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    Default No such thing as scraps when you have a lathe

    Assorted Gabon ebony ends and some forgotten about Ivory substitute. Had a little time to kill one evening.

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    Those look elegant. Black tie affair comes to mind :<0)
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    Beautiful way to finish out the supply,,,, and thanks for showing the process.

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    Nice !!!!

    Man I need to do something with those "Pieces" of brushes not "Scraps out in the shop :P

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    Amazes me what yall do with a block of material!
    Bravo!!!

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    Ya those are very nice. Excellent work!
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    Turned myself a few tamper handles from some wood shop oak, maple, walnut scraps. You would be surprised what you can make out of cutoff's.

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    Good stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cannonfodder View Post
    Turned myself a few tamper handles from some wood shop oak, maple, walnut scraps. You would be surprised what you can make out of cutoff's.

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    A lathe.....can be a wonderful tool.

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    Great work on the lathe and I just want to add that it's great to see you back and posting again.
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