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    Thanks for the compliments guys! I hope to install a nice extra dense fan knot from Maggards to really complete the project!

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    Awesome idea, and well executed
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    Great job Vern. Looks good.
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    Now there's something that isn't very common. Love it!
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    thanks Andrew! Have you been making any brushes lately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tintin View Post
    thanks Andrew! Have you been making any brushes lately?
    I've done a few, but am itching to do some stacked exotics. Have a couple knots coming that I think will be perfect for the projects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HARRYWALLY View Post
    I've done a few, but am itching to do some stacked exotics. Have a couple knots coming that I think will be perfect for the projects.
    Really cool design and execution, Vern-I agree that it looks kinda K-barish.

    And not to hijack, but I'd like to hear from either of you about stacking pieces for turning, which is on my radar to try. Andrew-I remember you saying something to me about it on Instagram. I guess I just need to talk myself through it before I try it. So obviously you have to have your pieces totally square. I think I remember you saying to drill a 5/8" hole and epoxy everything together with a dowel so they don't come apart on the lathe? Is that right? Please correct me if I am wrong, as I want to try this with some expensive tropical hardwoods, and don't want to screw my 1st one up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoutHikerDad View Post
    Really cool design and execution, Vern-I agree that it looks kinda K-barish.

    And not to hijack, but I'd like to hear from either of you about stacking pieces for turning, which is on my radar to try. Andrew-I remember you saying something to me about it on Instagram. I guess I just need to talk myself through it before I try it. So obviously you have to have your pieces totally square. I think I remember you saying to drill a 5/8" hole and epoxy everything together with a dowel so they don't come apart on the lathe? Is that right? Please correct me if I am wrong, as I want to try this with some expensive tropical hardwoods, and don't want to screw my 1st one up.
    I'll put together a post with pictures and details on how I do it. It'll just be easier than explaining through text.
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    Thanks Andrew!
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    I will be watching for this.
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