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Old 05-29-2018, 09:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Help with worthless wood casting and stabilizing

My friend mother passed away 12 years ago or so and she had this rosebush that was like 25 years old. When she died the so did the rosebush. When my friend was getting ready to sell her house he dug up the dead rosebush and gave me some pieces of the roots. They have been in my wood pile for several years and are completely dry. I had one piece that I tried to turn today but it was not very hard and it blew up on me. So the rest of the pieces I would like to have cast in a red or blue Alumilite. I do not have the set up at this time to cast. Is there anyone that can help me please PM me and we can work out the cost of time and materials.

Thank you in advance.

James Trumbo
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