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    I am curious about what has happened to the...

    I am curious about what has happened to the cookies. Have you processed them or still letting them dry? Has checking been a problem? I would favor any project that keeps them largely intact. A wall...
  2. Your post is inspiration for me. Thanks!

    Your post is inspiration for me. Thanks!
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    Small walnut end table/bookcase

    Finally moved this project upstairs from the shop. Essentially Mission style with my design. The case is 24L x 11W x 24T and all joints are M&T with dovetail ends for the top front rail. It is my...
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    Thanks, Matt. A pleasure to watch a master at...

    Thanks, Matt. A pleasure to watch a master at work.
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    Revival of an old thread that answers some of my...

    Revival of an old thread that answers some of my questions about this project. I would love to achieve similar results to Bob's, the original poster.

    Brock's web site lists tools to use for...
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    Very nice, John. Great proportions and contrast....

    Very nice, John. Great proportions and contrast. It will get better with age - sorta like woodworkers.
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    You know, Justin, they were waiting for your...

    You know, Justin, they were waiting for your purchase before they put them on sale. :) How do you learn of their sales? Thanks
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    Would the Woodmizer, etc. sawmill be able to...

    Would the Woodmizer, etc. sawmill be able to flatten one side or even both? The one I operated could take lengths down to 48" and, IIRC, could go as low as 6/4 thickness. Shims underneath could bring...
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    You have a real stumper. Since no one else has...

    You have a real stumper. Since no one else has offered, I will take a shot based on general characteristics of wood. I have no experience with purpleheart. The grain is highly figured so I guess...
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    Finely balanced and immensely appealing. Love the...

    Finely balanced and immensely appealing. Love the combination of textures and lines. Thanks for sharing.
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    Both the GF and the Minwax water based walnut...

    Both the GF and the Minwax water based walnut stains were too dark with dominant blackish tones. Transfast dye was easy to use and to control for color density. However, some of the lighter brown...
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    Please let us know if you find any difference...

    Please let us know if you find any difference between the Shelix heads. I have the OEM on my machine. Installation was no problem. Thanks
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    Great results. Love both of them.

    Great results. Love both of them.
  14. Thanks for this idea. Last month, my peg board...

    Thanks for this idea. Last month, my peg board shelf collapsed with my 5 water stones inside their plastic containers and fell bout 5' to the concrete floor. All cases were destroyed and the stones...
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    Thanks for the update. I am not surprised that...

    Thanks for the update. I am not surprised that you had tension in the front apron with that figured grain. Glad it worked for you.
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    Just re-upped for another year. Thanks to you and...

    Just re-upped for another year. Thanks to you and all who make this treasure trove a reality.
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    Dying and toning black walnut

    Have a small set of bookshelves assembled and need help matching colors of walnut. Different pieces have colors that range from purplish grey to medium brown to deep purple brown. My guess is that...
  18. Flat sawn wood changes with humidity and...

    Flat sawn wood changes with humidity and temperature differently than quarter sawn. A mixture of these in different proportions would behave differently although for smaller panels it may not amount...
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    Nice work especially the joints and curved sides. The grain pattern on the back is something I would have highlighted either on the front or lid. That's just me, though. Thanks for sharing!
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    The Gamble house also contains white oak mission...

    The Gamble house also contains white oak mission furnishings and cabinets in office, a bedroom and kitchen areas. I am not sure who made the pieces, but they were impressive.
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    Those are quite special. Good luck holding them...

    Those are quite special. Good luck holding them together. If you get checking, you can adapt. Thanks for sharing!
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    Looks great! Would you mind sharing info on...

    Looks great! Would you mind sharing info on finishing steps? Thanks!
  23. Matt, I am unable to navigate the image site you...

    Matt, I am unable to navigate the image site you used. I set up an account but cannot find arrows or buttons to move around your file. Thanks
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    Lee Valley recently added...

    Lee Valley recently added https://www.leevalley.com/en-us/discover/sharpen-net sharpening resource. It covers hand sharpening materials and jigs. High quality info as usual from LV.
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    How can the center panel pivot on one side when...

    How can the center panel pivot on one side when the adjoining panel pivots on the same axis? Does anyone know of such a hinge? The hinge must be fixed to the frame in some fashion for the outer...
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