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Dad Is a badass Woodworker
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Posted By: IliasFilippidis, 10-18-2021, 06:09 AM

Today i learned woodmaking is really cool

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A nice "Long and Strong" turning tool in his hand there.(The second image.) I still have a few in my tool box, though I haven't used them for 40 years. Thanks for the memories. I haven't even had a lathe for 30 of those years.
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That second image in particular is very strong - good work!
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QuoteOriginally posted by IliasFilippidis Quote
Today i learned woodmaking is really cool
Congratulations on the awesome images. Really well done.

- Craig

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Terrific images. The second shot is outstanding!
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A wonderful trio of photos! Very impressive.

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Woodworking requires a lot of skill. I am impressed by those who have mastered it. Impressive skills and impressive photos.

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Wood turning requires special attributes .
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Great photos. However, my woodworking teacher taught us to remove all rings and watches before starting a project.
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Makes me wish I had access to a lathe once more!
Powerful shots.
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