Wood turning help

They have a great turning program at John campbell folk school in the Brasstown area just over the line in N.C. maybe you could get some one to help you there. I live in Cullowhee N.C. which is probably to far off. Good luck
 
Your profile says Dallas, so you're not that far from me. You ever visit the Cabella's in Acworth? I'm 'bout 2 miles from there. If you can catch me at home (this time of year is tricky), I'd be glad to give it a look and see if I can dress it for you.

Sending you a pm with contact info.
 
Thread starter #4
Your profile says Dallas, so you're not that far from me. You ever visit the Cabella's in Acworth? I'm 'bout 2 miles from there. If you can catch me at home (this time of year is tricky), I'd be glad to give it a look and see if I can dress it for you.

Sending you a pm with contact info.
What I have is a traditional grind and what I want is a fingernail grind about 50 or 55 degrees, Is that something you might be able to do?
 
Sounds pretty simple to me. Shouldn't take more than a few minutes.
 
Top