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    Kev Williams

    Self-driving cars--seriously?

    Thread Starter: Kev Williams

    I'm perfectly fine with self-braking cars, and self-parking cars, but I for one DO NOT want to share any roadway whatsoever with a self-DRIVING car. I'm worried enough about driving next to human-driven cars, especially when on one of my bikes. At least humans can usually hear HORNS. I...

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    Jefferey Scott

    Oklahoma Homestead 40x80x12

    Thread Starter: Jefferey Scott

    Hey guys, I'm in the early planning stages for a workshop that will be used as both a woodworking shop and a metal fabrication shop. I'm trying to figure out how much lighting I can afford to put in and have a rough floorplan with 21 - 4 foot 4 bulb high bay fluorescent fixtures (at about $60 a...

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    Matt Meiser

    Belly mower to zero turn time savings?

    Thread Starter: Matt Meiser

    Has anyone here gone from a compact tractor with a belly mower to a zero turn? My dealer is telling me I can cut my mowing time on my John Deere 4110 with a 60" deck down by about 50% if I go to a Husqvarna commercial unit with a gas engine and 60" deck. In addition, he's saying I can mow even...

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    Matthew Hutchinson477

    Why Do You Own A Try Square?

    Thread Starter: Matthew Hutchinson477

    Virtually everyone I see, it seems, has both a try square and a combination square. As I am beginner, I figured there was some very basic reason that my lack of experience prevented me from understanding. Don't question the experts, right? Well here I am, a couple years into this endeavor, and I...

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    Derek Cohen

    The kitchen is finished!

    Thread Starter: Derek Cohen

    Well, finished except for two side panels, but Lynndy has given me time off to build a piece of furniture :) This post is to conclude what I started, for those interested in kitchen builds ... and, I guess, woodwork. The earlier posts I made - about building Shaker-style doors, and hand...

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    Billy Dodd

    poplar for workbench?

    Thread Starter: Billy Dodd

    I came across some 12/4 poplar and was wondering if it would be strong enough for a workbench. I know it's not maple, but around here hard maple seems hard to come by. Billy

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