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    I make do with my regular shop bench and this...

    I make do with my regular shop bench and this vise. Just curious what features did you want in your bench?
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    Have a look at these ones. I'm working on my...

    Have a look at these ones. I'm working on my second baritone from a set of their plans. They have good detail and the download lets you have full size plans printed,very helpful for us beginners.
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    "I remember there was something similar...

    "I remember there was something similar available. The filters hung right behind the user's neck"


    The resp o rator is a commercial product that works well with a beard. It uses a snorkel...
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    first ukulele

    My first try at musical instrument building,a baritone ukulele. It has a nice tone and good volume and sustain so I've started on a second one.




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    check this site. They specialize in stock for...

    check this site. They specialize in stock for musical instruments and sell it in thicknesses of 1/8 in.Their prices are good for the higher end material they sell and they're in Chilliwack so...
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    Two links one to a snorkel type respirator...

    Two links one to a snorkel type respirator
    http://duxterity.com/resp-o-rator/

    and another to air mask type.
    https://www.rockler.com/trend-air-circulating-airshield-pro-34492
    I have a full...
  7. Have a look in the Lee Valley hardware catalog ...

    Have a look in the Lee Valley hardware catalog

    http://www.leevalley.com/en/home/OnlineCatalog.aspx?id=844ce2b9
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    Look for Bioflame denatured ethanol,sold as fuel...

    Look for Bioflame denatured ethanol,sold as fuel for tabletop fireplaces. Canadian Tire,Rona and Home Hardware all carry it.Costs about $8/litre and works well with shellac flakes.Same thing as...
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