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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.

    Last Post By: Jim Allen Yesterday, 6:21 PM Go to last post
    Anuj Prateek

    Finally we got permit for construction

    Thread Starter: Anuj Prateek

    In our home there is no space for workshop. Not even a car garage (there's a carport). Right after buying we started on extension work. We are converting the two carports into garage, extending the family room and right under the family room extension there will be workshop. It's going to be...

    Last Post By: Alan Lightstone Today, 9:46 AM Go to last post
    Axel de Pugey

    A simple toolbox and a Drill Brace test

    Thread Starter: Axel de Pugey

    Dear Creekers, Few years ago, wandering on the woodworking interwebs, I bumped into a new to me yet brilliant idea: using an axe for a toolbox handle. This idea was so simple it left me mesmerized. Last year I was fed up moving all the gear for my chainsaw in an old card board box and I...

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    Ollie McDottie

    whatís wrong with Domino joinery

    Thread Starter: Ollie McDottie

    Hello Everybody. I apologize if this is a repeated thread or query, I did do a search to see if itís been addressed elsewhere and didnít find apt answers. Iím a big fan of my domino. I use it as much as I can and it has never failed me. Joining boards for table tops, rails, stiles, aprons,...

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    Rick Potter

    I forgot how much I hate my biscuit joiner.

    Thread Starter: Rick Potter

    Used my PC biscuit joiner last night to align the already made face frame with the carcass of a kitchenette cabinet. It made me re-evaluate my relationship with Norm, who sold me on them. It was ok when doing the inside panels, laying face down on the bench with the joiner solidly on it's base,...

    Last Post By: Rick Potter Today, 12:21 PM Go to last post
    derek labian

    16" J/P Combo or 20"

    Thread Starter: derek labian

    Hello, I was planning to buy a 16" J/P combo to replace my 8" Jointer and 20" planer. The price difference between the 16" and the 20" combo is about $3500, and a long lead time. I don't think its a problem today, however I don't want to find myself needing more space in the future and regretting...

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