Turning Archive 2005
>I have Mike Mahoneys DVD and in it he says " lets use this blade because it is the logical one to use". He never explanins why he really picked that blade. My problem is I usually turn the bottom out of the blank under the top one because I make too much of a cone shape in the top one. I can't seem to "thread the needle" as he says. Is there any logic to which one of the three blades to use? So far I have had luck only with the straight blade as a parting tool. Works great.