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I liked the vidio ,Harry, even though I don understand what he said. It was pretty much self explanatory. Loved the top spinning on the sharp edge of the sword. Thanks for posting.
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He turned a gyroscope. Neat.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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Impressive!
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Excellent talent on the part of the craftsman but the swordsman was equally impressive.

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Good video of how things can be made with accuracy and perfect balance. Thanks. Will forward to a woodturning forum as they would be interested in his tools and hand sharpening of the tools.

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The only similarity between him and me, is the cluttered shop.
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Thanks Harry.

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Harry, I sent the video to another forum. I was told by one member that the video was unavailable. I tried the link here and it said the same thing. I wanted to get the gentleman's name to tie it to Youtube.

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It won't open for me anymore John, I can't understand why such a video would be pulled.Here is another one showing great skills. The first couple of minutes can be skipped.



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