will be enhanced by a quality cabinet like that. Well done.
Lovely turnings with historical interest Dennis. I really like the use of gold paste, is that just a grain filler or something else? We will have to call you Dennis "mouse man" Wake! Very nice novelty door stops. Well done
|Thread: Vacuum press..|
Hi Mark and welcome. I don't know if it would work but you could try those bags that you get for keeping clothes in. Attach it to a hover and remove the air. I suppose it depends on the size of job you want to put into it.
|Thread: Finished at Last|
Great job Derek, I love the rippled effect tops. What thickness were they when you started and like Dave I would like to know how it was done. Lovely work as ever, well done
|Thread: chess table|
Thanks for your comments Gerald. The finish is Danish oil apart from the top which is lacquered and rubbed down with a wax finish. He cross was added afterwards.
|Thread: Puzzle This|
Very nice Derek, that's bound to make a few bob for the pensioners. Well done.
|Thread: New moderator|
welcome Steve and good luck with your new job.
|Thread: Dry Lubricant / PTFE ....same thing ????|
hi Chris, I used the Trendicote at first but then used Three in one PTFE spray which was available in my local shop. Must say I can't really see much difference.
|Thread: chess table|
Thank you Nathan and welcome to the forum. I notice that several of your comments are about items from several years ago so you may not get the response you were expecting as not all of those people are still using the forum as often as they used to.
perhaps you could write a little bit about yourself in your profile. Thank you again.
|Thread: Turning Chess Pieces|
Just totally uncredible! I'll have to take my socks off and give it a go! Must put casualty on speed dial just in case!
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