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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: Dave Anderson NH Yesterday, 2:57 PM Go to last post
    Kris Cook

    New Shop Construction

    Thread Starter: Kris Cook

    I currently have my shop in a two-car garage. While I don't necessarily use both bays of the garage solely for wood working; for me the footprint of one bay is not adequate space to efficiently work. We are down-sizing and have just purchased a 100-year old house north of where we live now. The...

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    Terry Bigelow

    Saw nib?

    Thread Starter: Terry Bigelow

    I know this is probably a dumb question but what is the nib for on a hand saw? I have seen them before and thought is was a manufacturing mistake or something. Now I have bought a few Disstons and noticed people apoligizing for the nib missing on a saw! Is it just a Disston thing? I'm sure there's...

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    Ronald Blue

    Knee Replacement

    Thread Starter: Ronald Blue

    I had a knee replaced yesterday. I know doing exercises at home and all the physical therapy is crucial to getting back to normal. Well I should say hopefully back to a point where walking and steps aren't painful. As I understand it from my limited knowledge they've made great strides in joint...

    Last Post By: Roger Feeley Yesterday, 10:00 AM Go to last post
    Richard Link

    Hard decisions concerning CNC upgrade/downgrade for small shop

    Thread Starter: Richard Link

    Looking for some advice from those in the know concerning my current CNC dilemma. I have a small shop (basically a small two car garage) which is way too overcrowded with machinery. Back when I was setting up the shop and idealistic in 2010, I purchased a 4 x 8 Camaster Stinger II machine with a 1...

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    roger wiegand

    Finding a gas leak

    Thread Starter: roger wiegand

    Somewhere in our laundry/utility room there is a minute gas leak. If you close the door for a couple days the odor is noticeable, with the door open DW can smell it, I can't. This has been the case since the piping was installed. It passed the required pressure test for inspection. I've been...

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