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WoodHog

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2133 days ago

Years ago in one of my wood working magazines I had a pattern of turning a pasta cutting rolling pin. Of course I misplaced the book. Can anyone help me out? This is quite a unique project.

-- Walt, Michigan "GO BLUE"


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lew

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#1 posted 2133 days ago

Don’t have the plans, but here is a link with a pretty good picture

http://www.lehmans.com/shopping/product/detailmain.jsp?itemID=1009&itemType=PRODUCT&RS=1&keyword=Noodle+Cutter

-- Lew- Time traveler. Purveyor of the Universe's finest custom rolling pins.

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abkma

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#2 posted 2133 days ago

WoodHog,

I do have this magazine. I believe it was in wood. It was similar to the one in lew’s link but was more scalloped. It may take me a bit to dig it out and hopefully someone else comes up with it first.

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WoodHog

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#3 posted 2133 days ago

abkma,

I went on-line to the Wood Magazine site and located the Magazine, it was wood issue no. 49, October 1991. I’ll look in my mags, it is to far out of print to get any back copys. Thanks for all of your help.

-- Walt, Michigan "GO BLUE"

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WoodHog

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#4 posted 2133 days ago

abkma,

i checked all of my magazine’s, I don’t have that one, I was never a real Wood magazine collector anyway. If you should find that mag. I’d be in your debt, if you would be so kind as to e-mail me a copy of the article.

Thanks,

-- Walt, Michigan "GO BLUE"

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Mark Shymanski

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#5 posted 2133 days ago

Jenn has recently started making her own pasta (very tasty, unlike the store bought kind :-) and this looks like a very good reason to buy a lathe….I mean looks like a very good implement for her to get ;-)

-- "Checking for square? What madness is this! The cabinet is square because I will it to be so!" Jeremy Greiner LJ Topic#20953 2011 Feb 2

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abkma

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#6 posted 2129 days ago

Hi all,

I did find the magazine. WoodHog you were correct it was October 1991. I’m not a huge Wood fan either but I do have some and don’t tend to throw any woodworking magazines out. I’ve made a scan but I’m not sure what LJs policy is on posting something like this. I’m thinking that since it’s no longer available through the publisher that it would be ok?

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WoodHog

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#7 posted 2128 days ago

abkma.

I think that it probably is ok also, you could send it to my e-mail, I don’t think that would be a problem, do you? I really apprreciate your efforts in finding that magazine.

Thank you,

-- Walt, Michigan "GO BLUE"

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abkma

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#8 posted 2128 days ago

WoodHog and others,

I extracted the relevant information from the article. Happy turning!

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WoodHog

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#9 posted 2127 days ago

abkma,

I really do appreciate this, I thank you and my wife thanks you too,
.

-- Walt, Michigan "GO BLUE"

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