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    Ken Fitzgerald

    Shop lighting......

    Thread Starter: Ken Fitzgerald

    Here's an article that answers a lot of shop lighting questions that are so often asked here. http://www.sawmillcreek.org/content.php?146-Lighting-the-Small-Workshop-by-Jack-Lindsey

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    Erich Weidner

    Squaring Up Really Long Boards... Tips?

    Thread Starter: Erich Weidner

    I have a few dozen long boards I need to glue up into large panels. (11' to 16' for each section). They will be about 32" wide. I'm gluing up from 1 x 6 S4S stock. (So nominally 3/4" x 5-1/2"). They of course all have some bow, cup, or twist. I don't care at all about the look of one flat face...

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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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    Bram de Jong

    Moxon vise design "review"?

    Thread Starter: Bram de Jong

    Hi everyone, Since a while I've been slowly working on a "fully parametric" version of a Moxon vise design in Fusion 360. Fully parametric meaning you can change all the sizes of width, height, thread diameter etc etc with the model still working. But I'd like some review of the model itself...

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    Alan Lightstone

    Soundproofing for workshop entry wall

    Thread Starter: Alan Lightstone

    Finally getting a contractor to put the walls up in my workshop. I've been looking at a variety of techniques for soundproofing the walls (it's an interior wall to my garage, the exterior walls are cinderblock and aren't being done now. There will be a double outside rated entry door from the...

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    Malcolm McLeod

    Good Scotch deserves a good home

    Thread Starter: Malcolm McLeod

    All good Scotch deserves a good home! Working on a tight deadline, this bar-back went into place last night for a fund-raiser on Saturday. Curly Cherry and Beech in what turned into a Stickley-meets-modern (I hope) design. Id love to claim it has every dimension set from a Golden ratio,...

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