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    To add, Ed seems to specialize in user grade...

    To add, Ed seems to specialize in user grade stuff. Not so pretty, maybe a ding or two but certainly can be tuned up to work. Jim's stuff tends to be higher-end and so is priced accordingly. Been...
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    As mentioned, there are sometimes $20/pair sets...

    As mentioned, there are sometimes $20/pair sets listed. It takes patience. Took me maybe 3 years of patience to find such a set and that was a while back. It was, however, when he still ran his...
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    They won't be the cheapest but check if Jim...

    They won't be the cheapest but check if Jim Bode's site has a "harliquin half set" available. His stuff is generally of good quality but typically priced near the top of the value scale.

    A...
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    I think a thicker shelf just looks better in a...

    I think a thicker shelf just looks better in a bookcase.

    The https://woodbin.com/calcs/sagulator/ is a good place to get a feel for how much things could possibly sag. It makes assumptions about...
  5. Thread: Saw drift

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    Honest Labor: The Charles H. Hayward Years...

    Honest Labor: The Charles H. Hayward Years description
    “Honest Labour” is a collection of essays from The Woodworker magazine while the legendary Charles H. Hayward was editor (1936-1966). This book...
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    If you liked the pages, you'll love the book... ...

    If you liked the pages, you'll love the book...

    You can find used copies with a little searching and Lost Art Press re-issued the book with updated photos.

    But a quick check shows that copies...
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    And for those with problems visualizing it, here...

    And for those with problems visualizing it, here are the (all I hope) the relevant pages from Robert Wearing's The Essential Woodworker. A list of his books at archive.org :...
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    Have you browsed the Vectric hosted forums? There...

    Have you browsed the Vectric hosted forums? There is a lot of good info buried in there.

    It might take me a while to find it again but there is a very good discussion of the v-carve inlay...
  9. Occasionally you will see doweling auger bits...

    Occasionally you will see doweling auger bits show up. They are shorter and of correct OD. Full length ones, if they will fit the bushings, can act like levers and pull the jig off to the side as you...
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    Can't say anything about them yet but these...

    Can't say anything about them yet but these popped up in Amazon search for something else:
    https://smile.amazon.com/Spear-Jackson-9500R-Brown-Silver/dp/B0043YN9BQ

    They list a 22 inch 10ppi and a...
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    These days, unless you pay for F360, you'll find...

    These days, unless you pay for F360, you'll find the CAM portion has quite a few limitations. The more advanced toolpath options are disabled and you can't include tool-changes in a single file. So...
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    Clean! And yeah, that's not a vice chop, that's a...

    Clean! And yeah, that's not a vice chop, that's a VICE CHOP!

    Add a dash of alcohol to the end grain to soften it just a bit while shooting. I've found it really does help.
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    I stocked up with the Jessie stuff I mentioned...

    I stocked up with the Jessie stuff I mentioned about 6 months ago and so haven't checked on the MicroCenter in Overland Park, KS lately. Its about 30 minute drive for me so I don't just pop-in. And...
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    I've used Prusament and while it is very good....

    I've used Prusament and while it is very good. The people at Printed Solid make the Jessie and have similar equipment for verifying diameters as Prusa uses.

    I do like Prusa's spool design a...
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    I've had very good luck using Printed Solid...

    I've had very good luck using Printed Solid branded "Jessie" filament. https://www.printedsolid.com/collections/jessie

    They have been offering free shipping on orders of $45 or more for a while...
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    The MMU didn't get much love for the first year...

    The MMU didn't get much love for the first year or so of its existence. It went through a lot of updates in re-printed parts and firmware issues. Now I'm seeing people posting more positive opinions...
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    I have a Prusa MK3i built from kit and I have two...

    I have a Prusa MK3i built from kit and I have two of the Creality ender 3 printers. We use the two Creality printers at work for prototyping cases for electronics, mounting brackets, etc.

    The...
  18. I have a copy of the little book he flashes in...

    I have a copy of the little book he flashes in the scene. Later today I'll try and find it.

    I made one using up some left-over cherry a few years ago. The size isn't particularly important as you...
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    I use VcarvePro and the one time this was an...

    I use VcarvePro and the one time this was an issue (combining two STLs of Three-Stooges -- don't ask) I just used Meshmixer and did the work on the STLs there and exported a single STL to use in...
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    Had the same happen to a laminated mortise chisel...

    Had the same happen to a laminated mortise chisel some years back. Can't remember the brand but did have a Sheffield stamp in the side. It was a 5/16" model and happened in oak. Meh, I got it cheap...
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    It works well. And they had a "Shaper Session"...

    It works well.

    And they had a "Shaper Session" video about using F360. You can access them on their YT channel and at the company web page. They are generally helpful.
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    As Chris mentioned, the SO can do everything on...

    As Chris mentioned, the SO can do everything on your list. However to be clear, you cannot change cut depth on the fly. It is a fixed depth for the cut (plunge-cut-retract) move.

    As to...
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    A little song, a little dance, a little hide-glue...

    A little song, a little dance, a little hide-glue down your pants.
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    Turpentine should also work as a thinner and I...

    Turpentine should also work as a thinner and I believe flashes off a bit slower so it might provide some extra open time.

    Easy enough to do a little test. Three little cups, each with A-R-S. One...
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    Cheapest baby oil from the Dollar Store mixed...

    Cheapest baby oil from the Dollar Store mixed 50:50 with kerosene. Nice and thin and seems to work just fine for me on natural and man-made stones.
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