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Hollowing System by Steven Antonucci
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Re: Hollowing System by Steven Antonucci
Reply #1 - Mar 9th, 2010 at 3:32pm
 
Just a quick note...

The normal use would have the left arm holding the tool up by the toolrest and the right hand on the plane handle with your forearm resting on the wood.  I was cutting with one hand while I held the camera in my other hand to film.  You shouldn't do that...

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Reply #2 - Mar 9th, 2010 at 6:28pm
 
Great video Steve, its a great new and improved version! Hope all is well with you!  smiley=dankk2.gif
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Reply #3 - Mar 9th, 2010 at 8:54pm
 
Awesome video, nice to see the Nova 1624 in action for a change.  I wonder how did you manage to get the chips out of that small hole?  Must be quite a chore.
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Reply #4 - Mar 10th, 2010 at 12:07am
 
super smiley=thumbsup.gif smiley=thumbsup.gif

fits right in with my budget.  now to find the time to make it... Wink Wink
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Reply #5 - Mar 10th, 2010 at 9:47am
 
Bert- I have an older Nova 3000, which has been my only lathe for 8 years now.  It is a great value.

The chips come out with a short blast from the compressor hose.  If you hollow, you need a compressor, or you spend most of your time unscrewing the chuck, and shaking it out upside down, and then screwing the chuck back on the lathe... ugh!
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Reply #6 - Mar 10th, 2010 at 10:45am
 
Steve, what size hollow forms do you think your rig can handle?
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Reply #7 - Mar 11th, 2010 at 8:39am
 
With a 1/2" bar on it, I would be comfortable up to 10" deep as -is.  If I want to go deeper, I'd probably want a longer handle.  I think that my Nova Sort of runs out of length around 16" deep, hand held anyway, but I could always build a bed extension. Smiley

If I was going to work that deep, I would slow the lathe down or capture it at the back of the unit unless I could make a really long bar like the Elmer Adams video.  I just don't have that kind of room in my shop.

If I had the wood in hand, making a new handle is as simple as running one surface over the jointer.  the other three sides are just for looks and so I don't get splinters...

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Reply #8 - Mar 11th, 2010 at 10:02am
 
Sweet setup. Very well done. smiley=dankk2.gif
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