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  • Recent Polls

    How Do You Handle Mistakes (Votes: 10)

    1. It depends on purpose, client, use, etc. (Votes: 4)

    2. Repair if possible or necessary. (Votes: 8)

    3. Conceal the mistake and keep quiet. (Votes: 0)

    4. Start over. (Votes: 1)

    5. If it doesn’t weaken or make it ugly, let it go. (Votes: 2)

    6. Leave as reminder to pay attention next time. (Votes: 1)

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    Jim Koepke

    Oops! Handling Mistakes

    It depends... My wife was looking at one of my shelfs and commented about how the chamfered edge was off a little. My comment was this is not high style,

    Jim Koepke Today, 11:19 PM Go to last post
    Warren Lake

    Kerf marks?

    I have a number of brands and years back when talking to BC i had to split a run of boxes they told me about the Kanafusa. When I finally go there for

    Warren Lake Today, 11:19 PM Go to last post
    John Schtrumpf

    Oops! Handling Mistakes

    I usually do one of these two, so I voted for both:

    2. Repair if possible or necessary.
    5. If it doesn’t weaken or make it ugly, let

    John Schtrumpf Today, 11:15 PM Go to last post
    Wayne Lomman

    Weird spots on wipe-on poly finish

    It's a contamination issue and could be from your initial coating. It looks like oil rather than silicone. You need to rework at least that area and the

    Wayne Lomman Today, 11:10 PM Go to last post
    Michael Larson

    Weinig 22n

    Marcy,

    I still have all 10 fingers, I did come close to lossing my pinky on my stetson ross, it's a risk you take when your woodworking

    Michael Larson Today, 11:10 PM Go to last post
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