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    Rob Holcomb

    Home Depot Workers make me shake my head

    Thread Starter: Rob Holcomb

    Today, I put together my new band saw. It was wired for 220v and didn't come with a cord or plug. So off to Home Depot I go. I buy 10/3 wire and a plug and head back home. I wire the saw up and after finishing putting everything together, I want to fire up the saw to test it out. The plug I bought...

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    Phil Thien

    Texting while driving?

    Thread Starter: Phil Thien

    I know there are laws against, but I see more texting while driving than ever before. It seems like if I am next to another car on a two-lane road, that there is about a one in ten chance that the other driving is texting. Under thirty-YO people, mostly. It has altered the way I drive. I...

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    Adam Stevens2

    Sharpness Epiphanies

    Thread Starter: Adam Stevens2

    Was wondering whether others in this group had the same or similar epiphany I had today regarding sharpness in their tools? I've probably been bumbling along for a year or so thinking my blades were pretty sharp, but after today I've seen the error in my thinking. I got myself a set of new Narex...

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    Russell Neyman

    Woodturning Deaths?

    Thread Starter: Russell Neyman

    Somehow, a flurry of dialogue over "the inherent possibility of serious injury" in Woodturning. Okay, okay, I understand the need for eye and lung protection, but as long as we stay clear of the line of fire (the area directly opposite the axis of the wood) I think we're safer than riding in a car....

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    Michael J Evans

    need new drill...corded,cordless???

    Thread Starter: Michael J Evans

    Hi guys, i royally screwed up my old made in usa 1/4 corded skil i had. Took it apart just to look at it and i put it back together but think i Didnt have one of the brushes just right cuz it fried the little spring inside... it still sorta works but i need /want a new drill anyways(not much...

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    joe maday

    just finished- English Oak Bachelors Chest 1730-1740

    Thread Starter: joe maday

    Here is a look at my latest piece, It is an English Bachelor's Chest in English Brown Oak, Georgian period 1730-1740. It was derived from a photo in the Stevens and Whittington book, 18th Century English Furniture.. using "third phase construction" methods. Hand dovetailed poplar carcass, English...

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