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    Another tactic might be to use loose tenons and...

    Another tactic might be to use loose tenons and have the stretchers co-planer with the legs. Kind of make them go away all together.
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    I need to take a couple of Advil just from...

    I need to take a couple of Advil just from looking at that picture.

    yes to the pallet buster
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    I've recorded them and plan on watching over the...

    I've recorded them and plan on watching over the weekend. Anything by Ken Burns is worth watching several times.

    This pic by Neil Leifer is what got me started taking sports photos for the...
  4. Thread: Boxes

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    Mike - I'm in the same boat - no where to put...

    Mike - I'm in the same boat - no where to put anything large, like the furniture I make just cuz I want to make it - new techniques, new wood species, etc. But I was fortunate to find a couple of...
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    Well done Justin - and congrats!

    Well done Justin - and congrats!
  6. Thread: Boxes

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    Your usual, high quality work Mike. Very nice.

    Your usual, high quality work Mike. Very nice.
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    We burn it as well.

    We burn it as well.
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    Well done Christopher - very nice and precise...

    Well done Christopher - very nice and precise work. Looks great.
  9. That's the idea. Worked out pretty well

    That's the idea. Worked out pretty well
  10. Brilliant piece of work, and a beautiful table....

    Brilliant piece of work, and a beautiful table. Very cool.
  11. Here's an idea I did for a dresser I made. Cut a...

    Here's an idea I did for a dresser I made. Cut a blank of walnut, routed the finger groves, glued a thin piece of cherry onto the walnut, and sanded the cherry away. No router table, just angle the...
  12. ditto on the comments about the front apron, the...

    ditto on the comments about the front apron, the rendering looking very real (how did you do that?), and a bit more overhang on the top. Also, the bottom shelf might look better if it were only the...
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    Good luck on the new gig Dennis - I switched jobs...

    Good luck on the new gig Dennis - I switched jobs once for the money only and my first day in the office they brought me a cot and sleeping bag! Lesson learned.

    Finally got to completing the...
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    Very well done Thomas - not only the table but...

    Very well done Thomas - not only the table but the intent as well. Good on ya.
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    Had this same thing happen on a couple of coffee...

    Had this same thing happen on a couple of coffee tables I made and had to refinish them. Hope it does not continue to creep. Since then I've switched to hide glue for all my furniture and am pleased...
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    Another lovely piece Mark. (nice cupboard in the...

    Another lovely piece Mark. (nice cupboard in the back ground as well) So what are you thinking? 6 chairs? A winter project?
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    I made a bench using Ipe. Still going strong. Not...

    I made a bench using Ipe. Still going strong. Not the easiest wood to work with though.
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    Sounds just about right. The only thing I would...

    Sounds just about right. The only thing I would add is the money lost buying "just one more clamp" while at the tool store.
  19. Git er started Tom. A new bench is in my future...

    Git er started Tom. A new bench is in my future after we move.
  20. Pretty ingenious on those leaves Tom. I like your...

    Pretty ingenious on those leaves Tom. I like your solution. I may have one more big table in me and if I do I'll probably steal your solutions. Thx for showing it.
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    Thx for the comments folks - I think I'll stick...

    Thx for the comments folks - I think I'll stick with the hide glue.

    BTW, my heating pot crapped out so I bought this from Amazon:

    I set the temp to 140 and it varied from 138 to 142 over the...
  22. Wonderful table Tom. The design of the base is...

    Wonderful table Tom. The design of the base is great. Can you share how the leaves are installed?
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    Steering wheel repair

    A friend brought over the steering wheel from this for repair:
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    He is very big on retaining the patina, so I was going to use hide glue so I can wipe off the excess with a wet rag, but then...
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    464269 just one for today

    464269

    just one for today
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    Been using the AcuRite for 3 years - they work...

    Been using the AcuRite for 3 years - they work great. Set the alarm limits to what you want and you'll know when it deviates outside the range set. Bought it after we lost an entire freezer chest...
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