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    Thanks for trotting those out Jim. Now I need to...

    Thanks for trotting those out Jim. Now I need to find a little one like that.
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    Once I started using a little brass hammer for...

    Once I started using a little brass hammer for this purpose, I've not touched the Stanley or Norris adjusting lever Well, other than for initial adjustment when I drop the iron back in the plane...
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    For a lot of (to me) fun reading:...

    For a lot of (to me) fun reading: http://www.disstonianinstitute.com/

    Stew, I'm pretty sure you can see when the nib dropped from the above. Based on memory... somewhere between the 1920's and...
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    Hi Stu/Scott, I found them online... but the...

    Hi Stu/Scott,

    I found them online... but the variety of sizes is kind of staggering. Hence my search for a recommendation for my application. I'm guessing the applicator/tip may be tied to the...
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    Vintage Oil Can Reccomendation?

    I absolutely hate how my "can" of 3-in-1 oil works. It is plastic and has a telescoping spout. I don't use it often, (and in fact have probably had this can for over a decade) but when I do it...
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    When is that again? :)

    When is that again? :)
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    Well the maiden voyage of my Veritas BU joiner...

    Well the maiden voyage of my Veritas BU joiner went well. In fact it removed the thickness in the end grain very quickly. I was surprised at how quickly in fact.
    This was with the standard blade. I...
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    Very nice pictures. I'm enjoying watching it all...

    Very nice pictures. I'm enjoying watching it all come together.
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    Thanks all for the suggestions. Initial work with...

    Thanks all for the suggestions. Initial work with the jointer was going OK, but was slow. I had already chamfered the end to avoid blow out.
    Gaining some confidence I switched to my jack plane. ...
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    Actually, this is a glued up panel 27x18 inches. ...

    Actually, this is a glued up panel 27x18 inches. My first thought was to try planes. The jack plane split the heck out of the end even with the chamfer I put in.
    This pic is from before I used the...
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    Best Way To Take off 1/8" End Grain?

    My sawing skills aren't great so I left some extra to clean up with the plane. However this seems like a lot to remove with the jointer plane. But not enough width to handsaw.

    Thoughts?
  12. Lol. Well, maybe I just liked watching that...

    Lol. Well, maybe I just liked watching that machine destroy wood and to see how it broke. I was pretty entertained.
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    Depending on how you archived it, would dictate...

    Depending on how you archived it, would dictate how much work it would take to be placed on another web server, but then copyright issues technically exist.
  14. I humbly suggest you watch it. It does in no way...

    I humbly suggest you watch it. It does in no way advocate that end grain gluing is the new thing to do. Rather I found that it reinforced why we glue how we do for joinery.
    Really this is a video...
  15. That was very interesting to watch.

    That was very interesting to watch.
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    Not to come across as snarky, but maybe just get...

    Not to come across as snarky, but maybe just get 2-3 folks to help pick it up and move it?
    Split four ways, bench shouldn't be to heavy to deadlift and move.

    If you are in the Austin, TX area. I...
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    Yes, this! We did it in our kitchen remodel, and...

    Yes, this! We did it in our kitchen remodel, and what an amazing difference in functionality and convenience it is. Way more space efficient. (But you need to do some planning, on what will go...
  18. Planing Boards for Glued Up Panels, Sequence?

    I'm working on a base cabinet for my tool chest. I decided to go 18" wide, so the 1x12 pine boards needed to be cut and glued up to get there.

    I got the wind out of the first board for the to-be...
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    I thought about embedding rare earth magnets in...

    I thought about embedding rare earth magnets in the back of the chest and fall front for this purpose. Not very 18th century... but I still might do it.
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    Is this a permanent condition? Or just until they dry out? I've certainly forgotten about them soaking and come back hours later. Stones seemed to work fine. If they are softer from a soak does that...
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    Looks like it uses snipe bill hinges. ...

    Looks like it uses snipe bill hinges.

    https://pfollansbee.wordpress.com/tag/snipebill-hinges/
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    Thanks. I see now, you have a single large chest....

    Thanks. I see now, you have a single large chest. I was thinking you made a separate base "chest" for the Dutch chest to rest on. That is where I'm headed as I already built the smaller size Dutch...
  23. Well, we are now two years into using this...

    Well, we are now two years into using this bartop. I'll need to take some pics. The Red Oak has held up fine so far. It was finished with about 6 coats of GF Arm-R-Seal. I should probably clean it...
  24. I'm curious about this. I have Ohishi stones, and...

    I'm curious about this. I have Ohishi stones, and I always disliked how quickly a spritz of water disappeared so I soak for like 5 minutes before use. I've not substantially used any other stones so...
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    http://www.supertool.com/StanleyBG/stan7.htm ...

    http://www.supertool.com/StanleyBG/stan7.htm

    No values, but a good description.
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