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Here is a link to the YouTube video showing my friend John teaching me to turn Tulips.
-- Harry, Western Australia
May 10, 2013
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#1 posted 05-10-2013 09:04 AM
nice work and great tutorial
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#2 posted 05-10-2013 12:58 PM
That is really neat,Harry. I learned a lot in that video. I like that sanding ball he used on the inside and that rotating sander he used on the outside. I often wondered how good they work. I must make one now!!
Also, I like that cutting wheel for the Dremel. I’ll have to get some of those too!
We had this guy named Carter shoeing how to turn very thin stemmed goblets. I wonder if he could turn the tulip and then turn that stem instead of putting in a dowel. Boy would that be a challenge!!
Thank you so much, my friend!!!!!!!!!!...................Jim
-- Jim Jakosh.....Practical Wood Products...........Learn something new every day!! Variety is the Spice of Life!!
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#3 posted 05-10-2013 02:15 PM
These are wonderful.
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#4 posted 05-10-2013 03:59 PM
Thank you for sharing the video. The Tulip is beautiful.
-- Lee - Northern idaho~"If the women don't find you handsome, at least they ought to find you handy"~ Red Green
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#5 posted 05-10-2013 03:59 PM
Great tutorial Harry a very clever tecnique
-- Who is the happiest of men? He who values the merits of others, and in their pleasure takes joy, even as though 'twere his own. --Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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#6 posted 05-10-2013 06:45 PM
Beautiful work. Thanks for sharing.
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#7 posted 05-10-2013 11:30 PM
Thank you for sharing Harry, I had to wait all day until my workday was over to watch the video, it was worth it, think I´ll give it a shot during the weekend.
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#8 posted 05-11-2013 02:13 AM
I find your video “UNAVAILABLE”...... what happened?
Wish I could see your video… I know it’s going to be a good one!!
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#9 posted 05-11-2013 02:37 AM
The tulips are beautiful and the video is great. Thanks for sharing
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#10 posted 05-11-2013 07:35 AM
Joe, I just got straight through to the video on YouTube using Marlene’s I pad and all the above members have viewed it so possibly try a different browser but Joe, YOU are the computer expert, what I know will fit on a large postage stamp!I do thank you all for your kind comments. I do have another video of John showing me how HE makes pens and teaching me how to apply CA glue as a finish. I’ll pop it on YouTube in the next day or two with a link here of course.
Jim., the Dremel cutting disc cost me the best part of $20.00 as did the mandrel, quite expensive, after buying them I cam across this eBay deal
The discs are very thin and even the straight cut is a breeze, I’m impressed with them. These shots of my sander may be of help to you, the spring wire circlips prevent the disc assembly from popping out of the handle.
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#11 posted 05-11-2013 02:02 PM
Thank you Harry, Excellent Video!
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#12 posted 05-12-2013 12:31 AM
Well done Harry.
-- Grumpy - "Always look on the bright side of life"- Monty Python
#13 posted 05-12-2013 11:20 PM
I found that I had another video in the middle of being Played in another window, that I had forgotten about…I got OUT of that video, tried yours again, and it took right off!!
That was SO COOL!
That guy sure cut that out FAST!! He had that procedure down pat!!
OK, Harry, now that you’ve been taught, when are you going to ake a boquet of Tulips for Marlene?
Thank you… Great video!
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#14 posted 05-15-2013 03:19 PM
Thanks for posting the video Harry. It really explains how they are turned. Well done.
-- Bill - Mesquite, TX --- "Everything with a power cord eventually winds up in the trash.” John Sarge , timber framer and blacksmith instructor at Tillers International school
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#15 posted 06-10-2013 12:44 AM
Very kool Harry
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