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Hello All,

My new book, "The Woodturners FAQ Book", is nearing completion at the
publisher. I had mentioned devices for cutting flutes and spirals in
spindles using a router. I did not have a photo of a spindle actually
being cut, only a photo of one of the machines available to do this,
but without any wood mounted on it. The publisher feels that I need a
photo showing a spiral being cut with a router. Can anyone help me?
i.e., do you have one of these and could furnish a photo of it in
operation or do you know of a web site showing such an operation? I'm
trying to get them to have the book available by June so I do not want
to hold them up.

Thanks for your consideration.

Fred Holder
http://www.fholder.com

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Hi Fred,

Here are a few links that came up with a quick Google search:

http://books.google.com/books?id=CYy...qty4#PPA362,M1

http://www.mik.com.au/layout/product...?productID=857

http://www.houseoftools.com/product.htm?pid=169889

http://www.vegawoodworking.com/ld.html

http://www.timbecon.com.au/productse...x=router+lathe



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Hello All,

My new book, "The Woodturners FAQ Book", is nearing completion at the
publisher. I had mentioned devices for cutting flutes and spirals in
spindles using a router. I did not have a photo of a spindle actually
being cut, only a photo of one of the machines available to do this,
but without any wood mounted on it. The publisher feels that I need a
photo showing a spiral being cut with a router. Can anyone help me?
i.e., do you have one of these and could furnish a photo of it in
operation or do you know of a web site showing such an operation? I'm
trying to get them to have the book available by June so I do not want
to hold them up.

Thanks for your consideration.

Fred Holder
http://www.fholder.com



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