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Turned Wood Artistry by Richard E Erickson

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Where and from whom I purchase tools and supplies. Click on these sites for web shopping or just to look.

Like your fingers? Want to keep them safe? I didn't but I do now. Check out MicroJig GRRR-Ripper System. I will not turn my table saws on without first setting up the Micro Jigs for a safe cut.
Micro Jig, Inc.

Hitachi Sliding Compound Miter Saw - There is only one saw that fits my needs. I wore out a 8 1/2" Craftsman and went to a Hitachi 8 1/2". It lasted  6 years. Replaced it with their new model FSE at 31 pounds. Love it.  I can't tell you where I got it yet, but I saved a bundle.

Pedestals - needed to present your pieces in a professional manner. The better they appear the better they sell. Then there's the storage problem. This company solves all your problems at a price that will amaze you. I use them and so should you. Check out the 5 Pedestal Mini Pack as well as color availability.

Take a look at these Pedestals and see if you agree with me. Costs you nothing to look.

Cook Woods where you can spend hours looking at pictures of wood you can buy

PAUA SHELL. As you can see, I use alot of Paua Shell from New zealand. Here is a GREAT SOURCE. Product, service and prices are outstanding.

Klingspors Woodworking Shop. Everything in one place. A friendly place to shop and buy with plenty of helpful information.

Pennstate Industries for the little things you often need.

Cue Components in Florida. A great source for exotic woods at super prices.

Craft Supplies USA this is where I usually start a search for supplies.

Treeline - a wood carvers candy store

I have found Ebay to be a great source for exotic woods. I then
 attempt to establish an account with the seller to buy direct. Any questions? Email me at