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Member postings for paul johnson 2

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Thread: Chuck
13/03/2011 19:23:04
Thanks Ron
Thread: Mushrooms
13/03/2011 19:22:26
I was giving branch from a club member that he won in the club raffle, not sure what it is but the first thing that came to mind was mushrooms with a couple of coats of teak oil.

Thread: Chuck
13/03/2011 18:17:44
Thanks for your reply's, its an open back Bill it looks like the gearing at the back is covered in grease which saw dust has stuck to. I think i will take your advice bill and clean it with WD-40 and give it a blast with a air line.Hi Ron you say a dry lubricant or ptfe spray do they sell it in diy stores or builders merchants.
12/03/2011 20:07:29
Iv'e done a bit of research and the and they say you should soak the chuck in kerosene,
any advice welcomed.
Thank's Paul
Thread: Spread the Blame
12/03/2011 19:16:33
I'm always amazed every time I log onto the forum what you guy's are turning, That is superb Derek win or lose in the competion you can class yourself a winner turning a lovely
piece like this in my eye's, well done and good luck.
Thread: 2011 competition entry
11/03/2011 21:37:30
Fair play Dennis 653 segments 32 hrs you that off to a fine art, best of luck in the comp.
Thread: corian pen
11/03/2011 21:33:58
Well done Bill you made two good looking pens Iv'e never made a pen before.
Thread: Chuck
11/03/2011 21:29:56
Posted by paul johnson 2 on 10/03/2011 21:55:51:
It's time I cleaned my scroll chuck I always blow it down when I finished using it, but it's time I give it a good clean.
I think I lost my marbles forgot to ask for advice on the above thankyou.
10/03/2011 21:55:51
It's time I cleaned my scroll chuck I always blow it down when I finished using it, but it's time I give it a good clean.
Thread: Large apple
10/03/2011 19:49:34
nice apple's Baz you dont realise how big they are till you put it against a normal size one, right im off to check out your blog.
Thread: Gilded vase
08/03/2011 19:22:15
I like the gild affect baz its amazing how coulor can change the effect, when you say cleaned out the grain pours can you exsplain how you done it cheer's
Thread: club compertition entry
07/03/2011 21:41:58
Good luck in the comp Dennis look forward to seeing the pics
Thread: Clock No 2
05/03/2011 18:44:36
They sure are Alan I am already thinking on the next one, I was hoping this one would of stayed on the mantel but I came home from work yesterday and discovered my mother had called fell in love with the clock so the wife gave it to her so clock No 3 is on the cards.
04/03/2011 18:00:09
Thanks for your replys, Hi derek the wood used was oak and im not sure on the finial and feet perhaps someone could fill us in on that one.
Thread: Bi fold gates now!
03/03/2011 20:36:18
I alway's look forward to seeing your pics Mailee, its good that people of your calibre show us novices what its all about well done.
Thread: Clock No 2
03/03/2011 20:18:41
Well just finished my second clock fresh off the press at 7.20pm tonight, i got to say I found this one harder to make than the first one well happy with it but their is room for improvement it new home is on my mantel piece. The pictures dont show the feet underneath.

Thread: stains
27/02/2011 18:56:33
Hello Derek, It's not something Iv'e done myself but two weeks ago at our club meeting we had the pleasure of wathching professional wood turner George Foweraker turning wall plaques and then scorching them and then colouring the wood with chesnut stains using a diffuser and then lacquer. Try the link to his web site and blog It might give you some tips.
Thread: club compertition entry
24/02/2011 20:36:32
fair play that sure is some competion you guys got there well done to them all.
Thread: Sharpening system
23/02/2011 19:31:56
Thanks for your comments Eric you have given some idea's of making some ring tools and a beading tool.
Thanks Paul,
Thread: candle holder
22/02/2011 20:36:19
Hi Garfield that's a nice piece of work a candle stick is on my to do list alongside all the others I dont think I will ever get bored of this wood turning lark.
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