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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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    roger wiegand

    New solid body electric guitar

    Thread Starter: roger wiegand

    I hope to make periodic posts through this build, the Day designations will, I expect refer to days of posts rather than day of build, perhaps like some people interpret biblical "days" of creation. Too many other projects happening at the same time! I built a bass with my son most of a decade ago,...

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    Lisa Starr

    Short Stroke Sliding Table Saw or ?

    Thread Starter: Lisa Starr

    I recently sold an asset that will allow me to upgrade my table saw, so I'm trying to decipher the market. My older Grizzly Cabinet saw, with an outfeed table occupies a 5' square space. Additionally, I have 9' on the operator side for ripping 8' stock. I have to open the doors on the outfeed...

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    Sean Moore

    Convert Jointer Guard from European bridge style to American Porkchop Style

    Thread Starter: Sean Moore

    Has anybody ever converted their european style jointer guard to an american style? I recently upgraded to a Robland NX410 Pro and have a 16" jointer with the european bridge guard, and I absolutely hate it compared to the american porkchop guard. I had the same issues with my previous Jet 12"...

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    Steve Eure

    Sawmill Purchase

    Thread Starter: Steve Eure

    I am on the verge of buying myself a small mill. I have narrowed it down to a couple of companies and was wondering if the added cost of mobility is worth it. I don't want this to become a business, but I do want to take advantage of helping pay for the mill with some added milling. I keep...

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    Eric Arnsdorff

    Which tool sharpening system?

    Thread Starter: Eric Arnsdorff

    I'm interested in a tool sharpening system that is efficient and provides repeatable sharp edges. It is for plane iron blades, chisels and wood turning tools. As a bonus it would be great if it were also useful for knife and scissor sharpening but that is secondary. I'm more than willing to...

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