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  1. would this shop improvement be "worth it"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Dufour View Post
    Will those stairs be covered to keep snow and ice away?
    Trenchless is the search term to use.
    Bill D.
    hmmmm. Very good thought. Last few years hasnít had much cold weather but I agree with your idea of
    covering the stairs being beneficial. Thanks!!
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  2. Witherby no. 110 block plane

    Quote Originally Posted by Zac wingert View Post
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    Here is the box it was in.
    That is a product with the Witherby name and likely nothing to do with the T H Witherby legacy, at least to my knowledge.

    It may be someone who had rights to use the name. It may be the trade mark to the name has become public domain.

    There is also Witherby Publishing, seems to be mostly maritime titles.

    More research would be in order if it is something you have to ...
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  3. Need plans for a teacher's podium

    My son is a high school teacher and wants a podium or lecturn. Floor standing, made of mahogany. Does anyone have a suggestion about where I might find plans for such?
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  4. My Workbench project

    I don't know anything about blogging, so this is going to be a learning experience for me. I have a thread I started in back in November (I think) about my workbench project. I want to recreate some of the entries for that in this blog, plus add some more stuff. In the past I have kept a journal on some of the projects I have built and always find going back and rereading those to be helpful as I learn to be a better woodworker. I kept a journal on the baby cradle I built for my 1st grandson. ...

    Updated 04-01-2008 at 1:25 PM by Larry Browning

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  5. vintage Craftsman table saw upgrade

    Quote Originally Posted by glenn bradley View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Mrsa View Post
    Glenn, I had the wrong number. Correct model number is 113.29901.
    This thread may help. Besides Grandpa's 1950 Emerson I had a 1970's "113." contractor. I added a decent fence, PALs, machined pulleys and a link belt. I also wrapped a 90# bag of Redi-crete in plastic and tossed it in the base for ballast.
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    I could get the blade very well aligned at 90 degrees but, as with nearly all contractor format saws, bevel cuts were a challenge.
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