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    I just used red oak treads from HD to build a set...

    I just used red oak treads from HD to build a set of housed stringer stairs. They're available in 36" & 48" lengths. They are built with basically stave-core construction and very thick veneer. ...
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    Looks good, Steven. I have a very similar one, a...

    Looks good, Steven. I have a very similar one, a B&D Portamate, which I'm told as a Canadian version. It has a 120 volt outlet on one side. One of the locking latches for the legs is broken, and...
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    Tom, do you light your coop to get your hens to...

    Tom, do you light your coop to get your hens to lay in the winter? Here in NE Ohio, ours quit around Thanksgiving. It's staying light later now, so they'll probably start up again in a few weeks. ...
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    Jerome, not sure if it's really so, but I've been...

    Jerome, not sure if it's really so, but I've been told, by a police officer, that's it's illegal to sell firewood in Ohio by any other measure than a cord. He told me the law has always been on the...
  5. Dan, I think Mark is on the right track. The...

    Dan,

    I think Mark is on the right track. The shop I work for makes some British Pipe fittings, but not like these. Incidentally. British Pipe threads are basically identical to ours, except the...
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    Paul, Back in the day, when I was coaching...

    Paul,

    Back in the day, when I was coaching youth baseball, Barberton was one of our favorite places to play, because they always fed us fried chicken after the games. I'd almost forgotten about...
  7. Lee, We used to make parts for those guys. ...

    Lee,

    We used to make parts for those guys. J.A. Sexauer. It was always a running joke in the shop:D
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    Love those D8 Thumbhole Rip handles!

    Love those D8 Thumbhole Rip handles!
  9. Thanks, Jim! That helps a bunch! Brad

    Thanks, Jim! That helps a bunch!

    Brad
  10. Question for Jim Becker - tack trunks?

    Hi Jim,

    I was wondering if you had ever posted any pictures of your tack trunks? My granddaughters are into riding and I was thinking of building them trunks for Christmas. Problem is, I have no...
  11. Thta would be a useful addition to the shop!

    Thta would be a useful addition to the shop!
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    Hi Warren, I've read several times that apple...

    Hi Warren,

    I've read several times that apple trees in the 19th century were typically much larger than the grafted trees we have today. Therefore, there was usable lumber in those trees, which...
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    If you're lucky enough to have a "pro" lumberyard...

    If you're lucky enough to have a "pro" lumberyard in your area that does their own doors, they can make any size you want. Alas, ours has been gone for a number of years now...
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    Dang it, John! Now I'm gonna have to order a UV...

    Dang it, John! Now I'm gonna have to order a UV flashlight!
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    We've had hens lay large eggs like that a couple...

    We've had hens lay large eggs like that a couple times. Both have been double-yolked.
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    I haven't considered how the physics of cutting...

    I haven't considered how the physics of cutting wood versus metal are different either, which might make a big difference. And as Mel mentioned below, we can achieve greater rake angles with HSS, ...
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    Andrew, All good points. As a manufacturing...

    Andrew,

    All good points. As a manufacturing engineer, I do have a grasp of the rake angle, clearance angles, etc. I admit, I never considered that that the rake angle is less for the carbide...
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    Hi Andrew, This is an oft-repeated statement...

    Hi Andrew,

    This is an oft-repeated statement that I don't quite understand. I've always considered carbide saw blades and router blades to be sharper than the equivalent HSS ones. Also, my 38...
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    Arbor Brand Woodworking Machines

    Good Morning All,Does anyone have any experience with Arbor brand equipment? I have a chance to buy an Arbor 12" jointer/planer for an attractive price. It appears to be in good condition from the...
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    2 years now with a Hustler Raptor SD 54" welded...

    2 years now with a Hustler Raptor SD 54" welded deck with the 23hp Kawasaki engine, mowing 1-1/4 acres. Love it! When I buy another one it will be another Hustler. FYI, they invented the ztr mower.
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    Please register me. Thanks, Brad Chenoweth

    Please register me.

    Thanks,
    Brad Chenoweth
  22. Roger, That looks fantastic, especially when...

    Roger,

    That looks fantastic, especially when combined with the steel elements! Bravo!
  23. Isn't the duct assembled in sections? Most large...

    Isn't the duct assembled in sections? Most large ducts are assembled in 5' sections, with drive clips.
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