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    Nice find. I have a converted #3. Use it all the...

    Nice find. I have a converted #3. Use it all the time. Enjoy!
  2. I forget you timeline, but you might want to...

    I forget you timeline, but you might want to order your new slider now...and you might have when you move to your next shop the way things are going!

    I'll be very interested to hear about your...
  3. Hi Mike, I don't have any real experience...

    Hi Mike,

    I don't have any real experience either, though have dreamed of having the time to be in your position (retirement is a decade + away)! I'm not sure you'd get much traffic with CL, so...
  4. Just remember, a man cannot have too many...screws

    Just remember, a man cannot have too many...screws
  5. Very nice done! And welcome to the slippery...

    Very nice done! And welcome to the slippery slope ��
  6. I agree-i've been working on my for three years...

    I agree-i've been working on my for three years now and you're ahead of me! I can see why you didn't think you could fit the slider...
  7. Phil, thanks for sharing the clocks--somehow I...

    Phil, thanks for sharing the clocks--somehow I missed them go by in the spring! And I agree that veneered small projects can keep one occupied for a long time.

    Mike, I think you could do very...
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    Beautiful piece and sorry to hear that the client...

    Beautiful piece and sorry to hear that the client backed out. Best of luck with finding a buyer-I'm sure they'll be happy when you do.
  9. OMG, i feel your pain. But really, that's almost...

    OMG, i feel your pain. But really, that's almost artistic. And remember, suffering comes from attachment... I'd round the edges and _maybe_ fill with resin and move on. Well, maybe turn it into a...
  10. Hi Mike, Thanks for the insights on the red...

    Hi Mike,

    Thanks for the insights on the red grandis-seems like a great wood for small scale projects. The snakewood was a good choice. And your pace is impressive... As always, thanks for...
  11. I have had 3 of the shapton pros for going on a...

    I have had 3 of the shapton pros for going on a decade and use as splash and go, usually after hollow grinding. 1k 5k and 13k. No complains though the 5k is a bit sticky as others have reported,...
  12. Good that you have his gauge. I agree you could...

    Good that you have his gauge. I agree you could easily use as a single point gauge. You could also drill and install new pins or a cutting knife on the end of the gauge. The former would take some...
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    Well done! I like the idea of the magnets- need...

    Well done! I like the idea of the magnets- need to find a better way to hold some of my odd shaped saws....
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    Sounds like a good project. Haven't much...

    Sounds like a good project. Haven't much experience using, but sagulator says .02" sag with those dimensions with a red oak shelf.

    https://woodbin.com/calcs/sagulator/
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    Late to the game here, but here's an unsolicited...

    Late to the game here, but here's an unsolicited endorsement of Tom's hardware. Just used to make 6 dovetailed drawers and worked flawlessly.
    ...
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    Hi Jen, I have LV large scraper and it is a...

    Hi Jen,

    I have LV large scraper and it is a bit fiddly to use as a scraper. But there are a couple good YT videos out there. That said, I love the plane with the fine toothing blade as it is an...
  17. In a similar vein: ...

    In a similar vein:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VM9O3zAR1b8&t=6s
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    Looks like a great home for a full selection of...

    Looks like a great home for a full selection of tools that all get used. Thanks for sharing.

    Best,
    Chris
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    Nice gloat Tom! I'd love to come across that...

    Nice gloat Tom! I'd love to come across that combination-would be the end of my issues.

    FWIW, the LV lead time looks to have dropped to 2 July and I'm headed in that direction.

    Best,
    Chris
  20. Jim, Thanks for that hack! Works like a...

    Jim,

    Thanks for that hack! Works like a charm. That part of this thread has been super useful. The rest has been tough on my wallet... I didn't know the LV guide was out but now have one on the...
  21. Great looking chair and will look forward to...

    Great looking chair and will look forward to seeing progress on the others.
  22. I too have been mystified by the search function...

    I too have been mystified by the search function on smc-I often can find threads that I’ve started when jay the the thread title...!
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    Thanks for sharing your story-woodworking and SMC...

    Thanks for sharing your story-woodworking and SMC have been a salve for me through several challenges as well. Hope things are smoothing out for you and your family.
  24. Jim, yes, hard to spend effort on a 'temporary'...

    Jim, yes, hard to spend effort on a 'temporary' situation. I am glad to have the hoses off the floor and to be done with connecting/disconnecting! Good luck with the decisions and have been...
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    Steve, I lived in upstate NY for several years...

    Steve, I lived in upstate NY for several years and do miss the rust hunting. Out here, it is all by mail I'm afraid.

    Erich and Michael, yes, I would plan to use the LV blade I have in the LN if I...
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