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===== Blank Name =====
  
Turkey Foot Pinon (Pinyon)
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Turkey Foot Pinon (Pinyon)  
  
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===== <br>Blank picture<br> =====
  
===== Blank specie =====
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===== Blank specie =====
  
Pinus Edulus
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Pinus Edulus  
  
 
===== <br>What did you like, or dislike about the blank  =====
 
===== <br>What did you like, or dislike about the blank  =====
  
This wood is beautiful.&nbsp; Cut wet, it spalted on the shelves in my shop.&nbsp; The grain is all over the spectrum.&nbsp; It cuts easy, sands easy, and takes finish easy. I liked everything about it.
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This wood is beautiful.&nbsp; Cut wet, it spalted on the shelves in my shop.&nbsp; The grain is all over the spectrum.&nbsp; It cuts easy, sands easy, and takes finish easy. I liked everything about it.  
  
===== <br>Blank needs be stabilized? =====
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===== <br>Blank needs be stabilized? =====
  
Only if it happened to turn punky... otherwise, no.<br>
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Only if it happened to turn punky... otherwise, no.<br>  
  
===== Wood known to be hazardous to touch or skin? =====
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===== Wood known to be hazardous to touch or skin? =====
  
Not hazardous to touch.
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Not hazardous to touch.  
  
===== <br>Wood particles or dust known be hazardous to inhale? =====
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===== <br>Wood particles or dust known be hazardous to inhale? =====
  
It's pine, so some may not like the dust.<br>
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It's pine, so some may not like the dust.<br>  
  
===== Tool you would not recommend to use with? (gauge, carbide cutter tool, flap sander, etc.) ? =====
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===== Tool you would not recommend to use with? (gauge, carbide cutter tool, flap sander, etc.)&nbsp;? =====
  
Your choice...A skew will make your sanding even easier than it is already.
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Your choice...A skew will make your sanding even easier than it is already.  
  
===== <br>Any special care for drilling? =====
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===== <br>Any special care for drilling? =====
  
No.&nbsp; It will drill quickly.
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No.&nbsp; It will drill quickly.  
  
===== <br>Any special care for sanding (Dry/Wet, slow speed)? =====
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===== <br>Any special care for sanding (Dry/Wet, slow speed)? =====
  
I wet sanded the last few grits.<br>
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I wet sanded the last few grits.<br>  
  
 
===== Finish used?  =====
 
===== Finish used?  =====
  
Danish Oil and CA will do wonders for it.<br>
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Danish Oil and CA will do wonders for it.<br>  
  
===== Any problems applying it? =====
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===== Any problems applying it? =====
  
None.<br>
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None.<br>  
  
===== Any problems after Blank finished&nbsp; (Ie. cracks,cloudy, dull finish ...? =====
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===== Any problems after Blank finished&nbsp; (Ie. cracks,cloudy, dull finish ...? =====
  
None.<br>
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None.<br>  
  
===== Use polishing or buffing? =====
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===== Use polishing or buffing? =====
  
When cured, buff w/EEE, WD, Renwax...<br>
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When cured, buff w/EEE, WD, Renwax...<br>  
  
===== Additional information you like to add: =====
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===== Additional information you like to add: =====
  
This wood would be great, sliced in any direction... with, diagonal, or across, grain. When it's spalted it's just plain gorgeous.
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This wood would be great, sliced in any direction... with, diagonal, or across, grain. When it's spalted it's just plain gorgeous.  
  
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[[Category:Wood_Species]] [[Category:Spalted_Wood]]

Revision as of 11:46, 30 July 2010

Blank Name

Turkey Foot Pinon (Pinyon)


Blank picture
Blank specie

Pinus Edulus


What did you like, or dislike about the blank

This wood is beautiful.  Cut wet, it spalted on the shelves in my shop.  The grain is all over the spectrum.  It cuts easy, sands easy, and takes finish easy. I liked everything about it.


Blank needs be stabilized?

Only if it happened to turn punky... otherwise, no.

Wood known to be hazardous to touch or skin?

Not hazardous to touch.


Wood particles or dust known be hazardous to inhale?

It's pine, so some may not like the dust.

Tool you would not recommend to use with? (gauge, carbide cutter tool, flap sander, etc.) ?

Your choice...A skew will make your sanding even easier than it is already.


Any special care for drilling?

No.  It will drill quickly.


Any special care for sanding (Dry/Wet, slow speed)?

I wet sanded the last few grits.

Finish used?

Danish Oil and CA will do wonders for it.

Any problems applying it?

None.

Any problems after Blank finished  (Ie. cracks,cloudy, dull finish ...?

None.

Use polishing or buffing?

When cured, buff w/EEE, WD, Renwax...

Additional information you like to add:

This wood would be great, sliced in any direction... with, diagonal, or across, grain. When it's spalted it's just plain gorgeous.