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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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    Phil Mueller

    Made in China sentiment

    Thread Starter: Phil Mueller

    As a retail small business owner, selling a number of high quality made in China products, Im curious of any changes in consumer sentiment. Given the current pandemic, will made in China products be more of a deal breaker, or the same? Obviously, if you avoided made in China in the past, you...

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    Kenny Southerland

    Table Saw Not cutting 90* (HELP!)

    Thread Starter: Kenny Southerland

    I am having a problem with my table saw that is about to make me lose my mind (up in here, up in here). I am about to finish my first year of woodworking. I have a 90s model craftsman table saw that I have had for about 9 months. It is the 315.228390, essentially the same thing as...

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    Aaron Rosenthal

    Will you go back to your place of employment?

    Thread Starter: Aaron Rosenthal

    Im semi retired, so aside from a few friends who regularly call on me for repairs, and my charitable work, an office or steady away from home workspace is not a concern. Many of you out there are working from home or are otherwise stuck there. It reminds me of the old I married you for better...

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    Dan Gaylin

    Forstner bit problems

    Thread Starter: Dan Gaylin

    So I was doing the rare bit of spindle work (I mostly do bowls) and I was trying to get a 1 3/4” diameter recess for a candle in a cherry candlestick I had turned. I put my 2 MT drill chuck in the tail stock and put a 1 3/4” forstner bit into the chuck. Set my lathe to its lowest speed. Brought...

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    Derek Cohen

    Marking knives for joinery

    Thread Starter: Derek Cohen

    These are some the knives I have collected over the years and use for laying out joinery. Obviously not all at the same time :) Three popular knives - these ones get a lot of use. From the top down ... Swann-Morton fixed blade, Stanley swivel blade, and a Swann-Morton craft knife which was my...

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