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    Sometimes you gotta call it the way you see it!

    Sometimes you gotta call it the way you see it!
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    PM sent! Mark

    PM sent! Mark
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    knee blocks attached to legs using hot hide glue...

    knee blocks attached to legs using hot hide glue - used a rub joint because I could not see an easy way to clamp

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    I am still laughing!!!

    I am still laughing!!!
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    Yes Brad…and that one pass causes tearout that...

    Yes Brad…and that one pass causes tearout that requires 80 grit to repair��
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    Bob, you are not alone. Because most woodworkers...

    Bob, you are not alone. Because most woodworkers on this forum work in isolation, they are their own worse critics, and do not have a solid concept of "good enough". In my hand plane courage thread...
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    Thanks Phil, Glenn, and Jim!

    Thanks Phil, Glenn, and Jim!
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    Thanks Keegan. I am going to make a poplar frame...

    Thanks Keegan. I am going to make a poplar frame with jute webbing topped by some foam & covered with tapestry.
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    Took a month break from the shop to repair...

    Took a month break from the shop to repair drywall damage from daughter's overflowing toilet, painting, tree branch trimming, driveway repair....
    Glad to be back in the shop

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    Folk art...a refreshing addition to the forum...

    Folk art...a refreshing addition to the forum Dennis.
  11. Good point Warren. There is so much unknown...

    Good point Warren. There is so much unknown about that period. Do we have single iron planes from the early 1700’s? Was there a common bedding angle? I guess it varied with the planemaker.
  12. Always a treasure trove of information when...

    Always a treasure trove of information when Warren and Charles exchange information ( and sometimes barbs ). Neanderthal heaven!
  13. John, are there any concerns of too much venting...

    John, are there any concerns of too much venting of air causing problems with a gas furnace if it is in the same room?
  14. 20 years of experience is hard to ignore Pat. ...

    20 years of experience is hard to ignore Pat. Perhaps I should give that a go - those clouds of dust are obnoxious.
  15. Thanks Ed, yes if you can let me know the brand.

    Thanks Ed, yes if you can let me know the brand.
  16. Ed, how are you measuring CFM?

    Ed, how are you measuring CFM?
  17. Yes Bill, that is the case. I have had the...

    Yes Bill, that is the case. I have had the Mini-Gorilla for several years. Frequently, after a emptying a filled bin a couple of times, I will clean it by donning a dusk mask and using my electric...
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    Rich, they are not the screen type.

    Rich, they are not the screen type.
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    Jim, Alex, Tom, thanks for your advice!

    Jim, Alex, Tom, thanks for your advice!
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    Drywall sandpaper

    482881Got some drywall sandpaper after taping and spackling ceiling damage from water. Have some leftover paper. I think i should be able to use this for woodoworking? Any thoughts.
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    As Lee said, trap them. I nailed about 8 field...

    As Lee said, trap them. I nailed about 8 field mice, but inadvertently got a chipmunk in my yard also. I like the Victor plastic traps which are bigger than a mouse trap but smaller than the rat...
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    Anuj, that is an impressive media console. The...

    Anuj, that is an impressive media console. The wood grain is dramatic, and contrasts nicely with the clean lines. Eye catching and functional at the same time.
  23. Jim, a nice project. Using scraps to make a...

    Jim, a nice project. Using scraps to make a functional attractive piece of furniture feels good. Like you, my daughters are some of my biggest "customers". What is STP? The legs look like SYP (...
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    Sage advice Charles...I love looking at the...

    Sage advice Charles...I love looking at the planes for sale, but I have the ones I need and I am interested in woodworking not tool collecting.
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    The only time I used Unibond 800 I used...

    The only time I used Unibond 800 I used commercial cherry veneer ( 1/32" ). I think I applied too much. I did have terrible bleed through and had to apply another layer of veneer over that using hot...
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