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    Turner or not, this is cool!

    Ran across this u tube video, thought it fantastic. Figured even the flatwork people would appreciate this.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EnERnbrJiU
    Jon

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    hey its flat on 3 sides jonathan
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    Now thats quit a set up.
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    I like the first cut off and would make a sink out of it!
    Jon

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    I've seen that video before, but it's always cool to watch. It's neat to see how differently a production shop does things, particularly the different equipment they use.
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    I've seen that before too... it's fun to watch, but makes it hard for us "real" turners to market our bowls when they can make one every 2-3 minutes and probably sell them for $19.95....
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