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    Thread Starter: dirk martin

    There is a person, that has designed very crazy looking squirrel houses. All kinds of fancy, moving parts, and such. He sells the plans to make these squirrel houses in print form, as pdf, and as dxf. He does not sell kits, nor parts. Plans only. Oh his policy page, he writes the following: ...

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    Karl Card

    Help with low motor power on table saw

    Thread Starter: Karl Card

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    Warren Lake

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    Dean Arthur

    Any options for a small bevel gauge?

    Thread Starter: Dean Arthur

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    Malcolm Schweizer

    Looking for feedback before I buy an Avid CNC

    Thread Starter: Malcolm Schweizer

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    Justin Mullins

    I need some cabinetry tool advice.

    Thread Starter: Justin Mullins

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