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    Keith Outten

    Microfence FreeStuff Drawing 9-20-2019

    Thread Starter: Keith Outten

    FreeStuff Drawing Info: Microfence Original Edge-Guide for the router of your choice with their Microfence Stop Collar set. ($249.95 Retail Value) Rich Wedler Phone 818-683-0330 www.microfence.comOur quarterly newsletter + Sale notifications + Free drawings + Free shipping coupon (Micro...

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    Matt Lau

    Those proud of their workshops, please post pics!

    Thread Starter: Matt Lau

    I'll finally be non-nomadic, and I'd like to finally build up a workshop. Before I get started, I'd love to get ideas. I'd love to see how you do things, and how you do things differently with all the disciplines here: tuners, neanders, power tool users, festoolies, etc. For those of you who...

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    Mark Kay

    HELP choosing wood species for a "newbie" kitchen...

    Thread Starter: Mark Kay

    Hi, first let me say, I haven't worked much with wood in many years (35? since my teens) so consider myself a self- and internet-taught newbie and had to purchase tools like a decent table saw, routers, router table, woodworking workbench, Kreg master kit, compressor, etc. I don't have a garage or...

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    Randy Klein

    First Project Finally Complete

    Thread Starter: Randy Klein

    I finally completed my very first project. A twin bed for my son made out of maple and cherry with poplar mattress support slats. The finish is BLO, blonde shellac, and paste wax. It took just under 6 months to do. A lot of that time was spent on researching what tool or technique was needed...

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    Michael Gantz

    Hanging EMT conduit in new shop.

    Thread Starter: Michael Gantz

    I'm currently in the process of building a 24' x 36' shop with 10' ceilings. The walls are 2" x 6" studs and the cavities are filled with cellulose insulation. The walls are covered in 1/2" drywall. My intention is to minimize wall penetrations to keep air leaks to a minimum. The plan is to...

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    Greg Parrish

    Leigh D4R Pro

    Thread Starter: Greg Parrish

    I just joined the crowd and wanted to get some input going on tips, websites, videos, etc. that might not show up immediately in searches but that others found valuable to get going when they first started using this jig. Anything beyond the Leigh website that is a must read or watch? i donít...

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