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How to Mark a Multi-sleeve Rolling Pin with a Box Router Jig Instead of a Lathe

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Welcome to the reason I bought a lathe in the first place!For a good while I've been thinking and trying to make wooden beer mugs, and only recently I acquired the. Wooden Beer Mug, Beer Mugs, Small Wood Projects, Wood Turning Projects, Wood Turning Lathe, Wood Lathe, Segmented Turning, Woodturning Tools, Lathe Projects

Making Beer Tankards on the Lathe

Making Beer Tankards on the Lathe: Welcome to the reason I bought a lathe in the first place!For a good while I've been thinking and trying to make wooden beer mugs, and only recently I acquired the means of making them the way I envisioned. I have only about one and a half year o...

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The Sharpie 600 project - Construction

A description of the construction of Sharpie 600 by Olle Jeppsson

Lacing a gaff-rigged sail to your mast - Classic Boat Magazine Model Sailing Ships, Old Sailing Ships, Model Ships, Sailing Dinghy, Catamaran, Model Ship Building, Model Boat Plans, Kayak Boats, Wooden Boat Building

Lacing a gaff-rigged sail to your mast - Classic Boat Magazine

By CHRIS JECKELLS When setting the mast lacing it is crucial to establish whether you have a straight luff or a throat and/or tack knock. Either way, it is of utmost importance that the luff lacing does not pull the sail closer to the mast than it was designed to be. Despite all I said …

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Jim Michalak's Boat Designs/The Index

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