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    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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    Keith Outten

    FreeStuff Drawing - Premium Woodturning Set

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    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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    Lasse Hilbrandt

    Which smoothing plane

    Thread Starter: Lasse Hilbrandt

    I know this must be a topic which has been discussed to death over and over again. Nevertheless I need some piece of advise on which smoothing plane to buy. I have Stanley no 7, a LN no 5, and Stanley no. 4. Im not really using the Stanley 4. I find it a bit bulky. I think I need an alround...

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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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    Roger Chandler

    G0766 - Sounds

    Thread Starter: Roger Chandler

    On one of the other threads I read last night and this morning, there were questions regarding the "sounds" or "noises" that come from the new G0766. I began my third project this morning since receiving my unit. This mornings project was the biggest blank I have put on the lathe so far, and...

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    Casey Carr

    First mortise

    Thread Starter: Casey Carr

    How long should it take to cut a mortise? I'm building a base for a friend's butcher block top that he wants to use as a work bench. In order to try new things, I'm building it like a real work bench, just scaled down. Double mortise and tenon for the legs in the shoes. It took me two hours to...

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    Brice Rogers

    G0766 - Sounds

    Tommy et al,
    I received a replacement spindle on Monday after waiting since around Oct 1. So, I am presuming that they sent me their current design

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    Bill McNiel

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    Brice Rogers

    G0766 - Sounds

    Doug, you are correct, the bearings are shielded and not sealed. I wouldn't worry much about the casting sand but suspect that if there is an issue that

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