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Post by fretman on Wed Sep 04 2013, 14:55

just to say,, wood turning up to 29 inches , down to bobbins and all in-between, plus very fine fretwork, hence the name?

Oh yes and the canal boat with a very fine Gardner 3Lw

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Post by Woodsman on Fri Jul 08 2016, 15:14

Went over to the dark side and did a bit of turning today.
Now have a mandrel for reshaping Villiers magneto dust cover. Very Happy

Anybody know a metal spinner so that we can get some new ones made?

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Re: Wood Working

Post by Villiers on Tue Jul 12 2016, 16:14

Have a go yourself, if you have a word lathe you should be half way there....

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