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Old 10-06-2018, 08:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I'm needing to get me a 6" post for my grizzly lathe. I would be able to use my same mount and pivot arm. I would like a 6" post that curves in about 2". Plus I have a 1" post. Right now I just have a 13" that is straight up and it puts me about 1 1/2" from my pen blanks. I'm pretty sure if the 6" would have an inward curve of about 2", it would work fine. I seen a couple people post that someone here makes then. How can I contact him?
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This the guy you're thinking of?
"Custom Made" penturning tools/accessories
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This the guy you're thinking of?
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Yes sir, that's him. Thank you!
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Got my tool rest from Rick today. This will work nice! Yes I know the blanks aren't lined up. Just threw them on for the pic. Lol
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The area around your lathe is way to clean.
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The area around your lathe is way to clean.
I'm a little OCD. Lol After I lathe, I vacuum up and clean the lathe so I have no chance of chips or dust when I start my finishing. I even vacuum out the grill on my motor to keep the sawdust out of there. Oh yea, and wipe down all my tools.
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