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    Has anyone tried the turbo carver for bone and/or antler,and inlays.Like to have some opinions ,if you own one or have personaly tried one. Thanks ,Paul ???

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    Haven't tried any projects myself but according to a good friend the smell from grinding is really intense. He was carving a design in an antler of some kind. Guess you need to stay upwind if possible.
    Good luck!!

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        Re: air turbo carving

        Bette,

        Nice bears!!!!!! I have always wanted to carve a bear. I will see if I can get in Debby's class sometime.
        Jim McKinney

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