Turning Archive 2005

Subject:
Spindle turning advice a call from the other side

Eric Hedberg
>I'm usually hanging out with the neanders on the hand tools forum, but I find myself in need of some advice from the turning side. I'm moving into some windsor building and being a newbie at spindle turning I'm looking for some suggestions from some of you pros as to what tools would help me get a good start. I currently have the usual set of a gouge, skew, spindle gouge, and parting tool. As I gird myself for the dive into beads, coves, and the like are there tools, tricks, or suggestions you have to shorten my learning curve? Thanks for your help. Eric

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