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  1. Tom, I definitely like that look, but am...

    Tom, I definitely like that look, but am confused. How does it work with seemingly crossed up protruding tennons on the lower end stretchers and the lower shelf? Kind of like the arrow going on one...
  2. Thanks for the info Prashtun. I have long...

    Thanks for the info Prashtun. I have long considered "chairs" to be the mark of a true woodworking craftsman and I applaud your efforts. I will look into the Dunbar and Galbert source info to see...
  3. Love it. Is it comfortable to sit in?

    Love it. Is it comfortable to sit in?
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    You nailed it Carl - your back and eyes...

    You nailed it Carl - your back and eyes appreciate a Moxon.
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    High cotton indeed Marlin. Have fun.

    High cotton indeed Marlin. Have fun.
  6. Jeez Prashtun, it already looks like a chair and...

    Jeez Prashtun, it already looks like a chair and I hardly had a chance to settle in for the show. What was that about "walking before running"? Oh well, can't hold an eagle down I guess.
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    Where did you source the longer gooseneck lamp...

    Where did you source the longer gooseneck lamp from Chris? I like it and am interested in getting rid of the cord on my slightly-too-short-conventional-gooseneck lamp.
  8. Thanks for sharing Prashtun. I am very interested...

    Thanks for sharing Prashtun. I am very interested in following this to the end.
  9. Thanks for the update Kent. I have used Bsawdir...

    Thanks for the update Kent. I have used Bsawdir before and intended to use them again. Nice to hear they are taking care of a problem in a quick and smooth fashion. Glad it is working out despite the...
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    I would slot the lag bolt holes on the bottom of...

    I would slot the lag bolt holes on the bottom of the stretchers for making up the top to the stretchers. Two 9" slabs butted up together can't hurt anything by trying it out, but a split top with two...
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    You want a simple bench to be used for...

    You want a simple bench to be used for woodworking, so build a simple bench. It is woodworking. There are many plans for benches, both complicated and simple, plus methods outlined for holding work...
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    I measured the "swing" of my holdfasts and then...

    I measured the "swing" of my holdfasts and then drilled my holdfast (3/4") holes at a distance from the edges of the benchtop such that the holdfasts would reach the edges and also overlap (sideways)...
  13. I caught myself re visiting the Benchcrafted site...

    I caught myself re visiting the Benchcrafted site today and (once again) staring at the little, portable Moxon-like user leg vise w/criss cross that can be added onto an existing bench for work...
  14. Weak, weak story Ken. When telling a porky, it is...

    Weak, weak story Ken. When telling a porky, it is best not to provide too many details. You and I both know you just wanted to build another bench and fabricated some cockamamy story about bigger...
  15. Go ahead and bore us Ken and, yes, remembeing to...

    Go ahead and bore us Ken and, yes, remembeing to take the photos is the hardest part of it.
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    Everybody else has said it all up above Eric, but...

    Everybody else has said it all up above Eric, but as you ask, I will say that I think a pure rip filing on the tenon saw is a better choice for that particular saw. Sawing tenon cheeks is a rip...
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    Nice work Derek. My spacer keeps getting lost and...

    Nice work Derek. My spacer keeps getting lost and I should take a page from your book on that detail. Question: You say that the chop runs through bronze bearings, did you mean bearings or bushings?
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    Will this be a full blown rebuild along the lines...

    Will this be a full blown rebuild along the lines of your first mortiser?
  19. Everything dead on square ahead of time helps me...

    Everything dead on square ahead of time helps me a bunch Bill. That way when I walk the square around the tenon end for marking, the shoulders are all in the same plane. I saw on a knife wall line,...
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    Got to be no way to swing the proverbial dead cat...

    Got to be no way to swing the proverbial dead cat around in that shop Brian.
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    Bob Lang has a website that he sells drawings for...

    Bob Lang has a website that he sells drawings for G&G furniture from.
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    Bruce, Bruce, Bruce. You know we are not going to...

    Bruce, Bruce, Bruce. You know we are not going to let it be that simple at all.
  23. As Lowell said, I cut the tongues on my table...

    As Lowell said, I cut the tongues on my table breadboard ends by running a narrow dado along the desired shoulder line, split out the bulk of the waste on the tongue down to my final depth line with...
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    I have successfully used both the 45 and a LN...

    I have successfully used both the 45 and a LN 1/2" material thickness T&G planes. Both worked just fine, but I do preferer the LN dedicated plane. As it is a dedicated T&G plane, IMO, it should...
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    An idea Mike: 1. On the TS, run a dado (to the...

    An idea Mike:
    1. On the TS, run a dado (to the width and depth that will accommodate the file main thickness) down the length of a piece of 1x or 2x? scrap. Note: File to stored on edge.
    2. Move...
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