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  1. hockenbery replied to the thread Forstner Flattening.

    What I do to mount a NE bowl is to drill a 1 1/4” hole in the center of the future opening. I then cut the blank to size with a...

    Sep 24, 2020 at 7:21 PM
  2. odie liked hockenbery's post in the thread Yet another wood ID request..

    Most books call it bald cypress Sounds the same as “Balled” One of the few conifers to lose their needles in the winter Hence...

    Sep 24, 2020 at 7:14 PM
  3. odie liked Tim Connell's post in the thread Yet another wood ID request..

    @odie Not sure of the tree, but looking at the oak seedlings growing around it, my guess is bur oak. @Timothy White It is actually Bald...

    Sep 24, 2020 at 7:11 PM
  4. hockenbery replied to the thread Prop for the Grizz.

    I have a marvelous tool. Hydraulic table. I move large blanks from hand truck to hydraulic table. Raise the hydraulic table to the...

    Sep 24, 2020 at 6:59 PM
  5. hockenbery liked Gary Beasley's post in the thread Prop for the Grizz.

    I have to hoist my wood up onto the bed of the G055 to cut them round and the most annoying thing that happens besides blade binding is...

    76BE9886-2650-4FEE-966F-1378914D41B3.jpeg Sep 24, 2020 at 6:54 PM
  6. brian horais posted comment on media Jack-O-Turn

    That's great Clifton. Spread the smiles! We can all use a few these days...

    pumpkin 1.jpg Sep 24, 2020 at 5:04 PM
  7. hockenbery replied to the thread Yet another wood ID request..

    Most books call it bald cypress Sounds the same as “Balled” One of the few conifers to lose their needles in the winter Hence...

    Sep 24, 2020 at 5:02 PM
  8. Timothy White replied to the thread Yet another wood ID request..

    It wasn’t meant to be funny. There really is a tree named Balled Cypress. The seed pods are balls similar to Sweet Gum. I have seen...

    Sep 24, 2020 at 4:26 PM
  9. odie liked Timothy White's post in the thread Yet another wood ID request..

    Odie: your tree could be Balled Cypress.

    Sep 24, 2020 at 3:40 PM
  10. odie liked Don Wattenhofer's post in the thread Yet another wood ID request..

    That has got to be Texas humor I hope

    Sep 24, 2020 at 3:40 PM
  11. Clifton C posted comment on media Jack-O-Turn

    Who can look at that and not smile??? I'm going to go look for some pumpkin wood.

    pumpkin 1.jpg Sep 24, 2020 at 3:40 PM
  12. odie liked Dave Landers's post in the thread Yet another wood ID request..

    @odie - My initial impression was Texas Live Oak (I grew up in Ft Worth, and spent alot of time on my grandparents place with lots of...

    icm_fullxfull.280812900_3gvkd60uemg4g0g0ggg8.jpg Sep 24, 2020 at 3:40 PM
  13. Clifton C liked brian horais's media Jack-O-Turn in the album Twisted Turnings - Horais

    This 7 inch tall Jack-O-Lantern was turned from a small piece of cedar. It was a quick project but really seemed appropriate for the season and falling temperatures. It may seem trivial, but why not create some quick decorations for the house to brighten up these days. The outer bark was wire brushed to remove loose pieces and a small twig was glued on top. Some carving and highlighting with a black marker completed the project. The nose was where a small branch was cut off. Give it a try, it may bring a smile to your face (and it doesn't take much time...)

    pumpkin 1.jpg Sep 24, 2020 at 3:37 PM
  14. Timothy White replied to the thread Yet another wood ID request..

    Odie: your tree could be Balled Cypress.

    Sep 24, 2020 at 3:02 PM
  15. Tom Gall liked brian horais's media Jack-O-Turn in the album Twisted Turnings - Horais

    This 7 inch tall Jack-O-Lantern was turned from a small piece of cedar. It was a quick project but really seemed appropriate for the season and falling temperatures. It may seem trivial, but why not create some quick decorations for the house to brighten up these days. The outer bark was wire brushed to remove loose pieces and a small twig was glued on top. Some carving and highlighting with a black marker completed the project. The nose was where a small branch was cut off. Give it a try, it may bring a smile to your face (and it doesn't take much time...)

    pumpkin 1.jpg Sep 24, 2020 at 2:55 PM
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