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    Walnut, maybe?

    Walnut, maybe?
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    There is nothing to replace the turning fix.

    There is nothing to replace the turning fix.
  3. A couple years ago I was in HD shopping for a...

    A couple years ago I was in HD shopping for a carpet cleaner. A guy walking by, stopped and asked me what I was buying. After I told him, he stated he came into the store, bought one, took it to the...
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    Ken, I have turning friends in Ireland but...

    Ken,

    I have turning friends in Ireland but none in Northern Ireland. You might find the Titanic Museum in Belfast interesting. You can actually see a couple of the original cranes used to...
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    Looks great Prashun! I enjoy using my skew in a...

    Looks great Prashun! I enjoy using my skew in a lot of my turning! After a lot of practice, it has become my "go to" tool for most of my spindle turning with occasional spindle gouge use!
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    Mick, I truly like your idea and plan on copying...

    Mick, I truly like your idea and plan on copying it!

    Thanks everyone for the ideas!
  7. I don't have or use one. Like others, the flutter...

    I don't have or use one. Like others, the flutter method has worked well for me.
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    Dado in a concave drawer front

    I am building an end table that has a convex drawer front and a resultant concave interior edge. I am looking for a safe way to put a dado in the concave inner surface to attach the drawer bottom.
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    2 years ago my primary care physician retired and...

    2 years ago my primary care physician retired and I chose a new one. During my first visit I had to ask "Doc....how old are you?" When he answered, I told him I had two granddaughters older than him....
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    Classy modern look well executed. Well done Paul!

    Classy modern look well executed. Well done Paul!
  11. As Chris stated, any table saw that doesn't have...

    As Chris stated, any table saw that doesn't have a worn arbor and with a good blade would work. For the sled, I'd got to youtube and view William Ng's table saw sled video. I made one and its...
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    Where I live, our average annual moisture is 13"....

    Where I live, our average annual moisture is 13". 3 inches less, we'd be a desert. I wouldn't consider keeping a bandsaw outside here or in Ohio. I worked for a period of time in Ohio. I spent part...
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    That's very generous of you Bill!

    That's very generous of you Bill!
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    Great bargain! I am not jealous..... :rolleyes:

    Great bargain! I am not jealous..... :rolleyes:
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    Michael, the last 8 months of my 8 years in the...

    Michael, the last 8 months of my 8 years in the Navy, I was stationed on a sub-tender, the USS Orion, AS-18. I lived aboard as I left my family in Illinois so the 3 kids wouldn't have to change...
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    Too often we, as a society IMO, put too much...

    Too often we, as a society IMO, put too much pressure on our children to got to college when IMO not everyone is capable or has the drive to get a college degree. As pointed out some college degrees...
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    No! When I made my outfeed table, I researched...

    No!

    When I made my outfeed table, I researched this so I could put a miter slot into the it. From the current table saw I have, Ridgid TS-3650 and any of the SawStops at the time, they appeared to...
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    Very well done Jim!

    Very well done Jim!
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    Rich, go to Amazon and do a search using...

    Rich, go to Amazon and do a search using "microphone stand adapters" for the search words. I'm sure some of the things there could be adapted with spacers or standoffs.

    BTW, a machinist at a...
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    Well done Sir! A lot of skill in making that...

    Well done Sir! A lot of skill in making that truck with appropriate results!
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    They really are bad! I seen them several times. I...

    They really are bad! I seen them several times. I have family that lives not far from there in NE Wyoming. Have you been to Wall Drugs yet?;):eek:
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    Rich, if you can determine the thread size on a...

    Rich, if you can determine the thread size on a microphone stand, try buying a partially threaded female standoff with the right thread and drilling the threads out of one end to fit the shaft of the...
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    :eek:;):rolleyes: A lover scorned enough to be...

    :eek:;):rolleyes:

    A lover scorned enough to be sold?
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    A drill press and chisels for the mortises. A...

    A drill press and chisels for the mortises. A table saw for the tenons. If one was careful, I believe one could use a hand held drill and chisels for the mortises.
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    Well done John! I do like the new colors!

    Well done John! I do like the new colors!
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