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    Consider also joining http://Woodbarter.com and...

    Consider also joining http://Woodbarter.com and then asking for the woods that youíre wanting to buy or trade. There are several members in the Texas area so one might be close.
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    I think youíll be better off using blades having...

    I think youíll be better off using blades having a little more than 3TPI unless cutting really thick stock with a decent size motor. Also, a zero clearance plate thatís flat with the table top can...
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    Thatís a tough call. Do you have room for two...

    Thatís a tough call. Do you have room for two bandsaws? If so then find cheaper guides than Carterís to put on the 14Ē bandsaw.
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    Congrats. Just donít forget it goes both ways so...

    Congrats. Just donít forget it goes both ways so I hope your wife got something too. Remember Happy wife - Happy life.
  5. Thanks very much for working this out with my...

    Thanks very much for working this out with my son, and I Hope you new Felder unit works out. Fwiw, he was very impressed seeing your woodworking projects.
  6. My son drove down to Houston on a business...

    My son drove down to Houston on a business tripthis week. Iíll PM you if he has enough room in his car for this collector.
  7. Nice modeling work. Did you need much in the way...

    Nice modeling work. Did you need much in the way of supports when printing the parts?

    Do you put any of your designs on sites like Thingyverse for people to print or modify? FWIW, I think your...
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    I wash my Delta bag about once or twice a year....

    I wash my Delta bag about once or twice a year. In between washings, I turn it inside out and then knock them against pole outside (with the wind blowing behind me) anytime they start building up too...
  9. What is your honing process for NRS's?

    What is your honing process for NRS's?
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    What size motor runs this saw?

    What size motor runs this saw?
  11. Devin, Wish you were closer to TN because I'd...

    Devin,

    Wish you were closer to TN because I'd sell an three old iron woodworking tools for that price. I've got an Oliver 12" Jointer, Oliver 20" Planer, 12/14" Unisaw (very large cabinet saw),...
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    Besides using up less of the grinding stone...

    Besides using up less of the grinding stone width, did the tech say what else was wrong with the VG2? Like I've said before, I can use my VG2 in my pocket arm like a VG1, but I simply prefer the VG2...
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    Many thrift stores throw away used candles...

    Many thrift stores throw away used candles because these don't sell very good and take up shelf space. Ask a few stores to save used candles for a small donation. While you're there picking up the...
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    Wondering what you show people regarding VG2?...

    Wondering what you show people regarding VG2? Also, do you think the geometry on the VG2 won't let it work in the pocket holder like the VG1? Just trying to understand what I am missing by not adding...
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    Dwight, What camera are you using? -Karl

    Dwight,

    What camera are you using?

    -Karl
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    The pocket arm is a good Wolverine accessory for...

    The pocket arm is a good Wolverine accessory for grinding tools that don't have wings. Maybe a fiber, copper washer might help hold the arm in place without digging into the metal.
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    I'm guessing Magnolia at least until better end...

    I'm guessing Magnolia at least until better end grain shots get posted.
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    What exactly are you showing people to convince...

    What exactly are you showing people to convince them not to buy the Varigrind-2? You have both so I'm curious to know what I'm missing by not having the VG1.

    Btw, have you tried using VG2 jig in...
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    Bob, I don't seem to be having the issues...

    Bob,

    I don't seem to be having the issues you're having, but then again I mostly leave it set in one place so I have no problem getting a repeatable grind using the Varigrind-2. Maybe some blue...
  20. John, Bill Pentz has some info on Gore Point, but...

    John, Bill Pentz has some info on Gore Point, but this still leaves me confused how the wedge works.

    Search for Gore Point here-> http://www.billpentz.com/woodworking/cyclone/equipment.cfm
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    I wonder if there's a difference in protection...

    I wonder if there's a difference in protection with the 3 different types of FLU vaccines available this season?



    IIV- Inactivated Influenza Vaccine administered as a shot
    RIV - Recombinant...
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    Rays from the Sun can help eliminate odors and...

    Rays from the Sun can help eliminate odors and harden finishes (unless the wood's color is adversely affected by UV rays and/or oxidization). Similar to Thomas's drying box suggestion, but using free...
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    Got any pics of the branches and/or leaves from...

    Got any pics of the branches and/or leaves from this tree?
  24. I could barely handle the obnoxious fumes from...

    I could barely handle the obnoxious fumes from most CA glues until I tried some non-fuming varieties from PARFIX sold by woodturner/demonstrator Mark Sillay. I've now become a big fan of the PARFIX...
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    I suspect a food dehydrator would dry the outside...

    I suspect a food dehydrator would dry the outside of your wood too quickly. A large moisture differential between the outside and inside of a piece will often cause cracking. This is the reason why...
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