Turning Archive 2007

Subject:
Easy economics

Steve Antonucci
>If you look at the cost of wood (mine is free), the extra "blanks" a coring tool provides often pay for the tool in a very short time. In addition, once you know how to use a coring system, I believe that they are faster an produce far less waste (=less clean up).

If you make a lot of bowl, it's a good investment. I've cored without a system to preserve special pieces of wood, and it's no fun. I'm probably going to pick one up on my next trip to Woodcraft.

P.S. I'd bet that you could pay for it with one nested set of bowls.

Steve

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