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These where for a customer. They where going to put glass domes on them. Not sure what they where going to display. The blanks where poor quality. They where supplied buy the customer.
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Impressive, I especially am envious of the ballusters. I could probably do one but to do several and get them to look like they are even in the same family would be a challenge.
Dave
 

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Impressive, I especially am envious of the ballusters. I could probably do one but to do several and get them to look like they are even in the same family would be a challenge.
Dave
Thank you.
Its not the most fun turning repetitive architectural turnings. But it sure will sharpen your skills. The secret is to focus on one feature at a time. Story poll all features and work from that.
 

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I always enjoy seeing another person's work, thanks for sharing.
 

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Thank you.
Its not the most fun turning repetitive architectural turnings. But it sure will sharpen your skills. The secret is to focus on one feature at a time. Story poll all features and work from that.
Do you use a duplicator attachment, or do you manually do it using calipers and marks on the blanks?

I am loving this content (and the other recent thread on wood working).
 

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Do you use a duplicator attachment, or do you manually do it using calipers and marks on the blanks?

I am loving this content (and the other recent thread on wood working).
No Duplicator. All layout and spring calipers.
 
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