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EPJartisan

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#1 posted 06-13-2013 04:53 PM

Also think of non-traditional tools.. since i do small carvings I use sharpened dental picks and for cheap tiny chisels I sharpen up those flat head screwdrivers you often find in the “cheap sale tool” bins at Ace Hardware… also for sanding your carvings I recommend the sanding mops from R&D Bandsaw ... www.tufftooth.com

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