Mike Pung
Mike's Custom Woodworking
Midwest City, OK


Had a bunch of fun yesterday with some kitchen posts.  I made them of maple and combined conventional turning with the legacy.  When I got to the reeding part I found that I was in the middle of two sizes of side reeding bits.  The larger of the two bits would cut way too deep
into the barrel of the project and the smaller one would leave a lip between the cuts.  Ahhh opportunity to make something.  Here is a bit I made from a piece of round stock, two set screws and a Vermont America side core bit.  As you can see 2410_2 it worked like a charm.  It took about 2 hours to make this dude but it is a keeper.  Going to get something to eat so will send more later.

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Last modified: February 19, 2008