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    Jigs for turning

    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. And the earing hole jig
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    "The only people who never fail are those that never try"


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    Thanks for sharing love the building od helpfull jigs like these.

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    I like the improvisation Derek, well thought out.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    Well thought out Derek.

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