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Posted on Danal ( the Mug Man) ready to venture out and try my lath

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#1 posted 08-14-2013 12:42 AM

There are about as many books on wood turning as there are leave on any given tree. Dale Nish has a few good books out there. From what I’ve seen British wood turners have a leg up as to books. If there is a Woodcraft store near by, you might want to look in on their books. The one here in Greenville, SC has many on turning. Also if you look around you are may find turning classes. Best of luck.

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