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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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    Tom Bender

    Electric Car Challenges

    Thread Starter: Tom Bender

    Here's my concern If I don't own a parking spot because I live in an apartment I can't charge my car while I'm home. Can I use a public charger? Well my car needs a couple hours charge every day or two. I'm not going to sit there and wait. I'm going to work or sleep or otherwise get on with...

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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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    Erich Weidner

    Going Neander' Well, probably mostly... or at least a lot more...

    Thread Starter: Erich Weidner

    So, as I mentioned in a few other threads. I really want to get rid of as many floor space hogs as I can. 2-4 "panel" saws hanging on the wall, or in a wall mounted tool cabinet take up zero floor space. I've been forcing myself to do everything by hand on the three projects I've recently...

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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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    Ken Fitzgerald

    A trim router....

    Thread Starter: Ken Fitzgerald

    I have had 3 or 4 full sized routers since I began woodworking but I had never had a compact trim router. I am working on a project that has to be done by Wednesday night and it has a small narrow piece that needed routing. I was uncomfortable doing it freehand with my 2 1/2 HP P/C 8529 or doing it...

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