Another clip, Mounting Bowl Blanks
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Another clip from me, and more to come...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KHkkws9lWA

robo hippy
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  Re: Another clip, Mounting Bowl Blanks by robo hippy (Another clip from me...)
Very good video thanks.
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#13
  Re: Another clip, Mounting Bowl Blanks by robo hippy (Another clip from me...)
thanks for the ideas. I Will have to try a forstner bit to cut receses. What speed is your dp running at for that?
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  Re: Re: Another clip, Mounting Bowl Blanks by crokett™ (thanks for the ideas...)
I had to go check, but according to the chart on my press, it is at 1450 rpm. That seems a bit fast to me. For sure, with a 2 5/8 inch diameter bit, you do not want to run at highest speed possible. There is some slip in the belt so if it catches, it generally stalls the bit. For sure, keep the bits sharp, and watch your feed rate as in don't just power it down into the wood.

robo hippy
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Greg

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  Re: Re: Another clip, Mounting Bowl Blanks by 2beast (up [img]/ssl_proxy....)
2beast said:


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Even quicker.




Neat thing about it is the support you get on Turn,Dry,Turn pieces. Run the Forstner down the AUTOMATICALLY centered hole of the dry piece, and turn as you did wet.

Adds a chuck to your outfit for 70 bux, and you won't have to change jaws!


Better to follow the leader than the pack. Less to step in.
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  Re: Re: Another clip, Mounting Bowl Blanks by MichaelMouse ([blockquote]2beast s...)
Don't have to change jaws, true. Still have to change chucks though. No real time savings.

robo hippy
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  Re: Re: Another clip, Mounting Bowl Blanks by crokett™ (thanks for the ideas...)
I do almost all my forstner bit drilling on the lathe and never go over 500 depending on the size. The bigger the size the slower I go. A 3" I will go to 250rpm

Arlin
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  Re: Re: Another clip, Mounting Bowl Blanks by Arlin Eastman (I do almost all my f...)
Wood has a nice speed chart download. Arlin's right, you shouldn't be going over 250rpm on any bit over 2" into hardwood.

RH, great video. thanks.


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  Re: Re: Another clip, Mounting Bowl Blanks by sniper ( [url=http://www.woo...)
Thanks for the chart! Just what I need

Michael
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