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I'm trying to determine if hickory or pecan
is a good material for turning.
My next project requires 4 table legs
That are 7 inches in diameter at the largest
section.
 

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introduction
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in·tro·duc·tion
[in-truh-duhk-shuhn] Show IPA
noun
1.
the act of introducing or the state of being introduced.
2.
a formal personal presentation of one person to another or others.
So few do any more. And a lot don't even start in Introductions, they just put their first post anywhere.
 

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Golf club shafts were made of hickory for a long time. In fact, some are still made that way. There is even an open championship for hickory shafted clubs. Personally I need all the help I can get from modern technology!
 

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I have turned lots of hickory! We had some trees come down and so free wood! Cut it up and stacked it to air dry. I learned lots from hickory, like how to sharpen all of my tools! lol
Welcome to the forum, I am a newbie here too. :D
 
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