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    Homemade burner

    In my Cherry NE post someone asked about my burner. The thread was lost in the crash so I don't know who asked about it, sorry. Here are the instructions to make one, which I had to get from Travis S. again because I lost it reformatting my comp. Just click on the pic, save, and print. It is also here... http://www.fishcarver.com/index.htm The guy does some AWESOME carving!!



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    Joe that was me. Thanks for taking the time to find it again and posting.
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    Thanks Joe. Good info.
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    GREAT, thanks Joe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Tonich View Post
    In my Cherry NE post someone asked about my burner. The thread was lost in the crash so I don't know who asked about it, sorry. Here are the instructions to make one, which I had to get from Travis S. again because I lost it reformatting my comp....
    Is it just me, or does anyone else here see a trend?

    Thanks for posting this Joe. I've been meaning to ask about the burners you and a few other guys are using. Now we'll just have to see about not losing this thread.
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