Harbor Freight Wood Turning Tools Surprise-NOT Pittsburgh or Windsor

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With the steel grain structure they profess... awesome. Snobbery not intended, just impression. http://www.oneway.on.ca/tools/index.htm But if I were beginning turning and at my financial level I would go to HF, even for the lathe.
Alex
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Oddly, it's grain size in the castings which gave us fits with Grizzly stuff at school. Castings were apparently quick-cooled versus properly annealed, and they broke in _huge_ crystals.
Maybe that's one of the shortcuts that makes apparent clones different?

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Anyone notice that running into a neighbor or fellow woodworker at Harbor Freight is probably like running into them at an adult theater or bookstore?
"Well.......I don't come here very much. Just curious." (sheepish)
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We're so far in the boondocks we don't have either.
I just whip the Lee Valley catalog under the covers when SWMBO enters the bedroom...

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