Turning

Subject:
Re: Turning end grain question?

Philip Duffy
Let us not forget the "step down" end-grain scraper that Myron Curtis invented and that cuts thru end grain like butter. Take a 1/4in wide piece of good steel, grind the nose round and then cut a step-down in that nose and you will achieve great wood removal from any/all end grain. P

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