A turning I did
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Strawberry ice cream cone.

   


   


Made from a willow tree which my MIL and FIL planted 40 years ago
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That's cool, Arlin.   Cool
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Tomorrow you can see it and the other things I turned if you wish.
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Nice piece and yes pleas post any pictures you have. I always like to see everyones new pieces
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Pretty cool, Arlin! Yes
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Willow is a bit grabby. What was your experience turning it?
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(04-22-2020, 12:04 PM)Arlin Eastman Wrote: Strawberry ice cream cone.







Made from a willow tree which my MIL and FIL planted 40 years ago
Nice one, Arlin!!
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(04-23-2020, 04:06 AM)EightFingers Wrote: Willow is a bit grabby. What was your experience turning it?

It turned very well for me and sanded well also.  It did not take a finish to well.  It absorbed it and would have taken a gallon of it I think.
I can say about the grabby part is I did not notice it since I turn at about 2000 rpm or better on small projects like this.  I turn faster since I have learned that at 800 and below it knocks the tools around a lot and does not get as good a cut at lower rpm.

(04-23-2020, 09:20 AM)hairy Wrote: Nice one, Arlin!!

I would say it is "Hairy inspired" since you have done so many neat projects.  So thank you Hairy.  Yes Yes
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