Post some of your work up...Be good to see your turnings[/quote]Dieseldog":2k7nl6ah said:You never know one day I might post something.
JohnJonzjob":3gcy8jlm said:I have one of the thin b;aded parting tools and they are very good, but I was advised to grind the point off to look like it is below. It gives you a much better bevel to work with. Also, with any parting tool always make any deep parting cuts wider than the blade as has been said earlier, but it's even more important with the very narrow one as it has a nice wide blade to bind on the spinning wood and, whatever you do, if you are making a deep cut with the narrow one don't touch the blade straight away 'cause it gets VERY hot!!!!!
orryn about the photo quality