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sad sam23/02/2018 16:29:12
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sad sam23/02/2018 17:39:11
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The burr is 320mm x ummm it's a lovely piece of wood hope I've done it justice

The economy bowl is walnut and lime when I made it I should have binned the htm section and 'replaced it with a solid one

Derek Lane23/02/2018 17:56:25
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Two nice pieces. Just a couple of things for me is the bottom of the economy bowl dark area unless that is what you was refering to.

And for the last one fantastic piece of wood but for me the foot spoils it.

Remember these are just my personal view on these

sad sam26/02/2018 17:03:32
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hi derek

the economy bowl was my first that is why I made a silly error I should have binned the last piece and added a

bigger piece it will be right on the next one

with the burr I have left the chucking foot on because I could not make my mind up as to whether l was happy with a the finish I'm not its going back in the lathe and I will probably still leave the chucking point on I like it

but your comments are as always fully appreciated

Derek Lane27/02/2018 11:18:27
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That's the main thing that you like it. have fun in the shed

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