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    Dave Anderson NH

    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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    Dave Fritz

    grab hook or slip hook

    Thread Starter: Dave Fritz

    I'm looking at getting a pair of bucket hooks: https://www.bxpanded.com/BX-bucket-hooks I like the fact they can be removed when not needed. I will use it mostly for lifting logs and pulling them out of the woods as well as sometimes lifting heavy items. Most of the time I'll use a chain which...

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    Leigh Betsch

    Paint booth fan?

    Thread Starter: Leigh Betsch

    I am converting my downdraft sanding table to a duel purpose downdraft/paint booth. Basically I have a 3'x5' downdraft bench on wheels with an old furnace blower to draw the sanding dust thru the table and out thru furnace filters. With my sander hooked to my Festool dust extractor, it does a...

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    Thomas McCurnin

    Help Me Pick a Plow Plane or Is It a Plough Plane

    Thread Starter: Thomas McCurnin

    Typical use will be on 3/4 to 7/8" stock planing on edge for a a 1/4" groove about 3/8" deep for frame and panel construction. I'll also be using it for grooving a post, usually about 1.5" x 1.5" is typical, again to accept a panel for frame and panel construction. It needs to go both directions,...

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    steven c newman

    Build a Shaker Style Table Project

    Thread Starter: steven c newman

    Had those planks of Ash....four at 7/8" x 5-1/2" x 77" and one at 7/8" x 5-1/2" x 48"......and figured I could try to build a Shaker Style Table, complete with a drawer....I remember way back when, during the New Yankee Workshop days, that Norm built such a table. Have to go strictly by memory,...

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    Kris Cook

    Restoring a de Havilland Mosquito

    Thread Starter: Kris Cook

    There is a pretty neat article in the Jan/Feb issue of Popular Mechanics about restoring a Mosquito. For those unfamiliar with this airplane it was constructed almost entirely from wood. Fuselage was a 5/8" thick sandwich of plywood and balsa!! That, combined with two RR Merlins made it a...

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