Turning Archive 2007
>Here's a suggestion (ducking and running).
How about wood properties and identification.
The recent thread about mystery wood from Allen (plum, peach, almond or whatever it is) sort of reminded me what I don't know about wood properties or how to ID wood.
I've turned maple, oak, walnut, poplar, basswood, pine, etc. in "domestic" woods as well as a few tropicals. Most of what I've turned has been dried (either kiln or air). I've never turned a fruit wood other than cherry. So many types of wood, so little time..
So, how about wood as a topic?
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