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2015 June Meeting
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“Tips Tricks and Jigs”
Peter Toch demonstrated several of his fixtures including one for measuring bowl bottom thickness, another for steadying your hand while marking the bottom of a bowl. He also showed his pencil holders.
John O’Connell showed his arraignment for using a cutoff wheel on the lathe, several home made tools for texturing on the lathe and a jig for measuring diameters of shells to fit to the finials. John also showed his vacuum chuck and an jig for mounting on a chuck to make offset pendants.
Dan Madar showed a lathe mounted tool holder, a home made chatter tool, and several gadgets for use at the lathe.
Jim Proffitt wrapped up the evening with a very good explanation and demonstration on Thread Chasing.