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    I have ordered Baltic Birch plywood, custom...

    I have ordered Baltic Birch plywood, custom ripped, from my local millwork shop. Today is day 5 of 12 in a row for me, I told him the earliest I could pick the plywood up was 04-22. I have a...
  2. This can be a bigger rabbit hole than buying a...

    This can be a bigger rabbit hole than buying a wood lathe, and you are in downtown. I do not skin anaheims for salsa, but I do roast and skin jalapeno's for salsa. It is a thing, like rake and...
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    Get a cat.

    Get a cat.
  4. This exactly. I went surfing around last night...

    This exactly. I went surfing around last night looking at how other folks on the internet have built these. My goal is to build stuff my grandkids can hand down to their children in good working...
  5. When do breadboard ends look out of proportion?

    What I have is 52" cut to length stock for a desktop, seasoning in my home office greater than one year. It is QSWO and I paid through the nose for some beautiful stuff. The new software my...
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    Thanks for the strong back pictures, I struggle...

    Thanks for the strong back pictures, I struggle with images also.
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    Fair enough. I went looking a little bit, there...

    Fair enough. I went looking a little bit, there are, per wikipedia, about 300 recognized species in the genus Delphinium and I have no idea which one mine are. I am in climate zone 1 or 2 depending...
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    I have heard of that called a "fox joint" with a...

    I have heard of that called a "fox joint" with a single wedge, but when I internet searched it I found plenty of fox joints with two wedges. Interesting.
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    Sounds very frustrating. Everything I own that...

    Sounds very frustrating. Everything I own that says L-N or Veritas on it is good stuff. I have never owned a Wood River product, can't comment.

    What is the return policy on the Rob Cosman 4...
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    The nerves of bone are in the periosteum, a thin...

    The nerves of bone are in the periosteum, a thin membrane on the outside surface of the mineral deposit of the bone.

    Mayo clinic has a pretty good header page with links to psoriatic and osteo and...
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    The boat looks great. Nice job, both of you. ...

    The boat looks great. Nice job, both of you.

    Curious about the strongback with only two legs under it. Do you know, or can you find out, how thick the side rails are? It looks like a 18 foot...
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    I keep enough dandelions around for the bees to...

    I keep enough dandelions around for the bees to keep coming by and notice when my raspberry canes blossom. They tell their hivemates and my raspberries get pollinated. I usually freeze about five...
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    I did think of one other thing. If you can come...

    I did think of one other thing. If you can come up with tenons at 1/2 x 1x 1 inches like Mike and Mark talked about, and have it look good to you, well, that thing will very likely be strong enough...
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    For 1.5 inch square oak versus bed side table/...

    For 1.5 inch square oak versus bed side table/ night stand loads I agree you have a lot of flexibility. No wind load, no snow load, probably no one dancing on it. I would stick with 1/2 for the...
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    I saw a kit for a kerfing plane just recently. I...

    I saw a kit for a kerfing plane just recently. I think it was a blackburn. It was an inexpensive kit and possibly a fun build. get abox of parts, make a kerfing plane. I don't own the veritas...
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    How are you cutting your blanks? CNC? Scroll saw...

    How are you cutting your blanks? CNC? Scroll saw and patience? They (both of your recent saw handles) look great to me.
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    https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?279868-Ski...

    https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?279868-Skill-building-soap-dish
  18. The main thing (seems to me) is how heavy is your...

    The main thing (seems to me) is how heavy is your chop going to be, and how far are you going to be opening the chop routinely. I think the heavier your chop is and the wider you want the jaws with...
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    This is an impressive thing. I got my layout...

    This is an impressive thing. I got my layout tools out the other night to look them over. The number of layout tools I own that I think highly enough of to make a frenched drawer for in north...
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    My great grandpa called those stone drills. The...

    My great grandpa called those stone drills. The trusting assitant holds the bit upright on the stone and rotates it between sledge strikes while praying to not be maimed by whoever is swinging the...
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    I am getting the hang of my duplicator, but one...

    I am getting the hang of my duplicator, but one step of that is leaving my pattern oversize so I can smooth the already mentioned rough surface using a planing cut with a skew or sand or whatever.
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    I like it a lot even though I try to avoid red...

    I like it a lot even though I try to avoid red oak for tool handles. I especially like how crisp the top and bottom profiles are still after the grip shape is more refined. 100 years from now...
  23. One week in and I am overall ecstatic. I do plan...

    One week in and I am overall ecstatic. I do plan to post in this thread again in about a month, late August 2020 near the end of my wet season, and Feb/Mar 2022 at the end of my next dry season. I...
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    I don't know if it matters because none of my...

    I don't know if it matters because none of my things have failed, but the way I learned to do it is to orient the wedge so that neither the leg or the seat can be split by the wedge getting driven...
  25. I saw that thread and decided to keep my mouth...

    I saw that thread and decided to keep my mouth shut in case I could learn something. I would use a dremel to get close and finish with a file. The idea of snapping metal things in a vise makes my...
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