I hope you agree with me on this video
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Although he is using primitive tools and primitive ways.  He has an eye for detail and it came out really well and a surprise at the end how it looks.

To me it is the way it was done a thousand years ago but not with a motor but the ways are the same.  It looked to me like he had only 5 basic tools of different shapes.





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  Re: I hope you agree with me on this video by Arlin Eastman (Although he is using...)
(04-12-2018, 07:51 PM)Arlin Eastman Wrote: Although he is using primitive tools and primitive ways.  He has an eye for detail and it came out really well and a surprise at the end how it looks.

To me it is the way it was done a thousand years ago but not with a motor but the ways are the same.  It looked to me like he had only 5 basic tools of different shapes.






It is kind of hard to watch. Scary at times, but he seems to know what he's doing. I'd like to see how he hollowed it., probably just drilled a hole like a bud vase.
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  Re: RE: I hope you agree with me on this video by hairy ([quote='Arlin Eastma...)
(04-13-2018, 05:26 PM)hairy Wrote: It is kind of hard to watch. Scary at times, but he seems to know what he's doing. I'd like to see how he hollowed it., probably just drilled a hole like a bud vase.

You know I was wondering the same thing but the mouth looked to be at least 3" wide.  I wonder how he shaped the top.
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  Re: RE: I hope you agree with me on this video by Arlin Eastman ([quote='hairy' pid='...)
(04-13-2018, 09:32 PM)Arlin Eastman Wrote: You know I was wondering the same thing but the mouth looked to be at least 3" wide.  I wonder how he shaped the top.

I watched a video following this one and the guy just used a wood carver on an angle grinder followed with a disk sander then a random orbit.
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  Re: I hope you agree with me on this video by Arlin Eastman (Although he is using...)
But, gasp!, a GLOVE on his left hand!!

Just like me.

GM
The only tool I have is a lathe.  Everything else is an accessory.
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  Re: RE: I hope you agree with me on this video by Grey Mountain (But, gasp!, a GLOVE ...)
(01-04-2019, 07:52 AM)Grey Mountain Wrote: But, gasp!, a GLOVE on his left hand!!

Just like me.

GM

I use one on each hand while turning but when sanding I do not wear them.  I like to feel what I am sanding.
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