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    Patrick Chase

    Source for high-angle toothing plane?

    Thread Starter: Patrick Chase

    After Stewie's gentle prompting in another thread, I've gone off and read everything I could find on the topic, and realized that my exposure to toothing planes is grossly incomplete, limited as it is to toothed blades for low-angle BU planes. I'm therefore interested in acquiring a high-angle (80+...

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    Mike Dowell

    Sharpening frustration - I need a one-size-fits-all method

    Thread Starter: Mike Dowell

    Hey everyone! I need to sharpen my chisels and I'm frustrated. I keep putting it off because I believe I've over-thought sharpening, and now it has become some sort of a big shop obstacle, which it should not be. I've looked around, watched youtube videos, etc, and it seems like everywhere you...

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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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    Mike Henderson

    Hot Hide Glue Question

    Thread Starter: Mike Henderson

    When I do a project such as a chest of drawers, I usually use half blind dovetails to attach the bottom to the sides. I'm attempting to learn more about hot hide glue and want to do a project using it. Note the word "hot" for the hide glue. I'm not looking to use liquid hide glue, I want to use...

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    Stanley Covington

    Toolchest Lid-Mounted Tools

    Thread Starter: Stanley Covington

    Sawmill Creek is flowing sluggishly under the ice today, so I thought I would post something. Some of you may recall my mentioning in a post a year or so ago that I was reworking the methods of mounting tools inside the lid of my old toolchest. My day job has kept me very busy since then, but I...

    Last Post By: Stanley Covington Today, 3:22 AM Go to last post
    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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