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#1 posted 1601 days ago

First get some pretty good tools and start slow ,turn spindles and small stuff Bowls and etc to get aquatined with the lathe and tools and how they act and feel to the wood, I did a lot of trial and error.Don’t be afraid and just practice and some moooooooooore practice …... I am still learning.
Enjoy it and pick-up all free wood you can. glue up’s turn fine.
I too agree that it can get expensive but once your are hooked you can’t stop yourself.

-- In His service ,Richard


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