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The Pen Turner's Corner: Spheres Anyone?
By Don Ward
For: Intermediate Turners
A friend who owns a cabinet and millwork business called and asked if I could make spheres. “Sure”, I said. He had seen some of the smaller ones I had made: up to seven inches in diameter. “Can you turn 12 inch spheres? ”, he asked. He needed six spheres and one half-sphere and they had to be “identical”.
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