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    Derek Cohen

    Exasperated with Fine Woodworking Magazine!

    Thread Starter: Derek Cohen

    About 10 days ago I received an email to say that my on-line subscription with FWW magazine could not be renewed as the credit card details were incorrect. I checked, and they were up to date. I have been a longstanding on-line member and paying a low fee ($19.95) because of this. To renew, I...

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    steven c newman

    A new Desk for me

    Thread Starter: steven c newman

    "old" one is cramped, small drawers....not enough room for the computer I am using...so. Came up with a rough "Plan".. Picked up about 40bf of Ash....($20.....) Then drew up a better Plan... More as a guide, than anything carved in stone....(already a few design changes have been made..)...

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    lowell holmes

    Tool rust prevention

    Thread Starter: lowell holmes

    In the current issue of This Old House Magazine, a reader ask Tom Silva how he prevents rust on his tools. I live in Galveston County Texas, so I Know a bit about rust. I coat my tools with Johnson's Floor Wax. They do not rust. I thought some new woodworkers might be interested.

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    Joe Beaulieu

    Sharpening Forum?

    Thread Starter: Joe Beaulieu

    Hi All, i am really surprised there is not a separate section of this forum for sharpening. I have as many sharpening questions as I do woodworking questions. I am sure I am not the first to raise this idea. Just a thought. Thanks Joe

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    Dennis Yamamoto

    looking for recommendation - trim router for routing small mortises

    Thread Starter: Dennis Yamamoto

    I need to route mortises for some small brass knife hinges. For routing these small mortises, what trim router would you buy today, and why? For me it seems like good depth adjustment, and having control and visibility for small details would be most important. Here's a couple that I have...

    Last Post By: Derek Cohen Yesterday, 8:02 PM Go to last post
    Jamie Derudder

    First class and planes

    Thread Starter: Jamie Derudder

    Just got done with my first class. And onto the next soon. i took a class where started with white oak thick logs. split them and used froes to rip boards. Riving.we planned the boards down. The goal was a Viking toolchest. Now I’m more of a blacksmith so the next step the metal wasn’t to...

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