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    Thanks for the suggestions, gents. I cut the...

    Thanks for the suggestions, gents. I cut the tenons in 2 ways for this chair project. The square tenons I cut with my new Bad Axe hybrid saw - what a wonderful tool - and then used a chisel to work...
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    Question on fitting tenon shoulders

    Curious if anyone has a special technique for fitting shoulders. Do you mark it somehow with a marking knife? Do you fettle and fit, fettle and fit, fettle and fit? The only thing I've found is to...
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    2nd that. Remarkable depth of knowledge here. ...

    2nd that. Remarkable depth of knowledge here.

    Well done Ronald.
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    I had my old carpenters saddle bag pouches on...

    I had my old carpenters saddle bag pouches on when I was installing a rack to dry chair parts I was pre-finishing, and I stuck the remote in one of them, took 'em off and put them away for maybe...
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    Now ya tell me. Lol. At least the shop is cleaner...

    Now ya tell me. Lol. At least the shop is cleaner than before I started looking.
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    by Bill Carey
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    remote

    I am in the middle of building 4 chairs, and a cupcake display, guest book and wedding box for my daughters wedding in 2 weeks, and I spent THREE HOURS looking for the miserable, no account, low down...
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    Thanks Mike - great tutorial.

    Thanks Mike - great tutorial.
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    Well, it cleaned up very nicely. The sole was...

    Well, it cleaned up very nicely. The sole was very flat and required little work. (Thank goodness - SWMBO almost caught me flattening it with sandpaper on the granite top in the butlers pantry. Would...
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    Thanks Jim - kinda what I figured

    Thanks Jim - kinda what I figured
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    LOL - I think the suckness meter will be based on...

    LOL - I think the suckness meter will be based on how it cleans up.
    BTW, when I was repairing the tote I found No. 2 stamped toward the bottom of the tote. Is this original, or stamped by a user?...
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    Thanks for the info Jim. Whats the best way to...

    Thanks for the info Jim. Whats the best way to get after the rust? WD40 and fine steel wool?
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    barn sale finds

    Went to a barn sale yesterday in Hoopston and found a Bailey #5 dated 1910 and a C E Jennings 4" draw knife. Plane needs some love, but the draw knife is in pretty good condition. Both for 10 bucks....
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    LOL - will do

    LOL - will do
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    Thanks Bruce - was looking for a new pair of...

    Thanks Bruce - was looking for a new pair of muffs.
    And you really need to clean that table saw - I see a piece of dust in the lower left corner! :D
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    Very nice Russell - I love big trestle tables -...

    Very nice Russell - I love big trestle tables - and this ones a beauty. Mind sharing the name of the company in Maine that provided the pedestals?
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    2nd that idea

    2nd that idea
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    Great piece of wood. I would also go clear side...

    Great piece of wood. I would also go clear side up, with the taper toward the bottom. I did pretty much the same thing Greg did.
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    2nd on Kentucky coffee wood

    2nd on Kentucky coffee wood
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    my Baleigh mortiser

    my Baleigh mortiser
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    2nd that. If I want a better feel / touch, I'll...

    2nd that. If I want a better feel / touch, I'll wet my fingertips. I have a splinter removal kit, but not a finger re-attachment kit.
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    Hey Steve - glad you found the Creek. I've...

    Hey Steve - glad you found the Creek. I've learned a lot here - good folks all around. The cost of becoming a contributor is nothing compared to the help and knowledge you'll find here.
  22. We use Camtasia at work to make video guides for...

    We use Camtasia at work to make video guides for our estimating software. Fairly easy to use and not very expensive
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    yes, your suggestion helped. I liked the...

    yes, your suggestion helped. I liked the simplicity of it: glue on shims. Done. Perfect. Thanks.
    Here's what it looks like this am:
    414968 can never have enough clamps.
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    Thanks Jim (and Jim) gluing shims on and sanding...

    Thanks Jim (and Jim) gluing shims on and sanding the shoulders have put the chair project back on track.
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    I would love to see the offer non preferred...

    I would love to see the offer non preferred subscribers are getting

    For ONLY 30% over the cover price...............
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