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  1. The Nicholson 4 in 1 hand file I got as a...

    The Nicholson 4 in 1 hand file I got as a Christmas gift in 1973 is still on active duty. I love that thing.

    Of tools I have purchased I really like my Aluminum speed square. I am still learning...
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    Sliding deadman pics?

    I just can't see the point of drilling all those holes in one. This is most likely because I am a moron who lacks insight.

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    Above is a picture of a 60 inch exterior window frame I am...
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    Still watching. I hope that is ten characters,...

    Still watching. I hope that is ten characters, because I have nothing else to say.
  4. Is anyone else thinking small timber framed...

    Is anyone else thinking small timber framed garden shed or timber framed dog house?

    This thread does strike a chord with me. I got into "joinery" to make a better boat next time than the last...
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    An eighth? 0.125" out of flat just behind the...

    An eighth? 0.125" out of flat just behind the mouth?
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    OK, what are you trying to do with the 6s6...

    OK, what are you trying to do with the 6s6 boards? 0.002" to 0.005" over two feet of face grain is better than my local professional custom millwork offers.

    #1 fix your miter saw. That will...
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    I toured the USS Texas I think in 2001. Super...

    I toured the USS Texas I think in 2001. Super rainy day. I was scuba diving a LOT at the time, the triple expansion steam engine on the USS Texas is (was) very very intact, almost ready to work,...
  8. I am not crazy about the idea of laminating...

    I am not crazy about the idea of laminating dissimilar woods. From a stability standpoint I like the "build a base for this thing as an assembly table" to get more experience, and then deal with a...
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    I would vote for shared experience with the five...

    I would vote for shared experience with the five year old either way. With 20/20 hindsight I can say build all the credibility you can before the hormones hit.
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    I bet mahogany or teak would last about forever...

    I bet mahogany or teak would last about forever if the budget would spring for it.
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    I agree a #3, #4 or $#4 1/2 would be a good...

    I agree a #3, #4 or $#4 1/2 would be a good compliment with block, # 5 and scrapers.

    I do like having a mix of O1 and A2 steel in my planes. I do think A2 lasts longer at high bevel angles, say...
  12. The only bubbles I see are in image of 7 of 7. ...

    The only bubbles I see are in image of 7 of 7.

    If I were to try that with West system epoxy, the only ones I have used, I would likely first heat the wood surface with a heat gun, apply goop...
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    Nice! at least ten characters

    Nice! at least ten characters
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    What works for me, that I read about and didn't...

    What works for me, that I read about and didn't think up myself, is to grind a bit of a bevel on the face of the chip breaker where it meets the iron.

    Usually I set the face I am trying to grind...
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    Y'all just keep him talking. I will be down that...

    Y'all just keep him talking. I will be down that way in July and this special deal will no longer be available.
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    I am going to have to put this to rest for the...

    I am going to have to put this to rest for the season, unfortunately with an oopise.

    The good news is the last of the snow is melted and i saw my first honey bee of the season today, so I can...
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    I see you are still using the chain system from...

    I see you are still using the chain system from the boat yard, saves me asking if you are still happy with it later. That's been a few years now for you said the search button user.

    I just built...
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    Dang it. Sorry to miss out on this one.

    Dang it. Sorry to miss out on this one.
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    Is the plywood birch veneer?

    Is the plywood birch veneer?
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    I would suggest/ want unfinished bare wood in the...

    I would suggest/ want unfinished bare wood in the inside. My woodstove has one of those platinum catalytic combustors in it. I will not be going backwards, the new stove is dramatically more...
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    Cherry scraps. And a brine. And bacon grease. ...

    Cherry scraps. And a brine. And bacon grease.

    15# turkey, 5 gallon bucket (clean enough to lick), 2 gallons of water at room temp, 2 quarts of boiling water.

    Per gallon of water turkey brine...
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    Didn't mean for this to take a week. As part of...

    Didn't mean for this to take a week. As part of my review I re-read the Christopher Schwarz work bench book, and paged through the blog entries at lost art press. Mine is the second book, 'Art and...
  23. I built the till first so when I got around to...

    I built the till first so when I got around to sharpening them they would have a safe place to be sharp and safe. :smiley:

    I use a 2x2 about 40 inches long with a 32 inch kerf in it. I did put a...
  24. This came out good enough to check the box and...

    This came out good enough to check the box and move on to the next thing on the list. If the appearance changes much after the beeswax dries and it gets rebuffed I'll maybe take one more picture.
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    I too have a Kalamazoo. I got the 1x42, model...

    I too have a Kalamazoo. I got the 1x42, model 1SM I think. I read a ton of reviews, and then put off the purchase because I didn't want to spend that much. Then I needed a belt sander, again, and...
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