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    I used my hand planes today

    Although I own hand planes, I do not often use them. I do own a surface planer, but, I do not own a jointer.

    I have rough cut lumber. To make one edge straight, I usually use either a track saw...
  2. excretable? I looked up the definition and I am...

    excretable? I looked up the definition and I am still confused. :confused:
  3. I did not know if you needed to break in an...

    I did not know if you needed to break in an Arkansas stone or not; since I have not previously used one. I wanted something that I did not need to worry about flattening (or almost never), not that I...
  4. I am under the impression at this point based on...

    I am under the impression at this point based on everything everyone has said that the stones that I have are perhaps not as fine as they would suggest, at least they do not perform as such for me. I...
  5. Wife came home and I asked her.... She said "oh...

    Wife came home and I asked her.... She said "oh yeah, I moved them and know right where they are. I never would have found them.

    My other surgical black and my translucent, which should be...
  6. The annoying thing is that I have a set of four...

    The annoying thing is that I have a set of four (medium, hard, surgical, translucent, where surgical and translucent should be the same), but I cannot find them right now. I am blaming my wife and...
  7. Sounds like I need to do some more serious...

    Sounds like I need to do some more serious "testing" to see what is going on with this.
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    I will "change them up" next time I do a large...

    I will "change them up" next time I do a large piece.
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    When I shot photos and videos for my in-laws 50th...

    When I shot photos and videos for my in-laws 50th anniversary party, it was dictated to me that I would wear a fancy suit. I was the best dressed person there. I was also the only person rolling...
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    Thanks Jim. I have spent a lot of time trying to...

    Thanks Jim. I have spent a lot of time trying to improve these and I was really happy how that joint went together. They just keep getting better and better. Well, mostly they do, sometimes I have a...
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    Exactly correct, he just said it wrong. It is...

    Exactly correct, he just said it wrong.

    It is why I always place the tails on the sides. I was very sad when I saw I had done it wrong. This is a that I will use to store a few things such as...
  12. Yes, that is labeled as "black surgical".

    Yes, that is labeled as "black surgical".
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    Masonry bit, would not have guessed, but, it...

    Masonry bit, would not have guessed, but, it makes sense.

    Those bits cleaned up well.
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    Wow, that is a nice haul. On my next trip out to...

    Wow, that is a nice haul. On my next trip out to your shop, you might be asking me.....

    "Is that a saw and a bunch of augers you sneaking out in your pants, or are you happy to see me?"

    Be...
  15. how long to wear in an Arkansas stone?

    Especially when touching up an edge, I grab my water stones. For touching up, I got from my 6,000 Shapton to my 16,000 Shapton and then an undressed strop (sometimes). Been using them for years and...
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    My dovetails are improving

    I cut the tails first, mark the pins with a knife and then cut inside the knife line. When I cut my first drawers, it took me hours to cut a single drawer. The more tails / pins in a single cut, the...
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    Do you already have something that you can use to...

    Do you already have something that you can use to sharpen? Stones, honing guide, sand paper, etc?

    I started with a simple honing guide, sand paper, and a flat piece of granite. I have lots more...
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    I would say that anything they ever say about any...

    I would say that anything they ever say about any capability it hype. They did it with 3G, 4G, and now 5G.

    The game is similar to the following:



    Engineers develop a new idea with...
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    I will be interested to see what they do with it.

    I will be interested to see what they do with it.
  20. I have not had any exposure to classified...

    I have not had any exposure to classified material in this space, so....

    I believe that some of the techniques are still in use today. I could speculate which techniques are likely to be in use;...
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    Can you be more specific as to which hammer? I...

    Can you be more specific as to which hammer? I looked at hammers and did not see a "Japanese hammer" at Lee Valley, but I only spent a few minutes looking at it. Is this a hammer to adjust a plane?
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    Mortise and Tenon is nice I think. I recently...

    Mortise and Tenon is nice I think.

    I recently read an article (recent means this year) with instructions on building a knock down draw horse, which looked interesting. I don't remember which...
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    I would be very worried about how it will behave...

    I would be very worried about how it will behave at the seam, but, I know that it has been done.

    https://www.popularwoodworking.com/woodworking-blogs/repair-a-shattered-sharpening-stone/

    I...
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    On the other hand, there is a ton of woodworking...

    On the other hand, there is a ton of woodworking that I am unable to do even if sharpened to a perfect edge!
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    I had a plane similarly out of flat so I...

    I had a plane similarly out of flat so I flattened it with some sand paper on my workbench. Did not take long and it made a difference. There were other things causing problems as well such as...
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