|Project by grosa||posted 11-22-2010 12:36 AM||2424 views||1 time favorited||9 comments|
Residential job, These turnings were made from poplar 1 3/8” square x 34” long. The thinest part of the turning was 1/2” so I used a center support. The problem with a center support is you have to cut and sand 3” at a time. The good part is you can cut the full depth in one shot. The template was a broken baluster that I put back together. The customer wanted it by Monday ( 2 days ). It took 16 hours using a Vega duplicator on a light duty old Delta lathe.
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