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    Another use for printer rods! Thanks for the idea.

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    Thanks DIYer.
    By reusing printer rods I also tried to make gouges for woodturning but they didn't work as I expected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morsa View Post
    Thanks PJs.

    There is no slot in the ferrule nor in the handle. I use leftover plumbing brass nuts rounded at the Unimat lathe; once finished both elements, they are assembled by hand. Here is an amplificated picture:

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    Thanks for the larger pictures Morsa. I can see now how they are joined. Nice idea to re-purpose the brass nuts.
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    Glad this was shown again in the daily emails. I have been saving printer rods for sometime thinking they could be used for something and now you have shown me the way. I downloaded J Siegal's article and am going to give it a try. Thanks again.

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    Thanks for comment, CaptainBart. These are other tools I made out of bars recovered from discarded printers:
    http://www.homemadetools.net/forum/h...ng-tools-21226
    http://www.homemadetools.net/forum/p...int-tool-21227
    http://www.homemadetools.net/forum/w...0428#post29452

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    Ooohhh. Pretty!

    How come my pine turnings never come out that nice?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by N00b Machinist View Post
    Ooohhh. Pretty!

    How come my pine turnings never come out that nice?!
    Thanks, N00b Machinist. Almost any wood can be turned and most likely, any of them will look nice, regardless of the usefulness of the object.
    By the way, the finish is with tint (except for the woodturning depth gauge), sealer and lacquer.


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