After working with coffee mills for the last few years and seeing the supply of good grinders slowly disappearing, I decided to see if it was possible to adapt the original mill written up by David Reed Smith to a more modern Ceramic grinder.If th...
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Location: Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada
I spent most of my life working in the electronics field as it pertains to medical equipment. Ran my own business for 25 years and gave up working after 41 years of it.
Now I play in my nice new shop, I have two old Rockwell/Delta 12" lathes that I try to keep turning. I have assembled about 20 local woodturners and we do a show and tell once a month.
I sell a few of my creations at the local craft fairs to help buy new toys and wood.
All in all I'm a happy retired guy....
-- Syd Sellers Old woodturners never die, they just keep chipping away! http://www.rocky-roost-woodturnings.com
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I have had a bit of interest from a few re my home made Articulating Hollower. If you would like to give making one of these a go, follow this link, I have put up a doc with instructions and parts needed…http://www.rocky-roost-woodturnings.c...