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Oneway Bowl Coring attachment for 2436 Oneway lathe.

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archives' started by Ben Barclay, Aug 28, 2018.

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  1. Ben Barclay

    Ben Barclay

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    I am looking for the above attachment for my new lathe. Lots of large Walnut logs to make into bowls and hate losing the centers. Anyone tired of having their coring attachment collect dust? Email to benbarclay@gci.net or call 907-240-1473. Thanks.
     
  2. John Turpin

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    You'll get dust if you core dry blanks. Coring dry hardwoods takes a long time and is very little fun, IMHO. It involves more tip sharpening than actual coring and I rarely do it. On the other hand, coring green wood can be both fun and fairly quick. It won't produce dust. I usually get something like wet mush coming out and it's easily dealt with. The wet cuttings just pile up on the bed ways and I use a free hand to scoop and toss in the trash can without any interruption in coring. That's my two cents.
     
  3. James Seyfried

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    I'm pretty sure Ben's comment refers to someone who has a coring attachment that isn't being used, thus "collecting dust" as opposed to collecting dust when in use. That's my two cents. :D
     
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    Oops. I read it again. I read "tired" as "tried". Ignore my dust comments above and have a nice day.
     
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  5. Ben Barclay

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    yes, collecting dust on a shelf..... maybe it will spark someone into moving it to my shelfs.... thanks.
     
  6. Ben Barclay

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    Still looking for this item for use on my 2436 oneway lathe. thought I'd bump this site again before taking the hit on a new one --- anyone feeling like unloading that under used tool???
     
  7. Ben Barclay

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    STILL LOOKING!
     
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