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    A stitch in time.

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    ________Indian Rosewood 75mm long.
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    That is a good looking piece Chas. Really a neat idea. Well done.
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    That is very cool Chas, nicely done, as usual

    Is that a kit?
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    That is too cool, Chas. I'll echo Stu's question...is that a kit or did you find the threaded brass parts elsewhere?
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    That looks sew Awsome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Ablett View Post
    Is that a kit?
    No Stuart , all home brew, including Brass threaded inserts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chas Jones View Post
    No Stuart , all home brew, including Brass threaded inserts.
    Well heck Chas, that makes it even MORE impressive
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    That's a very innovative, useful and great looking turning. Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cody Colston View Post
    That's a very innovative, useful and great looking turning. .....
    Not a new idea Cody, but something from a bygone age that I think is worth reviveing.

    Project now is to refine the process to so that I can reduce the time to produce.
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    Can I have one in lighter wood?

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    ______________Yew 80mm long.
    ______Tried this one with alloy inserts to reduce weight but personally think I prefer brass for looks.
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