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    Hi all, Anybody remember this project? It...

    Hi all,

    Anybody remember this project? It languished through the summer (and the building of two sheds plus yet more shop renovation and rearrangements).

    I have completed the carcass and am...
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    Was it with your new LV eggbeater? (just got my...

    Was it with your new LV eggbeater? (just got my catalog yesterday...) That'd be a feat!

    Seriously-will echo above and would call the doc to confirm about the tetanus. I hope you heal soon!
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    Mark, Absolutely fabulous work. What was your...

    Mark, Absolutely fabulous work. What was your source for the pulls? They suit the piece very well.
  4. Hdpe works well so I should think so. Will be...

    Hdpe works well so I should think so. Will be curious to see your results.
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    Jason, looks great! And Dave, your's is...

    Jason, looks great! And Dave, your's is definitely inspiring! Mine's not so fancy, but I did make some improvements this weekend.

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    Phil, great work, particularly with the grain...

    Phil, great work, particularly with the grain selection and finish. And enjoyed seeing the process on that other forum.

    I'm finally getting the shop put back together. I made a coat rack out of...
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    Mark, Spectacular! I'll presume that you are...

    Mark,

    Spectacular! I'll presume that you are happy with the outcome!
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    LOL! This question is so 2020...

    LOL! This question is so 2020...
  9. Congrats Derek, no one more deserving!

    Congrats Derek, no one more deserving!
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    All the above. And I only use my left thumb held...

    All the above. And I only use my left thumb held on the base of the plane (not knob) to push down and 'drive' with my right hand. Learned that even then I was changing angle/tilting some as I moved...
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    Hi Ken, Have been following and enjoying. ...

    Hi Ken,

    Have been following and enjoying. Also curious about the size and what you'll use for liners. And the nails (sorry if I missed the details on the nails)...

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  12. Thanks for the kind words, gentlemen. Phil, I...

    Thanks for the kind words, gentlemen. Phil, I agree-I do my best to put my projects on hold when the kids get excited about something :)
  13. One-joint desk with "Floyd Legs"

    Hi all,

    The loml had bought a set of 'Floyd Legs' before we met and she requested I use them to make a small art desk for her studio. "Great!" I said "just the scale of a project I can handle...
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    Thanks all for keeping this thread going. ...

    Thanks all for keeping this thread going.

    Looks good Josh, I like Peckovich's design sense.

    I've been set back with more sheetrock-but for good cause. My house had a small climbing wall that...
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    Ben, nice tool tote. Would be interested to see...

    Ben, nice tool tote. Would be interested to see it decked out with kit.
  16. Mike, great project! Thanks for posting. I...

    Mike, great project! Thanks for posting. I always pick up a good trick-this time it was drilling the bottom of bridle joints before sawing.

    And I'm always impressed by how fast you turn out...
  17. Thatís a monster! My grandmother had one like it...

    Thatís a monster! My grandmother had one like it that was walnut. Thanks for sharing!
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    Mark, looks fabulous, that's a tight detail on...

    Mark, looks fabulous, that's a tight detail on the moulding. I have a scraper that looks just like that but haven't used yet.
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    Gennou (220 g or 375 g) or wood is good. The...

    Gennou (220 g or 375 g) or wood is good. The latter is good for noise reduction as well.
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    Hey Mel, Yeah, the dresser was one left in a...

    Hey Mel,

    Yeah, the dresser was one left in a house I was in grad school that we used as a changing station for one of my sons :)

    My bench is 4" thick. The slab at the beginning of the thread...
  21. Usually I do a coat of oil before the shellac...

    Usually I do a coat of oil before the shellac because it helps pop the grain. And I think nothing beats shellac for a finish that gives depth without looking and feeling like plastic.
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    After a little over 2 years effort, I have the...

    After a little over 2 years effort, I have the shop back together. Much tweaking to do, but this may be as clean as it ever gets.

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    The last big task for the shop will be an...
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    Hi all, Thanks for the great thread and what a...

    Hi all,

    Thanks for the great thread and what a bunch of great work!

    Mike, thanks-yes that's a stash of local air dried walnut :) I heard that air dried yucca works pretty well, but only with...
  24. Hi Will and Tyler, Thanks for the kind words,...

    Hi Will and Tyler,

    Thanks for the kind words, I was pleased with the outcome.

    Tyler, I'd definitely consider breadboards since you won't have aprons to hold the top flat.

    Will, the finish...
  25. Hi Tyler, Fun project. I've done a couple of...

    Hi Tyler,

    Fun project. I've done a couple of desktops that were ~60" long full-neander. A couple suggestions:
    -Get one face flat on each board (but not necessarily glass smooth-just need a...
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