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    Peter Quinn

    Seeking Info on bow front divided light door

    Thread Starter: Peter Quinn

    I may have a job upcoming requiring bow front divided light french entry door pairs, maybe panels and glass too. Anyone ever run across any good links to methods of work for this type of thing? I have a few old theory books but can't find much in the way of real practical applications using...

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    Phil Thien

    Can't we leave the TP alone?

    Thread Starter: Phil Thien

    http://www.jsonline.com/business/when-you-gotta-go-toilet-paper-maker-ditches-the-tube-b99337680z1-272647141.html They're beginning to make toilet paper with no center cardboard roll. They claim environmental benefits (last time I checked the center rolls were biodegradable and the basis for a...

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    Sean Troy

    Decent square

    Thread Starter: Sean Troy

    I have two squares I've had around for a long time. I went to square up the fence on the new cross cut sled I'm trying to finish and one square says dead on the other shows 1/16th" off. I guess I could use a decent square around the shop anyway so are there any suggestions for a new one? Thanks,...

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    Russ Ambrose

    quick electrical question

    Thread Starter: Russ Ambrose

    getting ready to wire the new shop and have a quick (hopefully) question. i understand that 10-3 wire is generally used to facilitate a 30 amp circuit, but is there any reason (code or safety) that i couldn't run 10-3 wire but instead use a 20 amp breaker and 20 amp plug? i only need 20 amp...

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    Rich Engelhardt

    How early is too early to work outside?

    Thread Starter: Rich Engelhardt

    I have quite a bit of routing I want to get done. I usually roll my router table out into the driveway to use it. I don't want to cause a neighborhood disturbance with the whine, but, I also don't want to get stuck out in the direct sun in the heat of the day (temperature is forecast to be near...

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    ian maybury

    How to reduce suction on waterstones?

    Thread Starter: ian maybury

    I've had lots of airtime and help recently, but here goes again. It's becoming clear that wider flat backed blades (plane blades, wide western chisels) develop quite a lot of suction on waterstones once they truly are flat (on Shapton professionals in this case) - far more so than hollow backed...

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