Hi Tim
 I also kept watching the next follow on videos about flute making quite 
interesting stuff
Thanks for putting it up. I was wondering what use a wooden tube 
was------------ now I know!!

On Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 3:31:30 AM UTC, Tim wrote:
> Joe, is this your machine?  I'd like to see more details of the cutter.  
> In past articles of fine woodworking magazine there have been some articles 
> showing some pretty crude router bits ground from files and loose steel 
> pieces.  A bit spinning at less than say 6-8000 rotations a minute could be 
> relatively safe and still be able to cut even if the bit is unbalanced to 
> some degree.  With a single cutter we are really talking about a tool 
> called a fly cutter.  Wouldn't you agree?
> I also like the simple method of indexing the piece.  Thanks for showing 
> interest this on such a slow news month.
> Tim
> On Mar 5, 2018, at 11:41 AM, 'joe biunno' via Legacy Ornamental Mills <
> legacy-orna...@googlegroups.com <javascript:>> wrote:
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EbePcJqN6O4&feature=youtu.be
>> here is another attempt!

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