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    Hey chuck, did you ever get that flagpole done? I...

    Hey chuck, did you ever get that flagpole done? I have a lathe (or 7), that will handle that length easily. I do porch posts of 12' a couple times a year. I'm a woodturner as a profession, and a...
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    Indy chuck, I would be happy to turn those up for...

    Indy chuck, I would be happy to turn those up for you. Did you have a species of wood in mind? At 3", I would probably have to glue the blank up out of two pieces. Though Poplar is something I have...
  3. thanks again Bill, good information. I heard back...

    thanks again Bill, good information. I heard back from one source that matched it up to 6KW, but the price is killing me. I did find another on a used site that is the same thing and half the price....
  4. Thanks Bill, I did re-check the tag and it is for...

    Thanks Bill, I did re-check the tag and it is for 60hz, so that is good. If you look at the original post, it is also 440V 5.6A 2.4KW. In fact it is for the same machine too!
    I have looked into the...
  5. Thanks Bill, that was what I was given to...

    Thanks Bill, that was what I was given to understand. I overstepped my budget on the lathe itself (sorry honey), and have to get a few items just to tool up to a larger lathe than I had previously. I...
  6. This is a ten year old thread... but I am doing...

    This is a ten year old thread... but I am doing the same thing that CLANG was talking about. Any chance of an update? I am having trouble finding the xfrmr that was mentioned, but will keep trying....
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