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Old 11-24-2012, 03:21 PM   #1
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wood workers out there

Hi all,
Do any of you wood workers out there have a Ring Master? Mary wants to get me one for Christmas,she saw bowls made out of rings of wood and thought it was cool (guess she want`s me to expand my horizons)looks like fun on the web site, and she say`s it is small enough to take in the Monty, Heck if it is tool`s I want it LOL.

web.site www.ringmasterlathe.com

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Old 11-24-2012, 05:08 PM   #2
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David: I don't have or know much about Ring Master but I do know their URL is http://www.ringmasterlathe.com
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Old 11-24-2012, 05:28 PM   #3
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Thanks Carl, just wanted to keep you guessing!!!
How have you all been? well I hope. We have been just a little busy since Dec,2011 I had my gall blander out,Jan,2012 a bout with melanoma,and Oct,1 redo on my knee they put in 3 yrs ago. Hope 2013 is going to be a banner year.

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One of the things I really enjoyed in high school wood shop was turning wooden bowls on the lathe. Made 3 or 4 during the school year and they stayed in the family for many years. Have no idea now where they went to.
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Old 11-25-2012, 12:00 PM   #5
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Bill,

Yes turning is very enjoyable, been turning for about 5 years or so I turn pens of all kinds ball point, roller ball fountain pens,also bottle stoppers, candle sticks, key chains,bowls, platters etc. I have 3 lathes two stand up large lathes, and a mini lathe i take w/ in the Monty. I also cast my own Acrylic blanks, pheasant feathers, snake skin , you name , for the most part I use exotic woods and old grow woods from all over the world.

If you know someone down your way that has a Ring master lathe sure would like to here from them..

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