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Davidf

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Guys, excuse my ignorance, what wood is this? :oops:





Good call on the chuck BTW. Nice one.
 

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Give us a clue is it home grown? if so it could be a piece of very quick grown cherry I had some like that it came out of a old church yard!
 

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Chrispy":1fo65hpe said:
Give us a clue is it home grown? if so it could be a piece of very quick grown cherry I had some like that it came out of a old church yard!
Yes, it was on my wood pile here in the Telford/Chester region.

So Could be Cherry or Sycamore.
 

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The question I wanted to ask (sorry its a bit disjointed) is how do I clean out the inside a bit better?

I think some form of (bowl) scraper?

Can any one recommend where i might get one from my neck of the woods?
 

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You could get a HSS round nosed scraper from any of the tool suppliers by ordering by phone or online.
 

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Thanks for the answers....this the other half of the log used.....should have posted it before.

Still Sycamore?

That's quite plausable as the lad I got the wood off spoke of getting Sycamore.



 

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Guys, I ve got loads of scrtach marks in the wood. How do I get them out?

I ve just been working it with a hand sander but still they won't come out.
 
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