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Member postings for Mark Sutton

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Thread: Clock
26/02/2010 12:30:27
Hi Sam
 
Very nice Clock, especially the African Blackwood, i love natural edges, but i do agree with the other posters some of the marking merge into the Blackwood, i maybe would of used Holly or a very light wood.  But each and everyone of us is different and have different ideas and it is what suits ourselves.
 
Well done though.
 
Mark
Thread: Ron's clock
26/02/2010 12:23:46
Hi Ron, as above comments, wonderful idea.  I must admit i have found some very intersting timbers in Skips!!
Thread: Bad News
10/02/2010 16:28:59
Hi Ian
 
Sorry to hear your sad news, but don`t give up, and keep your chin Up
In the club i attend we have a gentleman that has the use of only one arm, but it does not stop him.
Thread: first attempt
10/02/2010 16:23:30
Hi Dennis
 
It looks very good, well done.  Practise,makes perfect.
 
 
Thread: sharpening
28/12/2009 09:00:56
Good morning
 
I have the Sorby pro-edge sharpening system, I find it very useful for my needs, it provides a good edge on all my turning tools and chisels, and doesn`t take to much steel when sharpening.  Bit expensive, but can be expanded.
 
Mark
Thread: Dennis's new segmented table lamp
20/12/2009 10:49:14
Hi Dennis,
 
a bit late but Well done, another fine example of segmented turning.
 
Mark
Thread: Dennis's Wine stoppers and a fruity Apple box
20/12/2009 10:45:58
Hi Dennis
 
Very nice
 
You are right about laburnum, All parts of the plant contain cytisine and are poisonous if consumed.
 
Mark
Thread: Derek`s corkscrew & bottle stoppers.
20/12/2009 10:37:29
Hi Derek
 
Very nice, Well done
 
Mark
Thread: Lathe chisel angles???
18/12/2009 07:35:10
 
Try the above link, but all wood turners are different and have different angles to suit what they are turning, i do hope it helps though
 

Edited By Mark Sutton on 18/12/2009 07:36:50

Thread: Ciarans twist work
12/12/2009 15:43:32
Hi
 
Nice work, i have tried to do this type of work and failed, but it is all about practice
 
Well done
 
Mark
Thread: Papabob`s aeroplane
12/12/2009 15:41:30
Same here Baz
 
Really nice idea for a gift.  Well done
 
Mark
Thread: im a winner
03/12/2009 19:03:06
Congratulations on your win.  Hope you get better soon
Thread: segmented table lamp
02/12/2009 19:03:22
Hi
 
Thank you for the links.
 
As Xmas is coming, maybe worth a hint for a pressy or two
Thread: oak off cuts free to good home
02/12/2009 19:01:10
Hi Ian
 
Same here, it would be a pleasure to be able to get a couple of pieces
 
Mark
 
 
Thread: segmented table lamp
28/11/2009 11:49:37
Hi Dennis
 
Very nice, i have never attempted a segmented piece yet.  Must try
 
Well done
Thread: Vaugns meat mallet
05/11/2009 18:44:49
Very Nice Vaughn, What wood did you use?
 
Mark
Thread: Ralphs Burr
05/11/2009 18:42:35
Hi Ralph, another beautiful turning, the burr looks like Brown Malee, but not 100% sure.
 
Mark
Thread: sweet chestnut burr pot
05/11/2009 18:40:21
Hi Ralph
 
Beautiful turning, well done, as others have said something to aspire to
 
Mark
Thread: snowmen
23/10/2009 09:14:09
I like these, nice idea for Christmas
 
well done
Mark
Thread: invaluted turning
16/10/2009 16:31:01
Hi
 
Try the woodturning online website, there is at least one good pdf on this type of turning.  I enjoyed involuted turning it and tried it after a demostration by Margerat Garrard
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