I recently moved to Nashua, NH (from MA) so the person that I have been working with to turn some handles is kind of out of reach now. I found some nice black walnut (and another block of a dark wood) that I'd like used to make some tap handles. Thing is, I don't have a wood lathe of my own, and have no plans to get one.
If there's any HBT members within a reasonable drive of Nashua, with a wood lathe, let me know. Or if anyone knows of a shop that would be willing to do this for me, let me know. I can go over to where my father's tools are (before they make it over here) to cut some sections from the larger pieces to be turned.
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