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    I do not know the answer to your question. Any...

    I do not know the answer to your question. Any structural engineers out there? I have not done laminations of 1/32". I am impressed. What is your method for getting uniform laminates that thin? ...
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    If you are going with Logier, get the 11 grain...

    If you are going with Logier, get the 11 grain cabinet makers rasp. It is equivalent to the old Nicholson 50 rasp. It is finer than the 8 grain cabinet makers rasp, which is equivalent to the old...
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    Keegan, rasps are good for shaping wood,...

    Keegan, rasps are good for shaping wood, especially curved surfaces. Coarse than sandpaper. Some never use rasps, instead relying on spokeshaves and carving gouges. I have several quality rasps -...
  4. Mike, that credenza has pizazz! Thanks for...

    Mike, that credenza has pizazz! Thanks for posting.
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    Jamie, Fred, Prashun, thank you for the advice....

    Jamie, Fred, Prashun, thank you for the advice. I will try your approaches. Prashun, yes, I think it is worth making sure I wait long enough for hardening of the finish.
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    Wipe on poly

    Using Minwax wipe on poly ( oil based ) on cherry. Fine Woodworking has several positive reviews in the past. Seems very easy to use. First coat wiped on lightly, not much more than wetting the...
  7. I agree with James. I used a Rockler collection...

    I agree with James. I used a Rockler collection bag for a year and developed a nasty night time cough. I think my air quality sucked. Got an Oneida mini gorilla ( ouch expensive ) and my cough...
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    You are welcome Aaron. Another concern would be...

    You are welcome Aaron. Another concern would be using a table saw to resaw to that thickness. I have a bandsaw and do my resawing on that. I understand that there are safety issues with resawing...
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    Like Jim I like Titebond 3. You can count on 20...

    Like Jim I like Titebond 3. You can count on 20 to 25 minutes of open time. It will be fine outside. This is in pouring rain and is in it's second season outside. No glue failure.

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    Keith, the plans are in past 2 isssues of Fine...

    Keith, the plans are in past 2 isssues of Fine Woodworking magazine. I would guess they would object to widespread reproduction.
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    Robert, 17 degrees for the vertical supports. ...

    Robert, 17 degrees for the vertical supports. 478781
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    Robert, my spacer was 16 inches long on one end...

    Robert, my spacer was 16 inches long on one end and 15 1/2 inches long on the other end with a 95 ( or 5 ) degree angle. I tried it on several of my chairs and it fit one perfectly but was on the...
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    Yes Joe. It is a nice project with a lot of bent...

    Yes Joe. It is a nice project with a lot of bent laminations.
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    Robert, there are some complexities in the build...

    Robert, there are some complexities in the build but it all comes together. Are you using the full size plans? They were available in the past, but seem hard to find now. I relied on the magazine...
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    I have built several 478711478712 I followed...

    I have built several 478711478712
    I followed his plans exactly.
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    Forum members should be able to guide you through...

    Forum members should be able to guide you through the bent laminations for this project. Drawer the legs out on paper. Create a template on poster board or 1/8 inch plywood, then trace that on some...
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    Klingspor foam sanding pads

    Purchased some Klingspor foam sanding pads for chair leg sanding. I used the 120 grit ultra flex aluminum oxide pad. I was disappointed with the cutting action. I grabbed some 120 grit sandpaper...
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    Lee, this elevates rustic to a new level.

    Lee, this elevates rustic to a new level.
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    Good point Scott, perhaps that is why Terry...

    Good point Scott, perhaps that is why Terry Gordon has HSS for his nickers on his dado planes.
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    Jason, you make a valid point. Conversely it is...

    Jason, you make a valid point. Conversely it is only through this type of repetition that one can become really skilled at use of a sensitive tool like a dado plane. Many Neanders avoid using the...
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    I agree with Derek about the magnificant job the...

    I agree with Derek about the magnificant job the HNT Gordon dado plane does. Right now, it is the king of the hill. Check out Terry Gordon running wild with his dado planes in this. Warren I value...
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    Tyler, glad to see you interested in hand cut...

    Tyler, glad to see you interested in hand cut dadoes. I love dado planes and bought an HNT Gordon 3/4inch plane a couple years ago. I had tried a Stanley 46 but never quite got it tuned up to my...
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    Nice grain on front of drawer. Plenty of...

    Nice grain on front of drawer. Plenty of storage. It's nice when you have a winner - the requests keep coming.
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    Spectacular saws Ron!

    Spectacular saws Ron!
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    I agree with Derek, Steve. Be nice.

    I agree with Derek, Steve. Be nice.
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