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Box with threaded lid . From the stump of a Bramley Apple tree. Also a
bubbinga money box with threaded lid and threaded slot inner lid Hope
these are a bit more in focus and my apologies for the first ones. I did not
realise they were so bad 'til I saw them on the BB. They looked not too
bad in the camera.


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On 11/9/2011 3:51 AM, Tom wrote:
Box with threaded lid . From the stump of a Bramley Apple tree. Also a
bubbinga money box with threaded lid and threaded slot inner lid Hope
these are a bit more in focus and my apologies for the first ones. I did not
realise they were so bad 'til I saw them on the BB. They looked not too
bad in the camera.


Tom.



Nice! Very nice. I was not aware that the was a way to thread a
turning... Is that a particular tool, maybe the one that looks like a
boot spur?
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ED of course it grows money all you do is plant notes or coins in the slot
then fertilise well wityh thrift. You'd be surprised how quick your money
grows. By the way here is another one. This one is no good tho', it's
made from olive wood and turns all the coins black. I use the Bonnie Klein
threading jig. You can find out all about it on google






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Nice! Very nice. I was not aware that the was a way to thread a
turning... Is that a particular tool, maybe the one that looks like a
boot spur?


There are two ways, there are thread cutting (hand) tools. Sorby makes
one. Then you can also use a mill attachment.

The wood has to be really HARD to use he hand tools, so I suspect Tom is
using one of the milling methods

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