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Derek Lane04/02/2014 14:37:30
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Well have been having fun again and turned this fisherman's priest.

Made from odd scraps of wood I had laying about like Beech,Chestnut and Sapele the length is about 10". I have owned a Robert Sorby Texturing and spiraling tool since about 2010 and never seemed to get a half decent spiral from it, well I did get one when I decided to have a go again. The two red rings are beech which I stained.

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Wolfie04/02/2014 16:44:22
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Great job Derek, the spirals look very crisp. I never tried that myself. Does the lathe have to turn very slowly to to achieve that result? Well done.

Ian

Ron Davis04/02/2014 17:22:13
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Glad to see you have got the hang of the spiralling tool Derek, looks great to me

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Derek Lane04/02/2014 20:18:07
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Thanks guys. The spiralling seemed to go very easy this time so I tried again using the same method as the first and yes managed to repeat it so it was not just a fluke.

Ian I have a 5 speed lathe and used the second speed which I believe is somewhere in the region of 600rpm

Bruce Rauncar05/02/2014 21:29:07
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That's one fancy fishing priest. Beautiful wood combo and the spirals look really good. Another great one Derek!

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