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    Recently, my glasses frame sheared off at the ear piece when I was traveling. I fixed it using CA... Go to last post

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    John Terefenko

    Electric Cars

    Thread Starter: John Terefenko

    For those that own electric cars a few questions?? Do you like your choice as opposed to having a gas operated one? Would you do it again? Did you have to make changes to your insurance plans, both vehicle and home? If so what? Being there is a higher risk with battery fires from charging and now...

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    Mark Rainey

    Handplane courage

    Thread Starter: Mark Rainey

    OK, Neanders, I admit, I used sand paper. I am making a dining room table and handplaned the top. Leveled with the jack, smoothed with a Clifton #3 Blade so gently sharpened to reduce edges...gossamer shavings, looking great. Used a scraper. I put a raking light on the top and I saw plane...

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    Dan Gaylin

    Sharpening: what am I doing wrong

    Thread Starter: Dan Gaylin

    Hi all, I have become really discouraged with my latest attempts at sharpening, and would appreciate your advice. I have a full set of diasharp diamond sharpening plates (extra-extra coarse to extra fine) and then float glass with 3M PSA lapping films from 5 microns to .3 microns. I use the...

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    roger wiegand

    Bandsaw tensioning redux

    Thread Starter: roger wiegand

    I've plowed my way through more than I ever wanted to know on the topic.. (eg https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?50949-Carter-Iturra-Lenox-Starrett-Comparison/page7) as well as later threads. On my little bandsaw I can twang on the blade and guess that the tension will be about right for...

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    Derek Arita

    Table Top Veneer Help

    Thread Starter: Derek Arita

    So I made an MDF work table top that I'd like to cover with a black, water resistant veneer of some sort. Also, its a work table, so I don't want to spend much $ on it. I know nothing about veneers or what's available, so I really need some help. My first thought was some kind of formica, but...

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    Mike Goetzke

    House Windows

    Thread Starter: Mike Goetzke

    I need to replace three upstairs windows that have RO of 71" wide x 39-1/2" high. My current windows are two pane sliding windows and both panels can slide. Looking at replacements (Andersen at HD): 1) I can find sliding windows for just under $600 each but seems only one panel slides. 2)...

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    Charlie Velasquez

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    yeah, the code says the kitchen must have at least two 20 amp Small Appliance Branch Circuits. These circuits can not feed anything else except the kitchen.

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    Matt Day

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    Rick Potter

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    Jim Koepke

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