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  1. I went online to find a 1/4" x 24 TPI tap and...

    I went online to find a 1/4" x 24 TPI tap and found one at ,Mutual Screw & Supply. I will check the screw size when I go down to shop tonight. I don't know if the screw diameter is .218 or .250.
    I...
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    The only one I use is a stanley that has a fixed...

    The only one I use is a stanley that has a fixed replaceable blade. It is so much better to use then the retractable ones.
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    Someone mentioned Phil Lowe passing, and I just...

    Someone mentioned Phil Lowe passing, and I just spent the past few days watching him teach his wood working skills ,"The Art of WoodWorking", on youtube.

    I like the way he teaches and his work...
  4. MTO did my NIMh batteries in my 14V Makita drill...

    MTO did my NIMh batteries in my 14V Makita drill quite a few years ago. Still going strong.
  5. I use my small shop vac with my 1013 and the...

    I use my small shop vac with my 1013 and the tapered end of the vac extensions fits into the dust port on the 1013.
  6. I also use these and highly recommend. A little...

    I also use these and highly recommend. A little pricy, but they go on easy, stay on and you can buy replaceable cleats. They are a necessity at my place and keep me walking this time of year. I got...
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    Just saw the table John. You did a fabulous job...

    Just saw the table John. You did a fabulous job on everything. It is nice to hear that someone enjoys the outcome, of your years of experience in making and finishing wood furniture, and doing it...
  8. I got out my block plane and went over the edges...

    I got out my block plane and went over the edges of plywood I used for my tablesaw sled after removing a small dagger type splinter from my finger the other night.I used construction plywood being...
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    Happy Birthday Sawmill Creek, and a big Thumbs Up...

    Happy Birthday Sawmill Creek, and a big Thumbs Up to Keith , his Mrs., and all who volunteer and participate in its future.
  10. Another beautifully, artistic piece Edwin. Your...

    Another beautifully, artistic piece Edwin. Your work is really reaching the limits of, this is really as good as it gets.
  11. This quote speaks volumes to my wife and my life....

    This quote speaks volumes to my wife and my life. The more I try to help, the worse it gets.

    My wife and I have a very good and lasting relationship, but it is darn hard for me, and her, because...
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    This is such a good topic you have brought up...

    This is such a good topic you have brought up Rob. And I can so relate to all that is said here.
    I have been trying to do some type of wood working since finding this sight in 2009. But living in...
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    You don't have to apologize for preaching Ron....

    You don't have to apologize for preaching Ron. You have given us some excellent advise that is extremely important, and, as you have said, often overlooked.

    By gradually removing the outer surface...
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    I gotta say Bill, Your dresser build had me going...

    I gotta say Bill, Your dresser build had me going for awhile. It is so unusual I didn't know what to make of it.( I don't get out much.) But it has all come together really well and I find it rather...
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    I had this problem for years and finally found...

    I had this problem for years and finally found these work boots and have used them ever since. If the tread is agressive enough for you then they work pretty good for not holding rocks. And the boots...
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    If anybody deserves this to happen to them it is...

    If anybody deserves this to happen to them it is You Mike. I have admired your work ethic and all of your posts here. This post has brought some cheer to alot of us her, I think.
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    I've found the OLson AllPro blades to cut really...

    I've found the OLson AllPro blades to cut really well and last a long time ifyou do not hit any metal. I also resharpen them with a diamond and then ceramic file quite a few times.
    I have a 14"...
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    A2 does not warp in heat treat like O1. Their...

    A2 does not warp in heat treat like O1. Their commitment to A2 is for less labor costs.
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    Phil, You are too modest. That table is...

    Phil, You are too modest. That table is priceless. I would love to see all of the posts of the work, combined with the end pictures, and posted somewhere on the site: to inspire others to try to...
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    Really nice box Chris. Your wife must be...

    Really nice box Chris. Your wife must be delighted, I know I am.
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    Bill, I was hoping to post before you bought the...

    Bill, I was hoping to post before you bought the stool. I have a really bad back, and i could never sit in a stool like that. It looks like a bicycle seat and if it is then it would make my sacrum...
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    I nice way to clean your hair brushes id to set...

    I nice way to clean your hair brushes id to set them outside and let the birds pick them clean. works like a charm.

    My wife cuts my hair and we throw it on the ground for the birds too.
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    Nice picture Lee! The chicadees are always the...

    Nice picture Lee! The chicadees are always the first to find anything we put out for them, or the other birds. They are the least afraid, and most inquisitive of all of the birds we have.
  24. Nice work Brian!

    Nice work Brian!
  25. Oskar, You could just recess the pipe 1/4" or so...

    Oskar, You could just recess the pipe 1/4" or so into top of bench. Then chamfer the holes.
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