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i need a good wood site, any one know of one??

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  • i need a good wood site, any one know of one??

    i got a wood lath a lil wile back and not haveing used one in about 25 years could realy use a refresher, tips and how too's befor hurting me or the lath.
    i guess its not like a bicycle . any one a mamber some where that might be of help or know of a good how to page for laths ?? i did a google serch but got all sales and pay for schooling sites.

  • #2
    watch Norm........but not the one on Cheers...............Sears should have a basic manual. Also if you go to CNCZONE.COM, they have a woodworking section and just about anything else you may be interested in. This is where I got 99% of my info when I built my cnc plasma/router machine.


    • #3
      Here 's one that might be of interest. Tried to post it a while ago but I guess it didn't go through.


      • #4
        get on Google and ask for Wood Turning Forums, there should be several out there!


        • #5
          thanks guys i'll look into some of these idea's.


          • #6
            Try lots of how to videos.


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