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  1. Thanks Dick, I like that and very likely will buy...

    Thanks Dick, I like that and very likely will buy one since it is not expensive.

    The other sander should be here in a few days.
  2. Thanks Mark, appreciate your insights. I did...

    Thanks Mark, appreciate your insights.

    I did some contemplating on this and decided that since I used to use a dynafile at a previous job (building stainless tanks) so I would order one with a...
  3. Nice work, Mark! I size the column heads roughly...

    Nice work, Mark! I size the column heads roughly by Bridgeport with router bits and they have a very nice radius right off the machine. I trim that following the identical profile by rasp to bring...
  4. Die Grinder, Dynabrade sanders, experience users input needed

    I've been detailing chair arms, typically by hand via rasp and so forth. I plan to continue doing that but I want to finish them with a decent sanding routine that will help me blend tight radius...
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    OK hold outs :D $75 shipped for the big one.

    OK hold outs :D $75 shipped for the big one.
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    That’s a very nice saw, Mark! I agree totally...

    That’s a very nice saw, Mark! I agree totally and appreciate your post as I have been in a similar pursuit for some time but recently decided to approach it with considerable seriousness. I...
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    I have used this PEC tools square daily for 8...

    I have used this PEC tools square daily for 8 years now, works fine and works neatly for how I use it. Holds OK, but I can push the blade out of position if I bump it.

    I decided to check some...
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    Thanks, Mark! Ive been assembling a decent...

    Thanks, Mark!

    Ive been assembling a decent metrology kit in addition to this and it has really helped make the work much more efficient. Amazing how much time is saved by something as simple as...
  9. Not at all, straight tenons are required for...

    Not at all, straight tenons are required for strength. Angled tenons are all short grain. Barring something unusual angled mortises have no ill effect.

    The difficultly is a wash, they’re equally...
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    Hah! Thatís cool, and now youíve got approval to...

    Hah! Thatís cool, and now youíve got approval to make shoji screens for the workshop Iíd say :D
  11. Nice work, Jim!

    Nice work, Jim!
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    Mitutoyo is my preference also, in general. I...

    Mitutoyo is my preference also, in general. I have mainly mitutoyo precision tools with the odd starrett here and there. Mitutoyo seems to retain very high quality on their basic tools in addition...
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    Neat work, Derek. The project is coming along...

    Neat work, Derek. The project is coming along well.
  14. Jim, the winding sticks should be about 12-16”...

    Jim, the winding sticks should be about 12-16” long. Any longer and they will be difficult to balance on an edge.
  15. Interesting theory William, that makes good sense.

    Interesting theory William, that makes good sense.
  16. First thing is to forget about the ticking clock,...

    First thing is to forget about the ticking clock, and the wood will win every battle so it needs to become an ally.

    Next, you need better prepare yourself for this job. You need a longer...
  17. I'm still not quite understanding why he does...

    I'm still not quite understanding why he does that, seems like it would be a cause for future problems as well, given that wood does not necessarily stay tight forever I would expect it to drop onto...
  18. Taking a closer look, you are correct they’re at...

    Taking a closer look, you are correct they’re at the front. I’m not sure if the purpose, the mystery continues.
  19. Please put this feud to rest.

    Please put this feud to rest.
  20. I like to think if it as my toolbox of technique....

    I like to think if it as my toolbox of technique. My go-to is to set the chipper but I keep everything in mind for odd circumstances where it is needed.

    As example, I made rails for shoji with...
  21. Chris ran a few boards for me to see the super...

    Chris ran a few boards for me to see the super surfacer in action. These are amazing machines.
  22. Looks like the back of the case to me, and also...

    Looks like the back of the case to me, and also that it simply hits the back of the drawer to stop it.
  23. I’m not sure how to answer, can you further...

    I’m not sure how to answer, can you further explain your question?
  24. Downside to a back bevel is that it makes a very...

    Downside to a back bevel is that it makes a very blunt cutting edge. If my normal edge is 30 degrees, a back beveled edge is 40 degrees easily.

    Ive used one on rabbet planes in cranky wood, but...
  25. Itís for a drawer stop you can see it at 2:23 in...

    Itís for a drawer stop you can see it at 2:23 in video 3/6.

    Venting the air behind the drawer below/above would drive the user nuts.
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