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  • Kenny_S
    replied to Carving wood
    Re: Carving wood

    Nancy, I can relate to that one for sure.
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  • Kenny_S
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    Re: Finishing technique

    I have used Johnson Paste floor wax with success. Several coats allowing drying time and buffing in between. The little bride dosen't like the smell of BLO so,,,,,
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    We have enough ranking in life,,i.e. rich, uper middlecl**** middle middle cl**** etc.
    Don't give a rip what you call me just don't call me LATE for dinner!
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  • Kenny_S
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    Re: Curly Basswood?

    Seen a couple of pieces of curly basswood at WoodCrafters in Tusla a couple of months back but they were over priced on their basswood. Did pick up a nice piece of tupelo and butternut. Still over priced.
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  • Kenny_S
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    Re: Carving Vise

    Several of us have made that one Don. I believe ALArchi has improved that design as I have taken what ALA did to his and done mine the same way. Granted, I don't use mine all that much but have one none the less and it is very helpful when needed. The best part about...
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  • Kenny_S
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    Isn't 3400 RPM a little fast for sharpining or stropping a knife or tools. I would think a lower RPM would be best on the tool and the Carver. May ne wrong on this but at 3400 RPMs, one would have to be awlfull carefull in not burning the blade.
    Gues one could step...
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  • Kenny_S
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    Rick, Those I know that have them in SEK uses coke. One has started wearing a respierator due to the Fumes. I guess if you blacksmith much the fumes would be harmfull. Enjoy watching. Had a couple of cooking items forged from one for camping. Still have the tripod for holding...
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  • Kenny_S
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    Re: Carving / Finding Cottonwood

    I have found both the northern Cottonwood bark and the locally(kansas) to carve nicely. Both were thick and nither one thicker than the other. Ranges in thickness on both has been up to 7 to 8 inches thick and wide equally as much. Both are hard to carve...
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  • Kenny_S
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    Re: Power Carving burr cleaner

    Wood Carvers Supply,Inc has aroduct called Pitch RX for cleaning burrs. Says it easily removes pitch,gum and resin from
    Carbide and steel burrs and worls well on diamond ruby and sapphire stones. Actually, a host of tools it works on.

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  • Kenny_S
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    Re: Carving / Finding Cottonwood

    Go for it!
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  • Kenny_S
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    Re: Carving / Finding Cottonwood

    Cootonwood bark is very nice to carve in once you get past the outside layers. There are several different species of cootonwood grown in the North America. There aare eastern,Plains,Black,swamp,Freemont, Palmer and narrow leaf cottonwood. Black cottonwood...
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  • Kenny_S
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    Re: Looking for cheap BASSWOOD?

    I agree Rick, I have quit on my first Million and have started on my second! :...
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  • Kenny_S
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    Re: Cleaning bark for carving

    Thanks Coffeeman for the reply. I have started doing just that and following up with Cliffs suggestion on blowing the dirt and junk out of the crevices. Got a lot of it to do and by the sound of my wife's cousin can keep it coming by the pickup loads. I have...
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  • Kenny_S
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    Re: Cleaning bark for carving

    Dave, Some of it is 4' and some is 6'. One piece is a little under 8'. Yes I do feel I am lucky as At Rossitters it was about $6:00 a pound and I bought about $100 worth. Then we went to visit My wife's Cousin who just retire from be a Chief of Police in...
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  • Kenny_S
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    Re: Cleaning bark for carving

    Wll, I just came into a lot of the Plain Cottonwood bark. And I do mean a lot. I wasn't sure the procedure to clean it. Had some bugs which in some but after spreading some of the bark out, have not seen any. What I have is a Pickup bed full of Plains Cottonwood....
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