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    Dave Anderson NH

    Time for some levity

    Thread Starter: Dave Anderson NH

    With all of the negativity and political stuff going on with the Covid-19 virus it is time to look at the humorous side of things. Feel free to add more, but keep it clean or it will be deleted.

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    Bob Riefer

    AWB workbench - a few options

    Thread Starter: Bob Riefer

    I have now read Chris S.'s Anarchist Workbench book (great read!!) and am ready to embark on the build. Overall, I plan to pretty much replicate what he suggests as his rationale throughout made sense to me based on how I've used my maple butcher block topped existing bench. But there are a...

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    Don Stauffer

    Veneer Replacement Technique

    Thread Starter: Don Stauffer

    I'm refinishing an end table and it's not going well. I guess there wasn't enough burled walnut veneer left on the top so I sanded through it in places. Well, I learned, so that's something. The veneer is framed by red oak boards. I'm considering replacing the veneer, maybe using a router to...

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    Jim Riseborough

    Drum Sander

    Thread Starter: Jim Riseborough

    Was thinking about a drum sander. Anyone have pros/cons? I have a 15" planer already too. Was considering the delta drum sander. https://deltamachinery.com/products/sanders/31-481/

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    scott vroom

    Splintering when routing rail/stile grooves on cope & stick doors

    Thread Starter: scott vroom

    I make cope & stick doors on a router table (no power feeder) and often fight splintering when making the rail/stile groove cuts. I've tried changing the spindle speed and how fast I feed the board. Same result. I've been thinking for some time about making a VERY shallow climb cut on the...

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    Scott Winners

    Leg vise experiences?

    Thread Starter: Scott Winners

    I just ordered from Lake Erie and Anchora Yacht Services, have a couple or four weeks to get my act together. My main questions regard the chop. I am seeing a lot of folks using 12/4 stock, but then trimming the top of the chop back to half an inch or so so they can get at the workpiece. ...

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