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    Joe romano

    Processing a Bowl Blank

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    Rodne Gold

    Chinese laser purchase/Shenui/Laserworks tips and tricks thread

    Thread Starter: Rodne Gold

    Considering a lot of us are going or have gone that direction , I thought it a good idea to combine our knowledge pool in one thread. So I have started one. Those of you that have already posted to other threads can perhaps repeat and consolidate the posts here or at least point to other posts on...

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    Robb White

    Imperial or Metric?

    Thread Starter: Robb White

    I have decided to get into woodworking and have acquired a number of tools and about to start buying woodpecker measuring devices 1281 square, 32" t-square and perhaps a story stick. The question is should I get imperial or metric? I have some green koolaid with plans for some more. The plan is...

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    Ken Frohnert

    So What Woodworking Related Gift(s) Did You Receive?

    Thread Starter: Ken Frohnert

    As a tool/woodworking nut ;) - I would be interested in knowing what woodworking related gifts other members received today? Please share - pictures of woodworking stuff are always great. :D Everyone is still asleep here (I love the early AM quiet on Christmas) - but I did get my self a Wixey...

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    Dave Beauchesne

    Chisel Refurb results

    Thread Starter: Dave Beauchesne

    I just finished an old D.R. Barton 1/8" chisel refurb tonight. It looks like a J. Jemison owned it at one time; I got it a a garage sale for a buck. The mark is a D.R. Barton 1832, which appears was used between 1873 and 1880. So, it is one of the oldest tools I own. Not much else say...

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    David Ragan

    Best HF tool

    Thread Starter: David Ragan

    A fellow who was a broker for power equipment told me yrs ago that the best brand @ HF is Chicago. Had a pneumatic paint shaker that was great. Needed frequent lubing, but was great. Lots of the plastic/rubber stuff has broken early on. Probably the most I have from there is the...

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    Ron Kellison

    CE Jennings socket chisels

    Thread Starter: Ron Kellison

    I have the opportunity to pick up an 8-piece set of CE Jennings socket chisels for $100. The handles are all in great shape, there are no nicks in the edges and no rust. They are presently packed in a roll which may have kept them from getting banged up over the years. I've never run into...

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