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    I'M having the same issue. Curious what others...

    I'M having the same issue. Curious what others have to say.
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    Very cool way to hide the joint and bring the 2...

    Very cool way to hide the joint and bring the 2 halves together. And add a flourish. Very nicely done - as usual.
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    Very cool piece Ed. 2nd what Ken said - the...

    Very cool piece Ed. 2nd what Ken said - the painted interior really makes the cherry in the the upper section pop. Well done.
  4. 2nd this. I'm currently shopping for a small one...

    2nd this. I'm currently shopping for a small one to keep a narrow blade in. I have a 1412 and love it. Changing the blades isn't hard just a PITA.
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    I think that's the 3rd Schrodinger joke in this...

    I think that's the 3rd Schrodinger joke in this thread. Very cool
  6. Mike - Learning new skill is, as you say, pretty...

    Mike - Learning new skill is, as you say, pretty cool. Just figuring out new ways to do things is fun too.

    As for the box, all I can say is that as I get older I suffer fools less and less, and...
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    Table's looking real good Mike. Nice work! I've...

    Table's looking real good Mike. Nice work! I've used the first method: built out the sides to flush with the legs, then added a runner. On the last set I did I added UHMW low friction tape to the...
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    the combination is great John - the sapele really...

    the combination is great John - the sapele really looks great with the oak. Simple clean lines let the wood be the star of the show.
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    Thanks Phil - just one of those things. Some...

    Thanks Phil - just one of those things. Some paying work came in, some honey-dos floated to the top of the barrel, my day job came back for a while, etc. But it's not in the fire pit yet, so who...
  10. That's just plain cruel Brian. LOL. Reason 1:...

    That's just plain cruel Brian. LOL.

    Reason 1: splinters
    Reason 2: dust
    Reason 3: you better get really good and fast at sharpening your tools.
    Reason 4: please make a video of trying to flatten...
  11. Wow Mike - another beauty. You really do fine...

    Wow Mike - another beauty. You really do fine work my friend.
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    Beautiful work Julie. Whatever beating you took...

    Beautiful work Julie. Whatever beating you took making those walnut slabs for the top was worth it. Looks wonderful.
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    Rockler has these...

    Rockler has these on sale:

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    You could check out Small Box Hardware, and D....

    You could check out Small Box Hardware, and D. Lawless Hardware, and Van Dykes Restorers. But I feel your pain - I've never found anything in the middle, and I just spent 40 bucks for 2 hinges for a...
  15. Thanks for the post Rob. The consumer-shipping...

    Thanks for the post Rob. The consumer-shipping relationship a pretty complicated machine. I also found the following vid pretty interesting. lumber
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    Eric - Popular Woodworking had an interesting...

    Eric - Popular Woodworking had an interesting article about curves back in Feb of 2020. I was looking at it the other day and would be happy to scan it and email it to you tomorrow if you PM your...
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    Very nice Paul. Clean, crisp work and a very...

    Very nice Paul. Clean, crisp work and a very solid design. Really well done.
  18. What a great cradle Malcolm. Mine would be my...

    What a great cradle Malcolm.

    Mine would be my Stickley table / desk.

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    All writers of fiction will at some point find...

    All writers of fiction will at some point find themselves abandoning a piece of work - or find themselves putting it aside, as we gently say.
    - Martin Amis

    I suppose we all have encounter a...
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    I've been using the 3/4 resaw king for 2 years...

    I've been using the 3/4 resaw king for 2 years and it still cuts great. I resaw a lot of QSWO and walnut. That blade stays on the saw unless I'm cutting curves.
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    What Mel said combined with "Huh, wonder if...

    What Mel said combined with "Huh, wonder if this'll work" can produce some interesting stuff. I really like the chair - and the wood used for the back is great. I wouldn't be surprised if that piece...
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    Humidor is on hold pending a design...

    Humidor is on hold pending a design betterfigurethisshitout session. But got started on a wedding box for my niece.

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    And got a couple of orders for some custom pieces, so that's...
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    Thx Dave - I'll give the Aurora a try.

    Thx Dave - I'll give the Aurora a try.
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    ^^ voltaren works great for me as well. Shoulders...

    ^^ voltaren works great for me as well. Shoulders and hands. Funny thing is every time I've had a trigger finger released surgically (5 times so far) it has helped with the arthritis. My doc says...
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    Onadaga finish

    I have a client that likes that Stickley Onadaga finish. Anyone ever come up with a method that makes for a close approximation? Looks a lot like Jeff Jewitt's 2nd sample on his site.
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