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    The banned topic...

    A safer thing to do would be Mocha Diffusion Ceramics. I bought a beautiful little jug with this curious technique once, which involves a special mix of chemicals to create an effect very similar to that done on wood, but much less Heath Robinson




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    I’ve seen this being done in a video somewhere, quite mesmerising.

    As far as the other thread goes it should have been deleted not just closed.

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by 21William View Post
    I’ve seen this being done in a video somewhere, quite mesmerising.

    As far as the other thread goes it should have been deleted not just closed.
    Sorry but I can’t agree with you William. If a dangerous practice is doing the rounds then it should be highlighted & discussed to stop anyone else from trying it. By deleting it would be hiding the dangers. As a responsible experienced turner I feel I have a duty of care to less experienced turners to point out the dangers which lurk in our turning world.
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    Whether itís banned off the forums or not, there are loads of tutorial videos on YouTube. The one that got me was a comparison burn between 5000 volts and 10000 volts. Goodness knows what current is being used and how that voltage is being generated


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    Come on gents, Pleeeease!! I can see little point in closing a thread, still less deleting a thread if everyone is going to talk about it again in a new thread. Can we move on please? I think the overwhelming sentiment of the members who have expressed an opinion is that we just don't need to go there any more.
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    Can I just add a little something Phil?
    I have seen this done a few times on youtube and was always really impressed by it.
    I had never heard the voltages used in it or how ridiculously dangerous it is!
    I've certainly Learnt something from these two posts.

     
     
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    Great looking vase, I like it.

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    Thank you Ray for your original post and something worth having a look at if it does not require a kiln to get the effect otherwise the poor wood item may just go up in smoke.
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    My understanding is this is a chemical process from start to finish, another ball game.

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    Ok, I know that this may seem a really stupid question, but Iíve been away a while so Iím being nosey...what was banned?


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