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    Tom, thanks again for the solid deal on the...

    Tom, thanks again for the solid deal on the hardware. Have friend with the bc and I actually prefer your set.

    and thanks for the reminder on the springs-the “from the hardware store” that’s a...
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    Thanks Derek! I did set it up to be able to add...

    Thanks Derek! I did set it up to be able to add a groove and very well may do so.

    Ken, the dovetails will be for a NBSS style tool chest that’s about half done.
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    Moxon with Bussey hardware

    Hi all,

    I spent half a day putting together a moxon vise from white oak leftover from a friend's canoe build and using hardware from Tom Bussey that has been languishing since last October (thanks...
  4. I agree with this " However, neither would be my...

    I agree with this " However, neither would be my first choice for flattening a workbench. I just flattened mine again this winter, and my jointer plane is the go-to for this task (as others have...
  5. Good solutions. I've settled on a slightly...

    Good solutions. I've settled on a slightly different approach, I think based on a LN video or Chris Schwarz article. Yes... here it is after consulting the Great Google...
    ...
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    Thanks, will be interested to see what you make...

    Thanks, will be interested to see what you make with them!
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    Beautiful indeed. What are the handles made...

    Beautiful indeed. What are the handles made from?

    Best,
    Chris
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    Zachary, Nice looking cabinet-will look...

    Zachary,

    Nice looking cabinet-will look forward to seeing more. I'm finally getting back to a jewelry box that I started three years ago-pics still in my phone.

    Safe quarantine, all.
  9. Hi Mike, I've followed this build with...

    Hi Mike,

    I've followed this build with interest and think it is fabulous--you'll enjoy the treasure hunt every time I expect (or at least hope!). Great to see more of your work, thanks for...
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    I have the LV and is also one of my favorite...

    I have the LV and is also one of my favorite planes. I built a board based on one used by David Baron shown on YT, which runs parallel to the bench and it works great.
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    Hi Phil, Those are impressive, especially the...

    Hi Phil,

    Those are impressive, especially the sand shading. I also like the black bordering, which really makes the fan pop. How thick is your veneer?
  12. Beautifully done and thanks for sharing the...

    Beautifully done and thanks for sharing the details. I always pick up an idea or two.

    best
    Chris
  13. Hi Eric, I use the technique from another...

    Hi Eric,

    I use the technique from another Norton video with Joel M. of TFWW. Don't know if it is around the web, but I found it super useful....and I too abraded the tips of some fingers. I...
  14. I have a friend with the same issue, though with...

    I have a friend with the same issue, though with the fence with the full length rails. He picks up the whole fence and flips it around when making angled cuts....don’t know if yours has the same...
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    Great looking door that compliments your house. ...

    Great looking door that compliments your house. And a great memory of your trip

    Best,
    Chris
  16. I built a bench with a 4" hard maple top as 2 12"...

    I built a bench with a 4" hard maple top as 2 12" wide sections this way without help. I glued all the sections together and flattened the bottom in the areas in contact with the base and then the...
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    Great looking bench and a very pleasing space. ...

    Great looking bench and a very pleasing space. Looking forward to seeing the next project.

    C
  18. Thanks Derek, the bead is a nice detail. Your...

    Thanks Derek, the bead is a nice detail. Your post also reminds me that the slips increase the wear surface of the drawer.

    Best,
    Chris
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    Agree with all above that the piece is a stunning...

    Agree with all above that the piece is a stunning design and your execution is top-notch. Please do post pics of the finished piece.

    Best,
    Chris
  20. Crisp fit of the draw fronts--that must be a...

    Crisp fit of the draw fronts--that must be a relief.

    Thanks for the details and description of the drawer slips. One question-what is your rationale for adding the bead rather than something...
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    Thanks Ken, I agree since only the shoulders...

    Thanks Ken, I agree since only the shoulders matter on a tenon, while these need a good shoulder and everything under the hood shows as well. These bridle joints are great for practice because they...
  22. Nice design and some great figure in those...

    Nice design and some great figure in those boards. And even better since you know the source of the boards. Will look forward to seeing your next project.

    Best,
    Chris
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    Over the past couple weeks, I have made some...

    Over the past couple weeks, I have made some progress on the drawer dividers. My sawing has been improving, though a bit of paring has been needed as I've tended towards being a bit conservative to...
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    Thanks Don. I also plan to stick to the...

    Thanks Don. I also plan to stick to the traditional drawer design for these.

    The drawer dividers have bridle joints which are hidden, a great chance to practice that won't be seen. I've cut lots...
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    Thanks all. Justin, the answer is 'yes'- I like...

    Thanks all. Justin, the answer is 'yes'- I like them both. I definitely use the jorgensen's more often but the Dubuques are growing on me-they are much lighter and handle well, especially for...
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