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Clamp the freshly-turned 1" section in the chuck,
and profile the knob itself however you might desire.
I turned the body down to 1", leaving a 1/8" wide step/flange about
1/8" tall (it's all by eye) and swinging the compound over to about 10 degrees,
I gave the top a bit of a decorative bevel. No real precision necessary,
just leave it large enough for easy use.
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