Turning

Subject:
Re: What are your woodturning lessons learned?

mikeee12345
I usually get hooked on a new turning item for a while and like to experiment with
different ways to start and finish the item. Too many people get stuck making an item
exactly like they were taught and never discover better, easier, quicker, smarter ways
to accomplish the task with the tools at hand. Knowing what doesn't work has value
when you are attempting a commissioned piece and experimenting with different methods
builds skills and knowledge of different solutions for many tasks.

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