Turning Archive 2006

Subject:
Is there a fundamental law of finisheng?

eliot
>All financial investors know that if you want to go for higher profits, you have to incur more risk; it's like a law of physics. Is there something similar for finishing lathe turned objects -- is there a excellence/time law? Do the best finishes always take more time? Put the other way around, are there any superb finishes that are really fast? I'm asking about larger objects -- not little stuff.

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