Use a ring holder to hold your pieces snugly and always always polish
with the down side of the wheel.. This means that if you looked at the
wheel from the side as if it was a clock you would do all of your
polishing from the 3:00 to the 6:00 position. This way the worst thing it
can do is push your hand down instead of trying to rip the piece out of
your grip and across the room.
Candyce05@aol.com 12/05/96 08:13am >>>
They (whoevever THEY are) say there are no stupid questions. So be
kind and bear this in mind when you read mine!
I purchased a bench grinder for polishing about a month ago. It works
great, but I spend more time on the floor looking for my pieces than I do
Please, O Friends of Orchid, tell me what I am doing wrong and give me
tips or techniques to prevent this. Pieces flung against the wall after
they have spun out of my fingers certainly have that "flawed" look
everyone has been discussing in another thread!