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    david charlesworth

    There's nothing wrong with A2

    Thread Starter: david charlesworth

    I frequently hear that A2 is difficult to sharpen with a wire edge which hangs on. My sharpening method is very simple. Get a small wire edge at 30 or 33 degrees . An Eclipse honing guide is used, with an 800 grit man made Waterstone. The angle is then raised by about 2-3 degrees Now 4...

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    Bert Kemp

    Camera Question

    Thread Starter: Bert Kemp

    First of all I know nothing about DSLR's but have a love for photography. Always had Digital point and shoots, but their limited in what they can do. Anyway long story short a Friend of mine gave me one of his old cameras a Canon 60D the day he gave it to me he took off on a vacation to return who...

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    steven c newman

    A Project for July?

    Thread Starter: steven c newman

    Well....I did have a stack or two of scraps... And a couple of Pine boards sitting around, doing nothing constructive And a couple handy panels of plywood.... That needed a job. Sorted through the Ash scraps....had 11 pieces, tossed out 2...They needed squared up, so they were all about...

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    george wilson

    Still alive

    Thread Starter: george wilson

    I havenít been posting on any forum for nearly two years. Somehow I just seem to have lost interest. Iím still alive though !

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    David Justice

    Dust Collection - Hanging Pipe

    Thread Starter: David Justice

    I'm installing a new system in a new shop. The shop has 10' ceilings and I am installing the DC pipe first and the lights around it, so I would like to have the DC run as close to the ceiling as possible, if not attached directly to the ceiling. I haven't been able to find very much info on how...

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    William Chain

    Tall Case Oak Clock

    Thread Starter: William Chain

    I've just completed my most complicated project so far - a tall case oak clock based on the plans from Norm Abram and the New Yankee Workshop. From first rough stock into the garage to accurate timepiece in the hall was just about 8 months to the day. The plans I got were very outdated and...

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