Digging into something I began last summer, I had 3 legs to turn. The first one jumped out from between the centers about three times. I was using the drive spur I made when I first contrapted my turning set up.
Before I began turning the second leg, I remembered hearing that in a drill powered set up like mine, that a spade bit could also work. I happened to have a few short shank spade bits, so I hammered one into the center of the second leg, chucked it up and gave it a try. It didn’t jump out even once and I had the leg turned and sanded in about 15 minutes. The first one took at least 20 minutes.
The project will be posted some time in the new year.
-- Ni faru ion el ligno!