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  1. That's what I was thinking as soon as I read the...

    That's what I was thinking as soon as I read the original post.
  2. Great video and mitering techniques!

    Great video and mitering techniques!
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    I had thought maybe id run them as a solid...

    I had thought maybe id run them as a solid border. I have friends with cannibis plants and the rabbits leave them alone. then one friend one rabbit climbed to an unusual level and stripped a plant...
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    I can appreciate people loving horses, they are...

    I can appreciate people loving horses, they are beautiful amazing animals and there connections to human civilization cannot be denied. With that said I am afraid of them in close proximity and I...
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    When I have that problem with flush drawers I cut...

    When I have that problem with flush drawers I cut the square end square. Then cut so the spacing is correct on the larger gap. Then use a block plane to sneak up on the part with the smaller gap.
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    Slept? All I need to do is blink! :eek:

    Slept? All I need to do is blink! :eek:
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    Depending on the number of drawers, hardwood is...

    Depending on the number of drawers, hardwood is nicer IMO. Soft maple is nice and bright. Cherry is pretty cheap these days. Not a fan of plywood drawers, but that's one mans preference.
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    Love it! My 2 trips to Canada were very...

    Love it! My 2 trips to Canada were very enjoyable. Real nice people!
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    Most of my experience is in Wood Working and not...

    Most of my experience is in Wood Working and not finish carpentry also. Others with more carpentry experience will hopefully will chime in.

    One thing I learned doing my cottage renovation is...
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    Growing old ainít for sissies!

    Growing old ainít for sissies!
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    I'm gonna soak up the sun I'm gonna tell...

    I'm gonna soak up the sun
    I'm gonna tell everyone to lighten up
    I'm gonna tell 'em that I've got no one to blame
    For every time I feel lame, I'm lookin' up
    I'm gonna soak up the sun
    I'm gonna...
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    I did a bunch of this on the cottage renovation. ...

    I did a bunch of this on the cottage renovation. The way I did the tapered cuts was use a table saw and block plane.

    Cut the strip to the width of the widest dimension. Then measure the opening...
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    What's not to love about that story!:)

    What's not to love about that story!:)
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    Never had an issue in attached garage at home or...

    Never had an issue in attached garage at home or outdoor shed at the cottage.
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    I agree with the "Not go crazy" spending on...

    I agree with the "Not go crazy" spending on equipment to build one set of cabinets. If you do want to buy some higher end stuff I would consider machines that would come in handy for the rest of...
  16. [QUOTE=dirk martin;3319705]There is a person,...

    [QUOTE=dirk martin;3319705]There is a person, that has designed very crazy looking squirrel houses. All kinds of fancy, moving parts, and such.
    He sells the plans to make these squirrel houses in...
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    I feel like a description of the type of cabinets...

    I feel like a description of the type of cabinets you are building would help here. Painted no frill shaker/flat panel door cabinets is one thing. Raised panel cope and sticker solid panel...
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    Sorry if others donít see it this way, but I have...

    Sorry if others donít see it this way, but I have stopped reading the reviews. Too many seem to just be promoting products. I have seen too many instances of someone pointing out a problem with...
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    Good discussion here. Thanks. I have a copy of...

    Good discussion here. Thanks. I have a copy of Glen Hueyís book Illustrated Guide to Making Period Furniture. ( 2006).That is one of the best books on furniture making I have read. Plus his utube...
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    While Big Box stores have their downside,...

    While Big Box stores have their downside, allowing returns is one of their strong points.
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    Retirement and bourbons on the...

    Retirement and bourbons on the deck.............................2 of my favorite things!
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    Thanks Ed and Jim! Ed, the decision to use a...

    Thanks Ed and Jim! Ed, the decision to use a miter joint is not really a choice here as the ogee front feet on furniture needs to be mitered to look ok. The question is about splining it. Is the...
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    Ogee feet no spline?

    I was watching a video discussion with Glen Huey and another furniture maker. They both agreed that ogee feet miters could be rubbed, not clamped, and no spline. I have always used spline so I was...
  24. I have never, in the long run, regretted going...

    I have never, in the long run, regretted going the extra mile. On the other hand I have several times regretted not going the extra mile. Nuff said!
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    I have built 3 24" x 60" workbenches. All have...

    I have built 3 24" x 60" workbenches. All have hardwood tops. 4" square legs of either glued up plywood or hardwood. 2 were gift that are in m kids garages not really being used. My personal one...
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