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Thread: Resawing on the shaper. Yes, it can be done.

  1. Resawing on the shaper. Yes, it can be done.


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    Skydiving without a 'chute anyone? Or maybe ravenous croc wrestling? How about bungee jumping, only without the big rubber band?

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    Dingdangit....why did I watch that? Especially this close to bedtime....now I'm gonna have nightmares
    Always remember that you're unique. Just like everyone else.

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    I wonder if I could do that with my drill press ????

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    That guy has some fuzz on the kiwis, OR, his head is up his......... Either condition usualy leads to a disaster in the shop. One thing is for sure, I don't care to see his next video... yuck!
    If you can't fix it with a hammer, you have an electrical problem.

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    Labor laws there must boil down to: You get blood on my wood, you're fired!
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    Resawing on the shaper. Yes, it can be done.

    And he still has all his digits?

    And the sawbalde hasn't come apart yet?

    The most unsafe thing that I have ever seen.

    Maybe this guy needs a brain transplant?
    Dave Laird
    D and N Specialties (Laser Engraving)
    Pro Sales for Woodworker's Supply in Albuquerque, NM

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    Vietnam Vet With No Apologies

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    Sometimes It's better to Be a Little....

    Sometimes It's better to Be a Little....
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    Holy Snikes... that would be a darwin application, however the accident waiting to happen is only going to make it hard to sign his name... not remove him from the gene pool..


    Chlorine PLEASE!!!

    ugh...

    mike

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    Wow, I'm a rookie with old equipment, and that scares me.

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    That had to be done in two passes, no?

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    This is the most terrifying use of a shaper I have ever seen

    Anybody want to pitch in and help buy this guy a re-saw bandsaw

    I just posted the same video on the EZ forum because I found it as a link off one of Dino's Videos.

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    Hello,
    Sometimes I long for the "good old days".....

    When stupid people that ventured out of their caves got eaten by a saber tooth..


    *sigh*, now their modern counterparts put up video's and make movies (Jackass)..
    My granddad always said, :As one door closes, another opens".
    Wonderful man, terrible cabinet maker...

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    This could make for a great Red Violin part 2.....


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