Maker of turned and sculpted items in wood and mixed media.
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Hi Mark,Your website and blog are looking very professional indeed. A very serious well done on your recent ahievements with Crown Tools and may you and they have a very prosperous and creative future.Going to watch the video now as it's the closest thing I can get to owning the tool! LOL.Take care.Speak soon, Lee.
HI LeeThank you for your comments. I try to keep my web site and blog professional as I am a firm believer that presentation pleases and shows dedication to the finer points. Something my grandfather taught me he always said. " if you want to see what a man is really like don't look at the shine on the toes of his shoes but look at the heels" Taking care of the fine detail is therefore something I try to do. Could do better I expect but then there has to be something to do tomorrow. The tool has certainly gathered a lot of interest and I believe it will be a good addition to any ones arsenal.
Hi Mark.I have finally managed to find the time to watch the whole video.I think it is brilliant .It shows quite clearly the versatility of the toolAs you know i have had mine for about two weeks and still not had time to try it.I will let you know how i get on.Regards George
Thank you MarkI just would like to say what a great video and this inspiration has urged me to take on the challenge of hollow forming.Regards Mervyn Cadman
Hi Mervyn Thank you for your comment. I am glad that it is of use. there are some more on the way showing the tool in much more detail but as yet I have not had time to get to it. Any more questions of if I can help just let me know. Thanks again
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