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Return of the Arachnid

This sounds like it ought to be the name of a spy novel. I think I have got the “novel” part, but I am not going after the spy. The original conception of this project was to turn something to … Continue reading

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The Arachnid And The Snake

I glued up the caragana arachnid maybe four years ago before packing up my shop and putting my tools into storage. I ran across it while going through boxes trying to get things arranged in my new space. Since I … Continue reading

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Free Turning Wood

Your Best Turning Wood Just Might Be Free If you know how to deal with unseasoned wood, you may be able to have a steady supply of free turning wood. While that probably won’t include such species as canary wood, … Continue reading

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