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Dalboy

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I am starting another turning project and realised that I need some way of holding a sphere so that I can hollow them. If the wood was large enough I could have hollowed after turning the outside.
Anyway around the problem is a doughnut jig, while I am at it some kind gentleman from another forum made me a couple of bits for another project so I completed that one as well.
The small doughnut jig

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And the earing hole jig

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Something else to find a home for between uses. :D

Have you got to the point of finding jigs you had forgotten about yet :?:
 
CHJ":235x697n said:
Something else to find a home for between uses. :D

Have you got to the point of finding jigs you had forgotten about yet :?:

Already have a home for them, with all the other woodworking jigs but only if I can fit them in as I have two other jigs that are too big to go with the rest as it is. :oops: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 
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