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    Scott this is very good information. I don't...

    Scott this is very good information. I don't know that side of the craft that well therefore make assumptions that apparently aren't true.

    It is still my opinion that this live edge epoxy table...
  2. That's why I love this craft. So many different...

    That's why I love this craft. So many different opinions of the same method of work. Not one of them is wrong and it all comes down to preference and style of work. I can def see why people like...
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    Ted, great setup. My only question is about the...

    Ted, great setup. My only question is about the long unsupported length of extrusion. Do you not end up with any sag in that extrusion when in use, especially when the chainsaw is hooked up? I...
  4. I personally wouldn't know where to begin on a...

    I personally wouldn't know where to begin on a serrated bread knife. This Christmas I bought my girlfriend a Shun bread knife and that's all I could think about, how on earth am I going to sharpen...
  5. Onto the OP question...I have both LN and RI...

    Onto the OP question...I have both LN and RI mortise chisels. These days I rarely chop a mortise with just a mortise chisel but used to do all my moritses this way. IMO I prefer the LN mortise...
  6. I completely agree. It's interesting that...

    I completely agree.

    It's interesting that buying higher end well made tools somehow generates a snide comment or two.
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    +1 for https://www.bandsawbladesdirect.com/

    +1 for https://www.bandsawbladesdirect.com/
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    I will def feel comfortable veneering the BB...

    I will def feel comfortable veneering the BB plywood. As others said you will be better off at around 1/8" to 3/32" thickness and this should stretch your wood out further. I also would be fine...
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    I knew the magazine existed but didn't think we...

    I knew the magazine existed but didn't think we could get it here in the States. Apparently that is an option but damn that subscription is pretty hefty for us US people. I have heard this is...
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    I would have to disagree. PWW def fits into this...

    I would have to disagree. PWW def fits into this statement for me but the latest FWW catches my interest. In fact I have recently ran into Tim Manney at the Lie Nielsen Open House in Warren and...
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    In Bar Harbor, Maine area there is absolutely no...

    In Bar Harbor, Maine area there is absolutely no suppliers of Baltic Birch that I can find anywhere. Regular Birch plywood around here is $60 to $80 for a 4x8 sheet and is typically of very poor...
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    A motor running all by itself should have a...

    A motor running all by itself should have a slight low frequency sounding hum. I assume it to be normal but without hearing it first hand it's hard to say. I am not real sure what is normal with...
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    Derek, I'd love to know more about what Forstner...

    Derek, I'd love to know more about what Forstner bits you consider your good ones. I'm in the market for some decent Forstners and just can't decide which brand to go with. I'm tired of the cheapie...
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    That is an incredible setup Derek. The drill...

    That is an incredible setup Derek. The drill press is stunning and the table is perfect! That's a great find at the scrap yard to find that piece of UHMW that thick. My only issue would be how...
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    I do believe that probably is a 1.5HP motor as...

    I do believe that probably is a 1.5HP motor as Bruce mentioned it is exaggerated. I also think that a 1hp replacement would more than suffice for this saw, especially if you bought a motor that did...
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    I would need to see a picture of what you're...

    I would need to see a picture of what you're talking about. But yes grain direction absolutely does matter. Gluing endgrain in any orientation is a recipe for disaster without the help of some sort...
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    It is absolutely too much mass to heat that water...

    It is absolutely too much mass to heat that water up to the 212deg boiling temp in an oven operating at 400deg. It would take hours to get that water boiling at oven temperatures. When we boil...
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    I also really like the M12 lineup. They are...

    I also really like the M12 lineup. They are perfect for a woodworking shop and homeowner where the 18V-40V cordless tools aren't necessary. As an electrician the small bandsaw is the best tool...
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    This might be a dumb suggestion but have you...

    This might be a dumb suggestion but have you checked your table saw arbor and arbor bearings. To me it sounds like there is too much load on this motor if it runs fine outside of the table saw. I...
  20. I agree with the post above by Edwin. I often...

    I agree with the post above by Edwin. I often start with a cheaper coarse rasp from Lee Valley or Iwasaki files before breaking out the finer Auriou rasps. Working this way really shows what you're...
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    That's interesting. I actually picked up a LV #6...

    That's interesting. I actually picked up a LV #6 during one of these Cyber Monday Lee Valley sales and it has become one of the most used planes I own. I've turned it into a jack plane and honestly...
  22. Looks like eastern white to me

    Looks like eastern white to me
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    I would love to see this technique in video. I...

    I would love to see this technique in video. I often use a router to get the bulk of the waste out, especially on half-blind dovetails but still usually stay just shy of the baseline. This is done...
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    I don't actually own Vesper's bevel yet, but I do...

    I don't actually own Vesper's bevel yet, but I do own 3 Stanley #18's. These bevels do actually work but I don't think Vesper is wrong in saying that they don't work. I don't care how tight you get...
  25. Need to be careful pressing bearings on without...

    Need to be careful pressing bearings on without heating the inner race. If you put all your pressure on the outside race of the bearing while pressing it on then this can def damage the bearing. I...
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