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Need someone to stabilize some wood

Discussion in 'Wood-Related Services Forum' started by Jason, Apr 2, 2013.

  1. Jason

    Jason Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Hey guys,

    I am looking for someone to stabilize some english walnut blanks i got. Anyone do this, how much will it cost?

    They are turkey blanks, since i make turkey calls.

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    Jason Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    This wood is bone dry and very light.

    Jason
     
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    Jason Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    how much will it cost. I have 9 blanks

    i could send a couple and you could see what you think from there?

    Jason
     
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    Thanks, i will try and get them in the mail tomorrow.

    And you still haven't told me what it will cost me my friend.

    Jason
     
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    Sounds good my friend. i will get a couple in the mail and lets see if they will even stabilize.

    jason
     
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    Hey Jon, i know you are super busy with all that happened to your son and him coming home soon. You should be getting the 2 i sent this week anytime soon. My question is this. I just got 2 beautiful spalted pieces from OregonBurl and i thought i could turn them without stabilizing but not gonna happen. I have already drilled holes. Can these be stabilized and if so, do you have the time to do so.

    http://i1129.Rule #2/albums/m512/tremperje/2013-04-05_20-04-10_554_zpse6fe7b45.jpg

    Jason
     
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    You are a scholar and a gentleman, i appreciate the service. I will try and get them out as soon as i can. I cannot wait to turn these into turkey calls.

    Jason
     
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    Banks sent today, thank you again sir. You should be recieving the other 2 english walnut ones anytime. not sure they will work or not.

    Jason
     
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    I had a bunch of that english walnjut stabalized last year and it stabalized very well. Just gets a little darker and the grain don't pop as much then.
    Still very pretty stuff.
     
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    how did they turn out?
     
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