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Discussion in 'Non-Segmented Turnings Forum' started by Frank Smith, Feb 22, 2019.
Nice work. It never ceases to amaze me what nature provides us. The grain pattern is excellent.
Thanks mfisher (can never remember your first name). That's what I like about turning burls, the more cuts you make the more natures beauty is revealed!
Beautiful work, Frank.
BTW, mfisher is Mike Fisher and I am SO, SO, SO glad that he is here.
Thanks Lloyd. Yes, Mike Fisher and Bob Beaupre really add a lot to this forum. Both are very active and helpful here!
I am going to have to get your contact info so I can do burls also. I still have the 5x5x7 drying. Or do I need to have it dry before turning??
I usually rough turn it, stick it in a bag of sawdust for a couple of months and then finish turn it. Cool thing about turning burls is that if they warp or crack it usually makes them look better! It's been a while since I sent that one to you so I'd go ahead and turn it and see how it turns out. I imagine it should be dry by now.