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  1. Thread: Pork Rub

    by Rob Luter
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    It sounded so good I did some spare ribs this...

    It sounded so good I did some spare ribs this weekend.

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    Disclaimer: I am a hobbyist, not a working pro,...

    Disclaimer: I am a hobbyist, not a working pro, so my stones do not get heavy use compared to some.

    A changed to the Shaptons a couple years ago as a convert to the Cosman method. Thread here:...
  3. Thread: Pork Rub

    by Rob Luter
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    There are hundreds of good rubs out there that...

    There are hundreds of good rubs out there that cover the whole BBQ spectrum. I like to mix it up occasionally and use this. It's a mix of crushed brown mustard, rosemary, garlic, thyme, bay leaf and...
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    For me there's so much to do that shop time often...

    For me there's so much to do that shop time often suffers. Woodworking tends to be a foul weather hobby for me as when it's nice out I'm doing yard work, enjoying the outside, etc. The bulk of my...
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    Follow up..... Ground a camber on the iron and...

    Follow up.....

    Ground a camber on the iron and honed it at 30* using my regular stone schedule (1000-6000-16,000-Strop). Once I got everything set up it made quick work of a rough sawn board I had...
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    That’s how this will be set up. Open mouth,...

    That’s how this will be set up. Open mouth, generous camber. I’ll follow up with my #62 and #7 to get everything flat.
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    Finally found some usable iron

    Over the years I've probably had eight jack planes, including six #5 of various vintages and a mint #605 1/2. They all came on the cheap at garage sales or flea markets and after cleanup I sold them...
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    Yup, looks like it’s been sharpened or retoothed...

    Yup, looks like it’s been sharpened or retoothed a few times. I’ve seen these before. Sometimes the etching is touching the teeth. They work great as panel saws. Just cut the length back and rework...
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    An air change every 2 seconds will deal with...

    An air change every 2 seconds will deal with anything you could spray at it.
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    Yes. Exactly.

    Yes. Exactly.
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    Here's the genuine article (below). I think your...

    Here's the genuine article (below). I think your versions are much nicer.

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    I'm seeing a great deal of ignorance on what...

    I'm seeing a great deal of ignorance on what "explosion proof" really means. The reality is it can mean a number of things depending on the risk level. It means different things depending on whether...
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    I've grown fond of Scotch Brite abrasive pads for...

    I've grown fond of Scotch Brite abrasive pads for this sort of thing. I use Maroon (fine) and Grey (Extra Fine)They cut better than steel wool and conform well to contoured surfaces. Steel wood is a...
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    A toothbrush works pretty well too.

    A toothbrush works pretty well too.
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    Thanks for the tips on the intended use of the...

    Thanks for the tips on the intended use of the round brush. Not many spars here in Northern Indiana. Perhaps that's why it's in such good shape?
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    For thickness I think it has as much to do with...

    For thickness I think it has as much to do with material yield as anything. Any lumber I buy to a nominal size is usually on the low side of the allowable tolerance. For example If I need an actual...
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    Keeping things clean

    Keeping my bench free of debris is always a battle. I've managed to collect a couple tools to help with that. They never need sharpening :)

    My now 40 year old drafting brush from when I pushed a...
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    I like them a lot. Here's a thread that goes into...

    I like them a lot. Here's a thread that goes into detail: https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?287898

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    I had a full Veritas Mk II Deluxe kit for a few...

    I had a full Veritas Mk II Deluxe kit for a few years. It was really nice, but rather fussy. I lined the standard blade clamp with leather to keep the blade or chisel from moving. A couple years ago...
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    This takes me back. I grew up on a hobby farm...

    This takes me back. I grew up on a hobby farm with all manner of critters. Newborn foals are very cute. Calves are fun too. My favorite were the Nubian Goat kids. They love to play when they're small.
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    My last few hunts have been unsuccessful as well....

    My last few hunts have been unsuccessful as well. I've been looking for a good user #5 for the last year. I've had six over the years but gave them away or sold them. It used to be there were so many...
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    I made a board with projection stops to set the...

    I made a board with projection stops to set the primary angle too. I set stops in 5 degree increments. When I want to add a small secondary bevel I just loosen the guide a bit and back the blade off...
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    Cyanoacrylate (Super Glue). Use the gel variety...

    Cyanoacrylate (Super Glue). Use the gel variety as opposed to the thin watery stuff. Make sure you place the brass where you want it because it will be there for keeps.
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    I'll second (third?) the suggestion of posting...

    I'll second (third?) the suggestion of posting photos to gather information. The crowd here is a good bunch and will be honest with you. Once you learn a little more about them you might follow up...
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    This plane isn't good for much besides fine...

    This plane isn't good for much besides fine trimming. The high angle of cut doesn't promise success on end grain.

    To quote Patrick Leach:

    This was a very popular block plane. It is like the...
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