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General Board / Re: Hardwood Logs for woodturning
« Last post by MLZettl on July 10, 2020, 04:59:15 AM »
Speight, you might want to call Styron Tree Service in Morehead City. Also, Settle Tree Service in Newport might also be worth a try. I have used both in the past, and was happy with their work.

Matt
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General Board / Hardwood Logs for woodturning
« Last post by speight on July 05, 2020, 10:26:05 AM »
I have a client that has asked for a table made from a log 34-36" diameter and 26" tall.  If anybody has a leed on a downed tree (no more than a year) or one being removed soon please let me know.  Preferably it is a sycamore, red maple, hickory, or pecan.  Also please let me know of any arborist or tree services that I should call.

In general, I am always looking for hardwood logs, especially white oak, maple, black gum, sweetgum, and holy. 

Thanks, Speight
919-607-0022
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I'd be interested to know if this is something you guys would want?

I can set up boards here on the site for whomever wants and give that user moderator control over that board, and provide a place for you to market or showcase your work if selling is something you wish to entertain?

I can even set up a store for you to do so if you so wish......

thoughts? 
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General Board / Re: Ledge Shelves
« Last post by drewactual on June 17, 2020, 01:13:57 AM »
I don't know how I missed this until now...

Great work, Sir!!!
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General Board / boards, boards, boards
« Last post by drewactual on June 13, 2020, 02:46:38 AM »
and more...

seems this CNC machine has me filling requests for..... boards. 























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General Board / Re: Here is my DIY Lap Steel Guitar
« Last post by Columbo on April 21, 2020, 12:11:20 PM »
Hi Drew.  They are both made from oak and white ash.  I used oak on the top piece because of the stress that the strings might put on it.  They actually have good sound.  My grandson plays both acoustic and standard electric guitar but when he saw and tried my double head Lap Steel he wanted to learn how to play one.  Hence, I built him the single and he's having fun with it.  I have a standard electric and a 4 string base guitar but I have never played a steel guitar so it should be some fun learning.  The lap steel costs very little and is easy to make.  It would be a nice project for you.



 
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General Board / Re: Here is my DIY Lap Steel Guitar
« Last post by drewactual on April 21, 2020, 09:58:41 AM »
that is some beautiful work Sir!!!  Being a guitar player myself, this caught my attention.  Is that bolivian rosewood?
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General Board / Here is my DIY Lap Steel Guitar
« Last post by Columbo on April 20, 2020, 10:56:44 AM »
Here is my Lap Steel Guitar made from Oak and White Ash.  I did the double for myself and the single for my grandson.





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General Board / Re: My DIY Retro Arcades
« Last post by drewactual on April 19, 2020, 03:12:34 PM »
Howdy!  Thanks for joining!!!

That is some great work, and I wager there is quite the market for those. 

By the way, the CSS of the site handles the sizing of images, so post 'em and let the code do its thing! 

Thanks for sharing!
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