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  1. I like it. What material did you use for the...

    I like it.
    What material did you use for the white panels?
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    Here's a new SHARPENING resource

    Looks like LV has gathered up various info together on ther site. They call it sharpen-net. LINK Might be a good resource for folks new to sharpening or those looking for alternate ways of...
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    I sand between later coats with a paper that...

    I sand between later coats with a paper that closely resembles a brown paper bag. I buy it at the BORG in a big roll. (I even use it for stropping plane irons occasionally.)
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    "it's going to make some nice carving stock." ...

    "it's going to make some nice carving stock."

    Man, it sure will. Do you have to do anything different to successfully dry a softer wood like that John? Or do you just vary the time in the kiln?
    ...
  5. Me too. Mr. Spangler's restorations are always a...

    Me too. Mr. Spangler's restorations are always a pleasure to see.
  6. No, all I see is the link to the review. Must be...

    No, all I see is the link to the review. Must be some config oddity because James IS seeing them. Good luck on your sale!
    Fred
  7. I have one of these and it's a lovely tool. I've...

    I have one of these and it's a lovely tool. I've always been glad I bought it.
  8. Pictures would help. Could be I'm unusual, but...

    Pictures would help. Could be I'm unusual, but "barely used" doesnt really help me. If I'm going to spend a couple hundred, I'd like to see the actual item for sale.
  9. How long has it been in use? What kind of...

    How long has it been in use?
    What kind of condition is it in? Pics from various angles would help one judge.
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    Agree 1/32" is too far off for furniture. The...

    Agree 1/32" is too far off for furniture.

    The OMGA is a great tool for what I've read. I'm not convinced you have to go that far (unless you just plain want to). I've found that once I set it up...
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    I would buy it if you can make the payments. They...

    I would buy it if you can make the payments. They arent making any more land. Plus it ties to property you already own. They only way you can go wrong is if you cant afford to make the payments or...
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    Yup! ........

    Yup! ........
  13. Thank you Steve. Those tweaks will make a good...

    Thank you Steve. Those tweaks will make a good product work even better for me!
    Fred
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    Good post! Enjoyed that!

    Good post! Enjoyed that!
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    I have one of these. It is a great tool and...

    I have one of these. It is a great tool and certainly my favorite hand plane.
  16. Yeah, foodsafe concerns me. Im guessing you could...

    Yeah, foodsafe concerns me. Im guessing you could find foodsafe dyes (food coloring, etc) but then you come up on durability as the next problem.

    But I googled >colored uhmw< and a bunch of hits...
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    Well that's really a bummer, isn't it? I'm sorry...

    Well that's really a bummer, isn't it? I'm sorry to hear it. There must be some difference between the 500X I have and the 750 model. As long as I follow the directions, the 500 works very well for...
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    How much have you used it?

    How much have you used it?
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    Jon, I'd try to call them and ask.. Then you have...

    Jon, I'd try to call them and ask.. Then you have a solid answer.
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    You can certainly grind them by hand. I have...

    You can certainly grind them by hand.
    I have the Drill Doctor and like it.
    Fred
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    I had an out of the box idea, in case nothing...

    I had an out of the box idea, in case nothing else turns out to be feasible. What about building a top using some kind of Torsion Box. You'd have to use the right materials, and work out how to...
  22. Looks like a good price. Did you make these...

    Looks like a good price. Did you make these yourself or purchase them somewhere?
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    Shouldnt be hard to do. From what I can tell,...

    Shouldnt be hard to do. From what I can tell, they seem to all go about like this:
    "She saw him. They locked eyes. He tore off her bodice, etc. He beat the bad guy. He tore off her clothes (again)....
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    I agree. That's a big reason I stopped reading...

    I agree. That's a big reason I stopped reading Tom Clancy. Loved his first 2 books, but by the third one he was just too "cookie cutter" to hold my interest.
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    Thanks for the idea and video Jason. You...

    Thanks for the idea and video Jason.




    You used Jatoba for a bench top? That's some hard, dense stuff. I'd love to see some pictures of that, in a separate thread. (Aside: Used to be a guy...
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