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  1. Gee F
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    French? Beware of foreign virus!

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  2. Hector Salazar
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    Curious what kind of plywood did you use for the bed with drawers on the bottom and is that the plywood you typically use?

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  3. Gerald Moore
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    Jon. I enjoy your videos, especially when you share your art. My primary woodworking now is turning. I'm retired and I have found turning to be my passion. I'll tell you like I was told, there is no right or wrong way to turn, just what works for you. A very good job
    on turning your bench legs. They are not ment to be identical, because they are custom made by your hands, not a machine. Good job,
    keep turning, you will only get better, as you did with your many other woodworking skills.

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  4. Alejandro C
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    Nicely done Jon

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  5. OLD DAWG DREAMING
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    Good video and lots of good information Jon. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  6. David Kuhns
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    Nice video. I would suggest that a penetrating oil, like mineral oil or walnut oil, is better for kitchen tools that the board wax. While the wax looks good, it stays on the surface and will quickly be rubbed off when the rolling pin is in use. An oil will penetrate a bit and last much longer – and be easier to reapply as needed, too.

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  7. uKNOWuLIKE that
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    I'll have a go at making one of these, oh la la 🙂

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  8. YouCanMakeThisToo
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    The table is gorgeous! And I’m sure your wife will love that rolling pin. That’s a great thing about the lathe, it doesn’t take much material or time and you can get some good practice and have something useful at the end.

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  9. Buford T Justice
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    For anyone struggling, an easy way to get a parallel or tapered piece on the lathe is to set your tool rest either parallel or tapered to the piece toward the direction you want to go. Use your finger as a stop for the tool against the tool rest so it cant go past the depth your finger set. Works everytime.
    You were actually demonstrating the finger stop in the video. Nice job.

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  10. Steve Collins
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    Haven't used a lathe sense 1970, but enjoyed seeing the video, Jon.

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  11. Jack Tyler
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    My wife, also a baker, watched this over my shoulder with a gleam in her eye. A lathe as an anniversary present? Perhaps a bridge too far…

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  12. Bruce A. Ulrich
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    Nice, simple project with something usable at the end. My favorite kind!

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  13. Cross Cut Creations
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    Nice work, Jon. I love my lathe and turning is therapy for me. I enjoy watching the videos of projects you put on your channel. Keep up the great work!

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  14. Brian Hinton
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    Look's pretty perfect to me Jon, have a nice day !!!.

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  15. Jk Canvas
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    like the French Rolling pin as a beginner turning project. Need to add one to my shop eventually. Thank you for sharing.

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  16. Ttf Web
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    If you're not cheating, you're not trying very hard 🙂

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  17. Tim Johnson
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    What was the speed?

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  18. pt eddie
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    Thanks for this how to for beginning lathe users. I would love for you to make a series of instructional videos for absolute beginning lathe users. I find the YouTube videos already out there on learning to use the lathe hard to follow. You are an excellent teacher and I feel sure that I would learn a lot from your instruction and examples. Thanks again.

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  19. Scott B.
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    Just made one for my wife this morning.

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  20. TheBlueSeaHorse
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    hello my boiis

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  21. Brian S
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    Nice simple project and a great video too.

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  22. Debbie Howell
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    Great video! You’re so talented I love your bench it’s beautiful. I haven’t got that involved in woodworking yet but I’m working on it. I saved your video and subscribed I look forward to seeing more of your amazing workmanship

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  23. Marcelo Oliveira
    March 27, 2020 @ 6:03 pm

    Always a good project, hello from Brazil.

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