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Chips and sawdust
For a successful woodturning, the woodturner must chip off the wood so that the surface obtained is as smooth as possible. The tools he chooses shouldn’t just remove sawdust. However, the length of the chips is not related to the quality of the woodturner but to the humidity of the wood. Robert Marichy knows it well ! Wet wood produces long well curling chips while dry wood chips break and disperse, while barely formed, into sawdust.
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