DDWC
May 2017 Meeting
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Guest demonstrator Robin Barlow commences his first project of a cocktail stick dispenser.

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Shaping the plunger.

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Finishing off the top.

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Completed item.

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Inside (slightly out of focus!) view.

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Using a Proxxon saw to texture a square edge bowl.

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Finished item as seen on our loaned screen.

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Coloured and completed.

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Making a novelty (hedgehog) cocktail stick holder.

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Completed item - good beginners project.

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Demonstrating the three stage buffing system.

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First place in Members' Open competition went to David Waldron using Walnut, Maple and Cherry.

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Second place to Carole Snell's grotesque in Oak - who was the model?

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Third place to John Williams' cake stand in Spalted Beech (complete with two light pulls made for Open Day). John displays some very tricky involuted turning.

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Another one brave enough to attempt involuted turning - Roger King's entry in Sycamore.

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Liz King's pyrographed cheese board.

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David Reynolds dish and stand using Oak and Jarrah Burr.

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Graham Legg produced this bowl in Elm.

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Bowl in Robinia from Steve Dalton.

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Another brave person; involuted turning from Derek Puplett in Sycamore and Jo Sonja paint.

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First place in Masters' competition went to Richard Hagues for his "captive ball" in Sycamore and Ply.

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Large (of course!) natural edge hollow form in Ash from Peter Fantham came second.

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Double disaster for Dick Potter with what should have been his involuted turning.