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Wood Turners,

I would like some quotes for this simple turning in quantities of 6 and 25
units. I'm open to different types of wood and even other materials with an
attractive appearance and structural substance (in other words, no foam or
paper models, etc).

I would prefer a sanded, unfinished product. Small live-center hole on top
is ok. Screw holes or drive-center hole and spur marks on bottom is ok

I'm located in central Texas and would prefer someone in this state or
region to keep shipping costs down.

I look forward to your offers. Thanks.

-Scott Cox






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Try Sandy Pond Hardwoods
Pennsylvania.....they ship allover.....
look up the web site, and send in an e-mail.
jloomis
They do flooring, wood products, etc.
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Wood Turners,

I would like some quotes for this simple turning in quantities of 6 and 25
units. I'm open to different types of wood and even other materials with
an
attractive appearance and structural substance (in other words, no foam or
paper models, etc).

I would prefer a sanded, unfinished product. Small live-center hole on top
is ok. Screw holes or drive-center hole and spur marks on bottom is ok

I'm located in central Texas and would prefer someone in this state or
region to keep shipping costs down.

I look forward to your offers. Thanks.

-Scott Cox







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"jloomis" wrote in
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Many cities and towns offer green dumps for free. They take in logs,
trimmings, branches, anything natural. They also give away the stuff to
anyone who has need of it (except for firewood)

You may also visit a tree trimming company. They end up with tons of
wood and materials thry can't use.

I've found cherry, walnut, peach, oak etc. In central texas, you should
be able to find many small logs of live oak this way.

Kinda have to have a way to resaw large logs, or a bandsaw and limit your
finds to what the bandsaw can cut.


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