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    There is no specification or restriction in the...

    There is no specification or restriction in the NEC 2005 with respect to the orientation of a receptacle, either vertical or horizontal (both are acceptable). However, similar to Dave's comments,...
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    Rob: Good pickup, Rob! The inspiration...

    Rob:

    Good pickup, Rob!

    The inspiration actually came from two tables that David made on Woodworks. One was a triangular corner table made of cherry with an inlaid ebony border (show #310). No...
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    Richard: I have a 14" BS with a 6" riser block...

    Richard:

    I have a 14" BS with a 6" riser block and tall fence which works fine, as long as your saw is well-tuned and the fence is properly adjusted for drift angle. A drum sander is the preferred...
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    Frequently, we find endgrain obtrusive, and less...

    Frequently, we find endgrain obtrusive, and less desirable than face grain. In this project, I found the natural contrast affored by the maple endgrain compared with its neighboring lighter maple...
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    Thank you everyone for the flattering feedback. ...

    Thank you everyone for the flattering feedback.

    Richard:

    I began with a plank of bubinga 4/4 S2S, about 10" wide and 15' long. I selected the most figured portion of the plank and crosscut a 3'...
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    My first two projects

    Although I joined SMC about a year ago, I've only visited the site a few times. I'm relatively new to woodworking - probably an advanced beginner in skill level, but slowly improving as time permits....
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