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  1. I use rosewood or walnut. I prefer rosewood as...

    I use rosewood or walnut. I prefer rosewood as shown below.

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    The Joy of Woodworking

    Make sure you have a First Aid kit

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    That #80 looks like an old timer. They are great...

    That #80 looks like an old timer. They are great users when you get them tuned up.
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    ^^^This^^^

    ^^^This^^^
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    Looks like a solution desperately seeking a...

    Looks like a solution desperately seeking a problem to me.
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    I had the same experience. The best gloves I ever...

    I had the same experience. The best gloves I ever had were kangaroo, also for motorcycle touring. They really held up.
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    Yup. #2101 Brace. The best there is as far as I'm...

    Yup. #2101 Brace. The best there is as far as I'm concerned. Good shape too. Too bad the slick has been mushroomed so bad. Perhaps it can be repaired?
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    Thanks for the input Derek. In the grand scheme I...

    Thanks for the input Derek. In the grand scheme I didn't spend much. About the same as for a couple of pints, which my waistline is thankful I didn't partake in. I'm looking forward to using it for a...
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    Horse Butt Strop Material

    I've been doing some experimentation with strops over the last few months. I made a couple using a hard tanned cowhide from a local saddle and tack maker and they've been very effective. They're a...
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    Decimal inch guy here. Taking it with me to the...

    Decimal inch guy here. Taking it with me to the grave.
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    Nice. Did it take riggers to get it inside the...

    Nice. Did it take riggers to get it inside the house?
  12. Thread: Rust Hunting

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    Looks like a nice froe.

    Looks like a nice froe.
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    I have a fairly demanding full time job. Good...

    I have a fairly demanding full time job. Good weather = 1 to 4 hours a week. Winter weather = 6 to 8 hours per week.
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    I love the design. Simple elegance. I too am a...

    I love the design. Simple elegance. I too am a QSWO fan. Regarding the pocket screw joinery....well played sir. You took a potential headache and executed a low risk alternative with flawless...
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    I had a similar transitional some time ago,...

    I had a similar transitional some time ago, although a Jack as opposed to a Jointer. It was a very smooth operator and worked quite well.

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  16. I guess I'd rather they offer a decent set of...

    I guess I'd rather they offer a decent set of thin blade Cranked Neck Paring Chisels instead. Only Narex seems to make those now and they're too short and too thick.
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    I think I have one Jerry. I’ll check and send a...

    I think I have one Jerry. I’ll check and send a PM.
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    i have the LV medium and I think you’ll be...

    i have the LV medium and I think you’ll be pleased.
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    My bride and I enjoyed a game last night at our...

    My bride and I enjoyed a game last night at our local minor league park. Great seats (right behind home plate). I've been to three games in the last week and a half and didn't last through the 6th...
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    Thanks. I'm planning on whipping up a couple more...

    Thanks. I'm planning on whipping up a couple more in different sizes and different materials (and with greater precision). I think they might do OK at a silent charity auction that I've made a couple...
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    Keeping it simple

    My summer schedule doesn’t permit lots of shop time but I like to keep something in the works. I ran across a couple videos on Rustic Japanese Tool Boxes and figured it would be a good project to...
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    These look great. The missus and I keep a basket...

    These look great. The missus and I keep a basket between our TV chairs that serves much the same role. Perhaps I need to up my game? She'd be tickled to death with the Kleenex feature.
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    I had no idea what to expect but I was pleased...

    I had no idea what to expect but I was pleased with the results. I tend to shy away from Red Oak because I don't usually care for the look when stained. This looks very warm and organic.
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    Another fuming success

    Those that know me know I have a fondness for arts and crafts furniture and work almost exclusively in QSWO. I'd seen some examples of rustic Japanese toolboxes and figured I should make one. I had...
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    I just hang up. Always effective. My only...

    I just hang up. Always effective. My only exception is when "Jimmy from Microsoft Tech Support" calls to warn me about problems with my computer. I'll usually work him for a while prior to telling...
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