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    This is my first post to the forum, although I've been a lurker for the past several months. I've been a hobby fabricator and racecar builder for several years, however recently I've started to develop more interest in adding wood working. I posted a few previous (non-wood projects) below, my...

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    Erik Loza

    Leaving the machinery business...

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    Friends, I was recently offered a position with company in a different segment of the wood industry (not a machinery competitor) and will no longer be representing Minimax or SCM Group. This all happened rather suddenly but the upshot is that it will put me in a position to help grow a brand in a...

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    Keith Miguel

    Does anyone know what happened to Adam Cherubini?

    Thread Starter: Keith Miguel

    Hello Gentlemen I am a great admirer of Adam Cherubini and his writings and workmanship. I see that he no longer contributes on the Popular Woodworking website and his own website hasn't been updated for some time. Does anyone know how to contact him? Thank you

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    Myk Rian

    Takeover ad on SMC

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    You have a problem with one of your advertisers. 3 times yesterday I got an ad with sirens, pop-up windows, virus warnings, etc. Had to Ctrl-Alt-Del to the Task Manager to shut the browser down. I know I'm not the only one as I brought up the question on another forum, and got a few responses...

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