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Lights, have you

Discussion in 'Woodturning Discussion Forum' started by John Walls, Sep 11, 2020.

  1. John Walls

    John Walls

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    tried these from Amyzon?

    NATHOME led Garage Light, 216 LEDs 45W(80W Equivalent) Garage Lighting/daylight 5000K
     
  2. Gerald Lawrence

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    Got one of that type in finish and construction area of the shop. It does put out a lot of light. The directional feature is nice to throw light into a corner
     
  3. John Walls

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    Do you think it would be great to use over the lathe? I have a small magnetic base LED, works good for a spot but I would like the whole item turned to be lit up well. I have a 48" LED shoplight about 2 ft above the lathe but it does not light it up like I want.
     
  4. John Torchick

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    Harbor Freight has had 48 inch LED lights for as low as $19.95. Got two for the shop. Like them and got two more for the basement.
     
  5. Gerald Lawrence

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    Yes I think it would but you will still need a light to illuminate the inside of a bowl when hollowing.
     

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