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PostPosted: Mon Mar 22, 2010 6:54 pm 
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...and some other goodies 8)

You wanna see ?

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Welcome to the round side Ralph, glad to see you back.

Let's see what you got. :D :D

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Certainly !!!! Please state all the pertinent details. (if we can't decipher from photo)

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OH Ralph!!!

We have lost another to the dark side!! :twisted:

Of course we want to see!! No Pictures - Didn't Happen. :D

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new spinny thingy?
Pictures?
yes please!!!

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Hey move over I cant see, OMG its great . :lol: :lol:

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OK I'll go up to the Turning Shed and get some pictures...

...Oh NO! TURNING SHED! it must be serious we even have a dedicated space for turning :shock:

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Too late, Ralph is lost in the VORTEX of DOOM! He has a dedicated turning shed?!?!?!? :shock:

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The only good thing I can think of with this situation is that Ralph's straight line tools will not see the "spinny - turnny" thing and get upset. :shock: :) :-D :D

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Well, Here it is chaps; a Jet JML 1014 see HERE
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Neat scroll chuck set
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These we have had for a while...
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And look what has happened to my little shed!
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I think it is too late, this square woodworker has got round corners :D

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Congratulations and a hearty YOU SUCK! :D :D :D

Great setup you have there and a great set of tools and attachments. 8) 8) 8)

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Ralph, sure hope you don't plan on putting round corners on flat work with that set-up :roll: Have fun !!


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Opps Ralph, you might just need a bigger shed, nice spinney thing,
OBTW You Suck :-D :-D

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That's what we thought, so we built a new one

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You can see the small shed through the framing...

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Gee, Ralph, NOW you Really SUCK nice new work shop to big be a shed. :-D :-D

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That was a few years ago. The larger workshop works well for the square stuff. But you have to realise this is work for me I don't really enjoy having to spend my days in the workshop making square and now round things - It's only a job :D

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Just only a JOB, nah I am retired so it's FUN for me. :D :D you do have one thing I don't , Peasoupers

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Ralph Laughton wrote:
That was a few years ago. The larger workshop works well for the square stuff. But you have to realise this is work for me I don't really enjoy having to spend my days in the workshop making square and now round things - It's only a job :D

Ralph :wink:


Yes, I can see that it is a tough job but, SOMEONE HAS TO DO IT!!! :D :razz: :roll:

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Just only a JOB, nah I am retired so it's FUN for me. :D :D you do have one thing I don't , Peasoupers


Sorry to disappoint Pilot... there have been no peasoupers in Britain since I was a small boy...smokeless zone regulations put a stop to them.... thank goodness.

Nice workshop Ralph since mine has taken 2 years and counting I'm insanely jealous. It should go up in the next few weeks though. :D

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Lawrence,

The sharpening station is just inside the door. it sits on a metal stand and is in easy reach of either lathe - gets a bit cosy with both of us in there :shock:

Here's a a couple of pictures showing the grinder in use re-profiling a bowl gouge to a fingernail profile and one of the jig after the regrind - note the mess. These shots were taken in the large workshop where we have room to take decent photographs.

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Ray,

You'll get there. My workshop has been up for a few years now. I think it shrunk in the rain...

Ralph

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