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    steven c newman

    An idea for the next Project..

    Despite it being a Monday...still managed somehow to put in 90 minutes of shop time, today...
    Had Tenons to mill...so...

    1/4"

    steven c newman Today, 6:26 PM Go to last post
    Richard Verwoest

    PMV-11 Chisel Performance

    I had this issue with a chisel also. I was chopping dovetail waste in Alder, and the edge would chip. This got better as I sharpened it over the course

    Richard Verwoest Today, 6:26 PM Go to last post
    steven c newman

    Oilstones sharpening

    Appearances can be deceiving...I'm just here for the Pop Corn...Buttered, no salt...

    Been a wee bit busy, of late...Stanley No. 6c...

    steven c newman Today, 6:14 PM Go to last post
    Warren Lake

    How is this door built?

    its does make a difference been 1000 years, helps with twisting. you have also weakened end of the door, as ive said ive seen deep dadoes cause the

    Warren Lake Today, 6:04 PM Go to last post
    Dan Friedrichs

    How is this door built?

    Hmm, good point. I was thinking the top and bottom rails would have beefier tenons, but that probably isn't necessary, either...

    Dan Friedrichs Today, 6:01 PM Go to last post