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    Paul McGaha

    Official 2015 NFL Thread

    Thread Starter: Paul McGaha

    This will be a little different this year without a certain someone (KAB) complaining about how bad the Detroit Lions are (and bragging about how good the Michigan State Spartans are) but I thought I'd start a football thread for this year. My teams are the New Orleans Saints and the LSU Tigers...

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    Keith Outten

    FreeStuff Drawing - Premium Woodturning Set

    Thread Starter: Keith Outten

    FreeStuff Drawing from Carter and Son Toolworks The name of the winner of this drawing will be announced on February 11th, 2016 Premium Woodturning Set Includes: 5/8" Bowl gouge: Incredibly strong and sharp, our 5/8" Bowl Gouge offers an enhanced bowl turning experience. Made of M42...

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    Ed Gibbons

    Ouch--Getting Saw Stop

    Thread Starter: Ed Gibbons

    Spent some time in the ER and ended up seeing a hand surgeon. Just nicked the tip of my finger. Didn't look pretty but prognosis is good. Surgeon said that most table saw injuries happen after years of operation. Rookies are more focused but experienced woodworkers become too comfortable. I fit...

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    Prashun Patel

    Walnut Cabinet

    Thread Starter: Prashun Patel

    Caveat: I'm not doing this entirely by hand, but since my dovetailing is largely manual, I figured it's fair. I'm making a small walnut cabinet and started dovetailing the carcass today. I finally started using the 'blue painters tape' trick to mark my pins. On this dark wood, I can finally...

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    Todd Burch

    Building my inventory of logs

    Thread Starter: Todd Burch

    I picked up a couple shorter water oak logs (red oak family) over the weekend. I'm collecting logs, so when I get a mill, I'll be ready. ;) These two logs are ~36" diameter (one 36 @ small end, one at the big end). They are 6.5' - 7' long. Log was too heavy to even move when a full 13.5' long....

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    Curtis Niedermier

    Anyone using a Stanley 5 1/4??

    Thread Starter: Curtis Niedermier

    I stopped at a little flea market type place the other day. It's the kind of place that buys out estates and then resells all the junk...I mean, stuff. I found a box of odd and end tool parts, nails, sandpaper, and this and that. Among the detritus was the rotted out remnants of a Stanley 5 1/4....

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