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    Here here! Mike, so you know, it seems your PM...

    Here here! Mike, so you know, it seems your PM box is full. FYI funds sent for the knives.
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    Hi, awesome cause! I sent a pm regarding the...

    Hi, awesome cause!

    I sent a pm regarding the knives and chisels.
  3. A century plus is a lot to ask of a tool. I think...

    A century plus is a lot to ask of a tool. I think the maker of said plane was not the least bit concerned with the 21st century hobbyist woodworkers as they were planing beads on cabinets.
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    I get that! I’ve sometimes wonder how a no4 would...

    I get that! I’ve sometimes wonder how a no4 would work with the sole relieved to 2-3 points of contact like my Japanese planes. Good point about the weight, this thing be heavy.

    The art deco...
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    No it doesn’t. I don’t own any planes with...

    No it doesn’t. I don’t own any planes with grooves in them. Its a bit of a turn off for me. I keep the soles clean and waxed and have no friction issues.
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    Well I feel bad posting a power tool here, but...

    Well I feel bad posting a power tool here, but here’s a couple snaps. Got it mostly cleaned up, hopefully buy some belts today. Its gonna be a great asset to the shop. It’s gonna be a great way to...
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    Yes, apologies for the gloat. I just was/am...

    Yes, apologies for the gloat. I just was/am thrilled. Going back tomorrow, should be more goodiesw.
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    It happened again, cheap bedrock

    I really thought when I found my 604 for $5 , it was a once in a lifetime ordeal. That was only last year fyi.


    Well there was a little sale happening in south Brooklyn near Brighton beach so...
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    Yeah thats what Ive been reading. Move of a...

    Yeah thats what Ive been reading. Move of a serrated knife. I have decent files so have been considering grinding an old saw down and recutting the teeth. There is a surplus of old yard sale saws...
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    Veneer saws

    Hi all. Ive been dabbling in hammer veneering and really enjoying the process. While a sharp blade tends to work fine when slicing veneers, I do enjoy keeping it somewhat traditional.


    So for...
  11. Do you have overage with the same flitch pattern?...

    Do you have overage with the same flitch pattern? Would be pretty easy to match if so. Looks like a commercial space which typically has a bit more tolerance for dings, but take it from someone who...
  12. I also would find a grain match and glue that in...

    I also would find a grain match and glue that in vs putty. Putty always looks like a novice repair vs veneer which is an honest attempt at repairing the damage. Just take your time.

    You can cut...
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    Trimming tools can be tricky, if you get a snag...

    Trimming tools can be tricky, if you get a snag in some run out youll likely be doing a do-over. I like a mill single cut file. Any variety will work. Any smooth file you have on hand will work...
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    These saws may be ugly compared to traditional...

    These saws may be ugly compared to traditional stuff, but work sooo well. Really great deal here.
  15. Hi Richard Id definitely like the side...

    Hi Richard

    Id definitely like the side scraper. What can you tell me about the super flute? Im not familiar.
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    I have long needed a no7 or no8. I have a decent...

    I have long needed a no7 or no8. I have a decent big old wooden plane but the body is so tall it is hard to stabilize. Thinner metal bodied planes allow you to reference the face by using the...
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    Love my bosch GET75, melts wood when needed in...

    Love my bosch GET75, melts wood when needed in turbo mode. Decent all around sander in normal mode. Basically a rotex. Im partial to makita sheet sanders for finish sanding.
  18. taking the path of least resistance isn't lazy....

    taking the path of least resistance isn't lazy. you just wanna make something. tools work for you, not the other way around. I use whatever I have however needed to get a job done. Some specialty jig...
  19. I was just honing the iron on my #40 yesterday. I...

    I was just honing the iron on my #40 yesterday. I am in the middle of getting a 96x24 cherry slab flat for a credenza commission. Unfortunately my planer maxes out at 20.

    I free hand but I find...
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    This is an island and counter+back splash I made...

    This is an island and counter+back splash I made and installed. I used lumbercore with 1/16 cross banding and 1/8 face veneer. 1 or so of matching edge and some end grain at the ends and around...
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    Currentflowwoodwork.com this is the story I push...

    Currentflowwoodwork.com this is the story I push and deeply believe in. Im obsessed with tripod furniture. I will sell more stools than you because its my obsession, not yours. Find something that...
  22. Forget the line, just learn to saw square and...

    Forget the line, just learn to saw square and transfer to pin board accurately with the blue tape deal. I promise it is easier than using the guide. Any tool takes practice, even a magnetic dovetail...
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    As a 38 year old with kid, mortgage, and business...

    As a 38 year old with kid, mortgage, and business in NYC I was gonna share my thought, but Jimmy nailed it. If you want to make make money, architectural millwork pays well, thats what I do. But its...
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    I feel like your approach/desire is a bit more...

    I feel like your approach/desire is a bit more inline with the “Krenov” style.

    I’ve come to really appreciate my planes with a tapered blade only, no chip breaker or wedge.
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    Sorry if I am mistaken, I don't think this is the...

    Sorry if I am mistaken, I don't think this is the one to be used with templates. I have that one. It cuts on the face, not edge like this one.
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