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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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    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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    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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    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.

    Last Post By: lowell holmes Yesterday, 2:44 PM Go to last post
    Ole Anderson

    Craftsman at Lowe's and Ace

    Thread Starter: Ole Anderson

    Anybody else get the tinglies now when walking into Lowe's and seeing row on top of row of red Craftsman tools, chests and equipment? Not that I am such a fan of their stuff, just that it brings back good memories of trolling through the Sears tool department years ago. Even my local Ace carries...

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    Russell Neyman

    I just don't get negative rake scrapers.

    Thread Starter: Russell Neyman

    It seems like everyone is climbing onto the negative rake scraper bandwagon but, frankly, I just don't get it. I use scrapers all the time and get really good results with nary a catch. Perhaps that's because I grind mine at 85 degrees. I mean, by adding a "negative rake" to your scraping edge...

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    roger wiegand

    Conover lathe, anchoring toolrest

    As I turn bigger and more out of balance things I'm having a near constant problem now with the holddown for the toolrest banjo loosening and moving.

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    Dan Hahr

    Storing Waterlox Finish

    A much cheaper in handy or fix is to just use a plastic water bottle. Make sure it is dried out fill it as much as possible and squeeze the air out. Iíve

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    Tony Pisano

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    Scott Cardais

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    Thanks, Phil.

    Seems like a simple and effective idea. Paste wax and / or toilet bowl wax has a lot of uses in the shop.

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    Phil Mueller

    Storing Waterlox Finish

    I believe I saw somewhere that the Stop Loss folks recommend putting a little wax on the threads of the spout to keep it from sticking.

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