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    Contact the local woodworking club. They are...

    Contact the local woodworking club. They are hidden around, but they have lots of experience with this. Our club actually has a position called "Community Support" who helps with sales, classified...
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    OK, now you're just making me jealous. Do you...

    OK, now you're just making me jealous. Do you transfer patterns from pieces you have seen or photographed or do you just design it on your own? If you are doing this on your own, I would suggest you...
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    Again, excellent. Your patterns are spot on.

    Again, excellent. Your patterns are spot on.
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    As a collector of Native American art, you NAILED...

    As a collector of Native American art, you NAILED IT! That is gorgeous and very authentic. As long as you just send pictures (but not of the bottom), it looks like pottery. Great job.
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    Puzzle Boxes by Jeff Vollmer - ISBN:...

    Puzzle Boxes by Jeff Vollmer - ISBN: 978-1-55870-847-1
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    I believe that Amazon uses the same algorithm to...

    I believe that Amazon uses the same algorithm to set prices that the airlines use for their ticket prices, namely a dart board about 50 feet away and a blind-folded thrower. When they actually hit...
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    Or, as Yogi Berra said, "It is difficult to make...

    Or, as Yogi Berra said, "It is difficult to make predictions, especially about the future."
  8. OK, very limited experience. I've just moved over...

    OK, very limited experience. I've just moved over to T-Mobile this week. I have not streamed any movies yet, but I have put my computers on the Wi-Fi. Right now fast.com shows a speed of 220 Mbps and...
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    That is phenomenal. Really gorgeous. You need to...

    That is phenomenal. Really gorgeous. You need to revise your signature. You are unequivocally the master.
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    Rich, I stand in complete awe of your research...

    Rich,

    I stand in complete awe of your research capabilities!!! I was my club's Resource Director (i.e. Librarian) for 15 years and I did a lot of research for our members, but finding a part...
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    Great news. Now that you are in my neck of the...

    Great news. Now that you are in my neck of the woods, feel free to come visit our club - Fox Valley Woodworkers. You don't even have to have your shop set up. It's a little hike for you, but I think...
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    Walnut shaving mixed with liquid (Remember, horse...

    Walnut shaving mixed with liquid (Remember, horse stalls seldom have indoor plumbing) is really bad for horse hooves. Don't know about llamas, alpacas, or donkeys, but I wouldn't risk it. Walnut...
  13. HEAT! Hit it with a heat gun while it is setting...

    HEAT! Hit it with a heat gun while it is setting up. The heat brings the bubbles to the surface and allows them to dissipate before it sets up. You don't want to cook it, but you have to keep the...
  14. I just acquired a pin router. This set could be...

    I just acquired a pin router. This set could be very useful. Please include my name as well.
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    Great pictures! And great inspiration. Thanks for...

    Great pictures! And great inspiration. Thanks for sharing. (And I agree, Switzerland is amazing. I really want to go back there and spend more time.)
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    I'm with Mitch. It looks like spalted maple to...

    I'm with Mitch. It looks like spalted maple to me. I had over 400 board feet of alder and it looks nothing like that. I looks exactly like the wood database picture.
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    If you could replicate them, the sawmills would...

    If you could replicate them, the sawmills would pay you a ransom for them! That would eliminate a LOT of waste.
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    Looks like you did a great job. I'd be interested...

    Looks like you did a great job. I'd be interested in seeing what your jig looks like.
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    The stuff I have - in a typical rattle can size -...

    The stuff I have - in a typical rattle can size - says right on the can "sprays 18 feet." And it does. No hose or anything. Just don't want to throw that can into a fire. Must have a little pressure...
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    Working Bradford Pear

    I need to see if what I am experiencing is just normal. I had a Bradford Pear in my front yard that was pretty in the Spring. I found out later that they are an invasive species. Anyway, it died...
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    The plastic does turn easily, but I have had it...

    The plastic does turn easily, but I have had it come off in strings that whip you hands. I started wearing work gloves to get the plastic off. Once the plastic is off, the maple turns beautifully....
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    When it is cut green, it is about the color of...

    When it is cut green, it is about the color of Mountain Dew. It does turn browner as it dries, but fresh cut is REALLY an interesting color. If you do a road trip to visit John with a log, swing my...
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    Ah, yes. MaŮana!

    Ah, yes. MaŮana!
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    Bear in mind that adding insulation to the door...

    Bear in mind that adding insulation to the door adds some weight. You may have to adjust the springs and the garage door opener might not be strong enough to open the heavier door. Something to think...
  25. I can't speak to everything, but I can answer #1....

    I can't speak to everything, but I can answer #1. I bought a 1972 Craftsman 10" radial arm saw and kept it until just a few years ago. I can tell you that the safety kits for the saws did not go back...
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