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#1 posted 12-26-2012 02:12 PM

This guy has a very reasonably priced carbide tool, I’ve been tempted myself, although I do not find sharpening onerous.

http://www.eddiecastelin.com/products_and_services

Lots of choices here http://www.ptreeusa.com/wood_turning_tools_list.htm

Certainly do not go for less than high speed steel (HSS designation) in any case. And you need a grinder, or maybe rig a wheel on the back side of your head stock. Someone makes a jig. But Craigslist has grinders all the time around here. Then, buy a higher quality wheel for it.

A band saw is helpful as a back up tool, to knock off corners and cut logs down to size.

Yes, turning is addictive, one of the most enjoyable sensations in woodworking. Love to see the wood fly, and the project take shape right under your hands. Always new projects to try, new technique to learn. Not real noisy, and makes more chips than fine dust.

-- Dan V. in Indy


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