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kruger

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I bought the last book written by M Hogbin , after seeing pictures of his achievements.
Superb ... a few examples ..

one other turning..."trunion boxes"
 

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lorbay

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Did you go to Jean Francois Escoulen school.
A friend of mine was there last year. Very nice.
Lin.
 

kruger

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NO, NOTHING ... just to keep his hands in his pockets.

I was training a week at JFE workshop, one of my best memories.
I heard about your friend.

this is nothing more than a bowl turned landed on its support, then sawn into two parts, stick together the upper bowl parts, sand and present the invoice LoL
 

plantman

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What do you do to prepair yourself to turn these bowls. Johnny Walker, Jim Beam, home brew ??? It takes a lot more skill to turn something out of round than a flat dish or bowl !!! Very nice craftsmanship and thought. Jim S
 
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