• Dennis Puskar

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    How Do You Handle Mistakes (Votes: 13)

    1. It depends on purpose, client, use, etc. (Votes: 5)

    2. Repair if possible or necessary. (Votes: 11)

    3. Conceal the mistake and keep quiet. (Votes: 1)

    4. Start over. (Votes: 2)

    5. If it doesn’t weaken or make it ugly, let it go. (Votes: 3)

    6. Leave as reminder to pay attention next time. (Votes: 2)

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    Jim Koepke

    Objectifying edge quality

    For me sharp is when only one row of angles are able to dance on the edge. When it gets a bit dull they can dance in two rows or more.

    jtk

    Jim Koepke Today, 3:27 AM Go to last post
    Doug Garson

    Wood for bandsaw reindeer

    Or cedar, I wonder if they are related?

    Doug Garson Today, 2:54 AM Go to last post
    Patrick Chase

    Objectifying edge quality

    So fundamentally pointless, though. At

    Patrick Chase Today, 2:26 AM Go to last post
    Patrick Chase

    Objectifying edge quality

    Yeah, your implied point that one can easily go overboard with this stuff is right on the money. If I were going to measure sharpness (I probably won't)

    Patrick Chase Today, 2:23 AM Go to last post
    Jerry Miner

    Wood for bandsaw reindeer

    I've made reindeer successfully with pine and cherry. I think you can use whatever species you have available. Here's a (poor) pic of a set from cherry:

    Jerry Miner Today, 1:59 AM Go to last post
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