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    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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    ken hatch


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    I asked this question on another thread. What's with the multiple bevels, over the last couple or three weeks I keep seeing mention of primary, secondary, and even tertiary bevels. Most of the time Rob Cosman is also given credit as in "sharpened as Rob Cosman does". Why? Is it a honing guide...

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    John Pariseau

    Load Center for "new" shop

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    I completed (passed final inspection) last October (2019), and I'm getting ready to start electrifying my shop. I had decided early on pulling a building permit that included electric, was too much for me to do in one pass - I'm very glad I made that decision. I've done some research here and on a...

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    Todd Sebek

    Help buying my first bandsaw(s)

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    Hey everyone, I am new to this forum but have researched through it for a while. What a great resource. I need y’all’s advice. I am an amateur/beginner woodworker but truly value quality tools. My understanding wife has allowed me to try to purchase “forever” tools this year. Again, I’m an...

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    Frederick Skelly

    Do YOU use handscrew clamps?

    Thread Starter: Frederick Skelly

    There's another thread where a guy in europe is buying a bunch of clamps and asked for advice. There's some back and forth about wooden handscrew clamps. (Like these) One man says everybody has some but most people don't use them often. Another man says he uses them for a lot of things. I didnt...

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    Malcolm Schweizer

    I need a good chicken trap.

    Thread Starter: Malcolm Schweizer

    Our outdoor shop is infested with chickens. I am about to get the crossbow out, but am going to try to be humane first. They are pooping on all my projects at night. You country boys (and girls) share your best live chicken trap.

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