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    I would also use the table saw as suggested above.

    I would also use the table saw as suggested above.
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    by Al Launier
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    Dave, you're right in that the politicians who...

    Dave, you're right in that the politicians who were involved with the Vietnam War were in fact from the "period" of the Greatest Generation, but I believe it was the politicians, not the people of...
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    Having experienced the same as above, from India...

    Having experienced the same as above, from India and/or the Philippines, after repeated calls from the same person (sounded like the same person, but hard to tell when they sound alike & talk so...
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    To get a good idea of where to install the...

    To get a good idea of where to install the sprinkler head I would suggest making up a few stakes with string attached whose length is about a couple feet shorter than the range of the individual...
  5. Thread: Keep Moving

    by Al Launier
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    I'm waiting for the Irobot lawn mowers to prove ...

    I'm waiting for the Irobot lawn mowers to prove themselves. ;) :D
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    I think Peter might have meant width instead of...

    I think Peter might have meant width instead of thickness. If the center strip was the same thickness as the shelves, but its width was (1/8" x 2) plus the kerf width of say 1/8" then ripping this...
  7. Thread: 16 winners

    by Al Launier
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    Tom, that was a wonderful thing for you to do! ...

    Tom, that was a wonderful thing for you to do!

    Dave I aplaude your service in Vietnam, a horribly politically abused and unappreciated war, fought for the right reasons preventing the spread of...
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    Make it look like another knot.

    Make it look like another knot.
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    My Signature

    My Signature
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    Well, I think you guys have explored all the...

    Well, I think you guys have explored all the possibilities. Thank you for that. I think I'll explore the options you've presented. I suspect that Sharpie may have the color I'm looking for, or I may...
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    If you are looking to have a set screw are you...

    If you are looking to have a set screw are you able to drill & tap a threaded hole through the hub, even if at a slight angle, or, if there is enough wall thickness at the bottom of the pulley "V"...
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    Thanks Jamie. However I'm looking for shades of...

    Thanks Jamie. However I'm looking for shades of blue for coloring the eyes, preferably with a reasonably fine point. I have to add that I don't have a steady hand with an artists paint brush, while I...
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    You might also apply some anti-seize to the shaft...

    You might also apply some anti-seize to the shaft once sanded.
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    Glad to see you had success. Obviously I'm late...

    Glad to see you had success. Obviously I'm late with a suggestion, but what I've done in the past providing the motor casing is substantial enough behind the shaft & is sufficient to withstand the...
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    Wood color pen source?

    I've recently gotten into chip carving and pyrography attempting to do some facial projects and am trying to find colored pens (for eyes) that are used on wood, or on top of spray lacquer. I mention...
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    I agree that 1/32" is adequate for most...

    I agree that 1/32" is adequate for most woodworking projects, but at the hobbyist size level 1/32" shows up like a sore thumb. I have a couple of Starrett 12" scales that I use for my hobbyist...
  17. Thread: Progress

    by Al Launier
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    https://sawmillcreek.org/image.php?u=4728&dateline...

    https://sawmillcreek.org/image.php?u=4728&dateline=1361024459Ole Anderson
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    Join DateMay 2005LocationHighland...
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    Unless I missed this above I'm curious what the...

    Unless I missed this above I'm curious what the tooth count is on the blade you've been using...24?
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    I've had a 48" L.S. Starrett steel rule in...

    I've had a 48" L.S. Starrett steel rule in Satin-Chrome finish for 50+ years. Couldn't be happier with it. NO: C404R. It has 1/64", 1/32", 1/16" & 1/8" graduations.

    Being curious I searched the...
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    How about pictures during & when completed?

    How about pictures during & when completed?
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    My initial thought was also to use a metal rod...

    My initial thought was also to use a metal rod (~3/16" dia.) under the treads to pull the sides together. If preferred, a slot (square or preferably rounded. i.e. bull nose router bit) could be...
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    Great buy! Can't go wrong with that jig. I really...

    Great buy! Can't go wrong with that jig. I really like my Jessem Jig. It's a quality tool, easy to use, and accurately positions the dowel holes.
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    My wife, daughter & I were fortunate to have...

    My wife, daughter & I were fortunate to have visited the Notre Dame a few years back. It was such a beautiful Catholic icon known throughout the world and such an inspiration for so many. So many...
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    My tools are all on casters. I'll pull them out,...

    My tools are all on casters. I'll pull them out, run the wood through a machine, parkit, then vacuum machine & floor. I don't leave a machine/floor dirty after each use in case I have to leave. I...
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    My EDC is a G-43

    My EDC is a G-43
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