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    Turning with your Feet?

    This is simply amazing:

    http://www.finewoodworking.com/item/...fancy-footwork

    I wish I could drive a skew half as good as this guy. Maybe I'm just using the wrong appendages. And that's a seriously sharp skew he's using, too.
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    Definitely amazing. I kinda cringed while he was cutting off the corners and looking away from his work at the same time.
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    And I thought I was doing good to be able to pick up a few marbles in my toes!! Totally the definition of Scary Sharp!!!

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    Hey Welcome Bob thought you could get away with snicking in didnt ya.
    Also put up there where ya live so we will all know how to gab at ya

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob svoboda View Post
    And I thought I was doing good to be able to pick up a few marbles in my toes!! Totally the definition of Scary Sharp!!!
    Post #1? Howdy and welcome. Toes and all.
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    That is just to cool. Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Caughron View Post
    Hey Welcome Bob thought you could get away with snicking in didnt ya.
    Also put up there where ya live so we will all know how to gab at ya

    Jay
    Sorry...didn't mean to be so sneaky. I guess my lurking days are done

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob svoboda View Post
    Sorry...didn't mean to be so sneaky. I guess my lurking days are done
    Cant get away with it any long Bob we know your out there now
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    Quote Originally Posted by bob svoboda View Post
    Sorry...didn't mean to be so sneaky. I guess my lurking days are done
    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Caughron View Post
    Cant get away with it any long Bob we know your out there now
    Yep, now you have to start a new thread and show some pics of your work and shop.
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