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#1 posted 02-19-2012 10:40 PM

My choice of wood for a project like that would be holly, yew, apple, plum, and the list goes on. I think that a laminated one would work fine, as long as you used a fine grain wood.
I took a look at the link and there were lots of different sized P&M’s. Size for me would be a product of what wood I have available. You might be able to make a smaller one with the tools you already have. Once you get the lathe, making them would be good practice. You would be doing some spindle turning and bowl turning.

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