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  1. Thatís been my experience too. I say itís glue...

    Thatís been my experience too. I say itís glue creep I thin down glue when I think itís going to happen.
    Hardmaple makes the best end grain board. It also can be tricky to keep glue lines small....
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    We should have a list of sharpening experts. ...

    We should have a list of sharpening experts.
    Then take turns to be the sharpening sage of the month.
    The sage of the month gets to answer all the questions if someone talks our of their turn they...
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    Itís looks great to me very clean look. I might...

    Itís looks great to me very clean look. I might have added knobs to the doors and maybe smaller handles to the small drawers.
    Looks like the maple is all from the same tree.
  4. If we are taking about that Dmt plastic thing...

    If we are taking about that Dmt plastic thing with a thin sheet of metal. Thatís not really a diamond plate too flimsy and lite weight.
    I have used them in the past and there just no place for the...
  5. Here’s the hot ticket. A Shapton lapping disk. ...

    Here’s the hot ticket.
    A Shapton lapping disk. Then use the diamond plate to keep the flatness.
    This is what it looks like.
    Same principle as the Norton and one has to be careful not to dish out...
  6. I have not found aromatic woods to be any good...

    I have not found aromatic woods to be any good for cooking.
    I do use hickory,maple,oak, walnut and Alder.

    Good Luck
  7. I have one of those and it works fine. But so...

    I have one of those and it works fine. But so does a combination square up against one side of the miter slot. Rubbing on the same tooth front and back.
    Heres a pic just in case your a engineer :)
  8. Iím trying to figure out what the heck you guys...

    Iím trying to figure out what the heck you guys are taking about.
    Does that mean Iím not a Engineer :confused:
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    Yes sir , things are looking up for me. :)

    Yes sir , things are looking up for me. :)
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    The preferred method would be galvanized carriage...

    The preferred method would be galvanized carriage bolts. Two per board through the top.Top boards nice and thick no more then 8 inches wide and good spacing between the boards.
    I know itís called a...
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    Walnut doesn’t fade its mellows out over time. ...

    Walnut doesn’t fade its mellows out over time.
    I like the look of walnut when it’s been in service for a long time. It’s a quality well built furniture and time share.
    Why would anyone want to...
  12. I donít have anything positive for you. I do...

    I donít have anything positive for you.
    I do miss having the 735. I put infinity carbide tipped knives in it. It was the best finish planer I could hope for.
    I use a pm 15hh and experience some of...
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    Out here Walnut slabs start at 12 to 13 a board...

    Out here Walnut slabs start at 12 to 13 a board ft. And thatís with cracks even long ones.
    Iím on the west coast.
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    I also use a Prospecting metal detector. Same...

    I also use a Prospecting metal detector.
    Same as Tom King but not same one mine is different for sure.:)
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    I separate the lid from the bottom before glue up...

    I separate the lid from the bottom before glue up on the bandsaw. Some of my boxes have sloping side so there is very little room for error.
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    Aww thanks Yonak, I owe you one Daniel Webster...

    Aww thanks Yonak, I owe you one Daniel Webster cigar for that 1/2 vote.:)
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    I was out Voted 5 to1. Darn :rolleyes:

    I was out Voted 5 to1. Darn :rolleyes:
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    My guess is Maple.

    My guess is Maple.
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    I also think itís a awesome table. Fantastic...

    I also think itís a awesome table. Fantastic looking top
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    Walnut is a wise choice. Itís stable and any...

    Walnut is a wise choice. Itís stable and any little gaps in the joinery are not easily spotted.
    With maple itís not as forgiving unless your Sam.
    My favorite Rocker he made was Macasser Ebony a...
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    I had a feeling Dan was going to be expensive....

    I had a feeling Dan was going to be expensive. I've bought some parts for my Davis and Wells table saw.And hes a close negotiater.
    Good luck with Daily saw they did a great job on my wheels. I don't...
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    I tired urethane on my 14 inch saw once they were...

    I tired urethane on my 14 inch saw once they were terrible.I think they where the blue ones anyways very lumpy the blade went back and forth.
    Why donít you just have Dan do them?
    I had Daily saw...
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    If I make a fixture or jig that I believe is...

    If I make a fixture or jig that I believe is worth using sometime in the near future. I will use up whatever finish I have leftover in the bottom of a can or jar. Even if it has a hard layer on top ....
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    I get them Rick. Today Iíve gotten 4 spam calls...

    I get them Rick. Today Iíve gotten 4 spam calls on my cell and many more on the landline.
  25. The OP pic looks like silky oak. Sometimes I do...

    The OP pic looks like silky oak. Sometimes I do think its called lacewood.
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