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  1. Poll: Phil, AFAIK, this stuff is a very thin oil...

    Phil, AFAIK, this stuff is a very thin oil designed to penetrate into end grain on butcher blocks. I wouldn't choose it for a film forming finish on a bowl. I use it on end grain cutting boards and...
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    Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds at rareseeds...

    Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds at rareseeds. Has some really nice stuff.
  3. Malcolm, did you source the heavy duty corrugated...

    Malcolm, did you source the heavy duty corrugated metal locally, or did you have to bring it in? Curious to know your source, if stateside.
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    I covered mine with the cutting mat from Jo-Ann...

    I covered mine with the cutting mat from Jo-Ann Fabrics shown in the background here. Not sure what it's made of, but it's about an eighth of an inch thick, cut resistant and cleans easily. Maybe a...
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    Many things at HD don't qualify for the discount....

    Many things at HD don't qualify for the discount. You can sign up for a pro account at HD and they will e-mail discount coupons, and entering your phone number at check out identifies your account...
  6. Slit/tongue drums are fairly easy to make.

    Slit/tongue drums are fairly easy to make.
  7. I also use it to label all my plastic bins.

    I also use it to label all my plastic bins.
  8. Thread: Drumsticks

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    Very cool! Making something like these sticks is...

    Very cool! Making something like these sticks is a great project...and they look very well done.
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    Thanks guys, and apologies to Andrew for the...

    Thanks guys, and apologies to Andrew for the thread drift, but I guess the sled info is still relevant. I agree with Jim on keeping the bit diameter in the 2" range. The carbide insert type is on my...
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    Another thought. At 20"x24" maybe a piece of...

    Another thought. At 20"x24" maybe a piece of Corian would work....sink cut out? I know some of it comes in 1/4" thickness, but the regular 1/2" thick pieces might not make the end result too heavy...
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    That's the way to do it! No such luck around here.

    That's the way to do it! No such luck around here.
  12. Just happen to have some on the bench in various...

    Just happen to have some on the bench in various stages of completion as a procrastination project. (They were supposed to be for this New Year's Eve, but will have to wait for next year. :rolleyes:...
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    You have the right idea to use it for accent...

    You have the right idea to use it for accent pieces. Makes great box tops too.
  14. Makes me a bit uncomfortable after twenty seven...

    Makes me a bit uncomfortable after twenty seven active duty years from Vietnam to the gulf wars, as it seems to have become somewhat cliché, and I always am obligated to say thanks for your support. ...
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    You can always build your own out of wood, or...

    You can always build your own out of wood, or metal. Mine uses 80/20 extrusions and Harbor Freight trailer jacks. I move the whole thing onto the driveway, level it off using the trailer jacks and...
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    Bill, I might, if I can find all the pieces. I'll...

    Bill, I might, if I can find all the pieces. I'll see if they are within reach.
  17. Try and put the log on the ground where it can be...

    Try and put the log on the ground where it can be safely worked on. I would carefully cut the log off at the base of the big rotten? branch on the multi-stem crotch and take a look at the quality of...
  18. Sean, Welcome to the creek. Glad you found us. ...

    Sean, Welcome to the creek. Glad you found us. As Tom said, you're looking at a chainsaw mill for in-place cutting... and not just any chainsaw mill. It will take a big power head or dual power...
  19. Those are awesome, Dave!!

    Those are awesome, Dave!!
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    Beautiful!! Very creative...and a nice...

    Beautiful!! Very creative...and a nice collaboration. No wonder your daughter loves it.
  21. Jim has a good suggestion. As an example, these...

    Jim has a good suggestion. As an example, these trays are just two of many we purchased back in the early nineties, when social obligations meant we hosted lots of parties, and have been in constant...
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    Good tidings of great joy to all!

    Good tidings of great joy to all!
  23. Favorite Christmas candy is the home made...

    Favorite Christmas candy is the home made brittle: pecan, cashew, pistachio, almond, etc. that I make for friends and family...about twenty pounds so far this year. We used to buy the little liquor...
  24. Thanks, Peter!

    Thanks, Peter!
  25. Done that. Not as easy as it seems. Lots of not...

    Done that. Not as easy as it seems. Lots of not available, out of stocks. They actually had it at the local big lots...got in one case and it sold out the same day. Interesting.
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