So i have glued up slabs of maple. Had planned on turning two legs at a time.
BUT....just stopped myself to ask you guys if i should rather go for shorter slab and do one at a time?
Never done this scale of what i consider production turning (got to make 8 legs) have material for 10 you know me by now.
Here is what the slabs look like glued up
Each is supposed to be long enough to provide for two legs now i am second guessing myself so question is should i cut in half and go one at a time. ???
Going to make a jig to cut the corners off on saw so as to reduce rounding on lathe.
Then comes the fun.
All advice will be welcome ...thanks.
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