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07-24-2014, 08:02 AM

Who says you can't make a silk purse from a sow's ear???
It looks great!

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07-24-2014, 08:40 AM

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You can't core when the spindle hole is less than an 1".
Why not?

When coring your concentricity will always be better by holding a turned blank on both ends using the rest.

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07-24-2014, 09:41 AM

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Why not?

When coring your concentricity will always be better by holding a turned blank on both ends using the rest.

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Nice burn marks. Might wanna use a bearing.
How are you going to core when headstock to tailstock is less than 24"?
Use a short drill and flip it over?
My gun drill is 15" long.
For handles I recommend keeping the pieces at 13" long at least
so you have at least a tenon going down the sleeve.


  
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07-24-2014, 10:09 AM

Great cleanup job Crossbone.
When I had my 957, I took the parts to my mechanic who had
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07-24-2014, 10:38 AM

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Nice burn marks. Might wanna use a bearing.
How are you going to core when headstock to tailstock is less than 24"?
Use a short drill and flip it over?
My gun drill is 15" long.
For handles I recommend keeping the pieces at 13" long at least
so you have at least a tenon going down the sleeve.
Joe,

The burn mark you refer to is wax for the center rest to ride on. It all gets taper turned.

When the cue is tapered down from 1.375 to .850 at the nose, the wax and friction mark from 2 minutes of coring is just a fading memory but the concentricity of the gun drill hole to the OD remains.

With only 24", he still may be able to gun drill a 12.5 inch piece from one side if he got a 13" gun drill with a Morse taper and chucked up the piece just right. It would be close. The distance between the back of the jaws and the entrance to the spindle bore would be a critical dimension. Removing the tail stock chuck gives the extra room required. Sterling will make you a 13" gun drill like that.

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