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    The apple doesn't fall far from the tree --...

    The apple doesn't fall far from the tree -- Something to be proud of for sure. Great looking piece. Is it hollow?
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    John, Can you tell us what your carbide bits are...

    John, Can you tell us what your carbide bits are please? Spade, jobber,etc.
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    John, all I did was highlight, copy & paste. Not...

    John, all I did was highlight, copy & paste. Not sure why it works most times and not others.
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    The table below indicates air pressure at...

    The table below indicates air pressure at elevations below and above sea level.



    Altitude Above Sea Level
    Absolute Barometer
    Absolute Atmospheric Pressure


    feet
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    Robert, I'm trying to figure out what your blank...

    Robert, I'm trying to figure out what your blank looked like before turning. I get the grain pattern on the left, but the pattern on the right is baffling to me. Was the blank a curved branch? That...
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    Jeff, would both the dutchman and epoxy work,...

    Jeff, would both the dutchman and epoxy work, completely filling in the void?
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    John, Did you melt, mold, grind, or shape the...

    John, Did you melt, mold, grind, or shape the glass somehow to get the raiin drop?

    Looks very professional to me.
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    John, I would like to copy the pedestal if it's...

    John, I would like to copy the pedestal if it's ok. How did you fasten the walnut "tray", and how did you fasten the bowl to the "tray"?
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    Steve, what does SW mean? Still wet? sideways?...

    Steve, what does SW mean? Still wet? sideways? south west? some where?
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    I am quite fond of the manual chainsaw.

    I am quite fond of the manual chainsaw.
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    Alex, You are probably right: It is doable. But...

    Alex, You are probably right: It is doable. But not by me, at least not yet. I don't know enough about microwave propagation to feel comfortable working with it, so until an expert on the subject...
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    Maybe some of the smart people here would be able...

    Maybe some of the smart people here would be able to develop an affordable, refrigerator size RF kiln. Vacuum and heat - no problem. The RF I believe is the stumper.
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    Barry, A thrift store may have a pair of slightly...

    Barry, A thrift store may have a pair of slightly used blades, with 6 or 8 wheels for 2 bucks. If the shaft size is the same, I would use the highly calibrated finger nail test to determine the...
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    Anyone know what the magic "stuff" is that is...

    Anyone know what the magic "stuff" is that is used in the video to help provide greater friction between the jam block (?) and bowl?
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    I would flip coins. All your options sound great.

    I would flip coins. All your options sound great.
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    "Your bandsaw weighs more when you leave the...

    "Your bandsaw weighs more when you leave the spring compressed instead of relieving the tension"

    :D:D:D:D:D

    Brandolini's law definitely applies to the politics of today....
  17. Yep! Seems like everybody in Rochester worked for...

    Yep! Seems like everybody in Rochester worked for either Kodak or Xerox. Started at Xerox in 74 as a service rep, then went on my own in 85 - to present. I saved a couple of blowers for the same...
  18. Barry, I think that motor cam out of a 9000...

    Barry, I think that motor cam out of a 9000 product: low in[put volume, high hg lift, like a vacuum motor, but has more of a balance with a little more volume and a little less lift. I do use one of...
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    Hopefully you can see the "defects" (?) on the...

    Hopefully you can see the "defects" (?) on the base of this 10" unfinished butternut dog dish. I used a hose clamp on the base to stop the crack progression and warping in that area. It worked...
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    I use hose clamps. There isn't much spring, so...

    I use hose clamps. There isn't much spring, so they need to be tightened periodically.
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    http://www....

    http://www. aawforum.org/community/index.php?threads/demagnetize-a-lathe-tool.8467/
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    Thankx John for the info. Since I lack the...

    Thankx John for the info. Since I lack the dexterity to be a brain surgeon, I would have to fabricate some sort of XYZ axis control with a LARGE magnifying lens. But I am curious as to how to orient...
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    I would be interested in the secrets of the...

    I would be interested in the secrets of the entire process including the type of wood, the orientation, tools, speed, all that stuff. Is this something you would share, or are you challenging the...
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    John K wrote: I built a bigger shop but if I had...

    John K wrote: I built a bigger shop but if I had to I'd use the garage again.

    May I ask why?
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    Are you going to let us in on the secret(s)?

    Are you going to let us in on the secret(s)?
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