Recent content by Pete M

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    Thickness plainers

    A drum sander is the best way to flatten rings.
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    Tried to reply but limited to only 420 characters. email me at

    Tried to reply but limited to only 420 characters. email me at
  3. Pete M

    Looking for a bandsaw sled jig that someone made that is like the accu-slice

    I am in the process of designing one.
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    Longworth Centering Chuck?

    Sent you a private message Ken.
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    Miter Guages?

    Go to my website for very accurate sleds.
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    Scroll Saw Circle cutting Fixture

    Never tried it with the blade tilted.
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    Wedgie-Less Sled

    about 2-1/2" . Can make a custom sled at additional cost.
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    Wedgie-Less Sled

    Now accepting orders for the wedgie-less sled. The cost will be $150 plus shipping and tax if required. It is currently available with 10, 12, 16, 20, 24, 36, 48, 72 and 144 segment rings. It is machined from 11/16 baltic birch with a phenolic coating (SHADES OF BROWN MAY VARY). The sled...
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    Another Newbie

    How low are you in AL? I am from Calera, about 20 miles south of Bham.
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    Ft. Worth Texas

    You may want to check out my website for segmenting sleds and other fixtures.
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    AAW 2020 Symposium

    I am absolutely thrilled to be chosen as a demonstrator at the 2020 AAW symposium in Louisville KY. June 4th - 7th. I look forward to seeing you at my demo's on Vortex Bowls and Finishing.
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    Wedgie-Less Sled For Sale

    Arlin, Send me an email I am out of town all week
  13. Another Vortex

    Another Vortex

    This was glued up at my demo at SWAT last month. Finally got around to finishing it up. Made a Boo-Boo designing the pattern. The foot and lip are curly katalox. The lighting didn't bring out the curly figure very well. 12-5/8" diameter X 7" tall
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    Wedgie-Less Sled For Sale

    I will soon be adding other options after SWAT symposium.
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    How accurate or precise must my table saw be for feature rings

    Ed, Checkout my table saw sleds in the Buy, Sell, Trade forum. I avoid using thin kerf blades due to the possibility of blade flutter. I strongly recommend the Freud LU85 full kerf blade. I have been using this blade for over 20 years with excellent results.