Some turning involved; got it done.

Some turning involved; got it done.

Post by steame » Wed, 15 Mar 2006 14:12:53



        --Have been working on these puppies for waay too long; finally got
one done the other day and took a photo. Direct link:
http://www.nmpproducts.com/woodengn.htm
        ...and yes, those frosted areas are dust from long stretches of
project being bumped by other projects, sigh..

--
        "Steamboat Ed" Haas         :  Better an early adapter      
        Hacking the Trailing Edge!  :  than an early adopter..
                   http://www.nmpproducts.com/intro.htm
                   ---Decks a-wash in a sea of words---

 
 
 

Some turning involved; got it done.

Post by nailshoote.. » Sat, 18 Mar 2006 00:06:53


I just took some time to look at your site.  Impressive!  Like me, you
obviously have a lot of different interests.

Always fun to see what other guys are doing.

So the big question is... does it work?

Robert

 
 
 

Some turning involved; got it done.

Post by steame » Sat, 18 Mar 2006 01:33:16


Quote:

>So the big question is... does it work?

        --Welll, not very well. What I've got to find is a good lubricant so
that the various woods slide easily over one another. The worst area is
between the lignum vitae eccentric and the mahogany eccentric strap..

--
        "Steamboat Ed" Haas         :  Concave, convex, con      
        Hacking the Trailing Edge!  :  carne: all is Zen..
                   http://www.nmpproducts.com/intro.htm
                   ---Decks a-wash in a sea of words---