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Old 12-24-2018, 09:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I'm going to try a few rings and see how it goes. Is anyone turning rings? Thanks, Frank
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I turn rings on my lathe for friends and family. The last ring I did was using moose antler and so far that is my favourite. The wood rings that I make are reinforced with veneer strips to give rigidity to the ring.

Enjoy your ring making adventure as you will have fun along your journey.
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Where are you purchasing supplies, chucks, etc.
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Just google wood ring supplies


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Iíll take suggestions on what to and not to buy as I get started. I donít mind buying the works.
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CSUSA has ring supplies and blanks.

https://www.woodturnerscatalog.com/S...2/Ring-Turning
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CSUSA has ring supplies and blanks.

https://www.woodturnerscatalog.com/S...2/Ring-Turning
Thank you. Will Ring in the new year soon. Rings look like fun.
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I’ve made a few rings from Corian. No inserts or special tools needed.
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Ringsupplies.com you can also buy ring cores on eBay for cheaper.

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