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    David Weaver

    Beech Jointer Build

    Thread Starter: David Weaver

    I thought I'd put this in a separate thread, I changed my mind. There will be less talk about the mortise, wear, etc, it's all covered in the cocobolo smoother thread here. http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?218832-Cocobolo-Smoother-Build-2 This beech is courtesty of Prashun...

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    David Weaver

    How many professional woodworkers using no power tools? ....

    Thread Starter: David Weaver

    How many professional woodworkers use no or generally no power tools? And by that, I don't mean guys who teach classes and give demos or have blogs. I mean not subsidized by that mickey mouse stuff or any other income. This is triggered by warren's comment in another thread about a professional...

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    Brian Hale

    Oak vs. Ash

    Thread Starter: Brian Hale

    How similar are these two woods apperance wise? I'm doing a kitchen island, desk and TV stand for the inlaws and money is tight. I can get Ash for $1.49 bd ft and Oak for $2.09 and i'll need about 175 bf ft for the project. I assume i'll need to fill either wood for a smooth writing surface on...

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    Andrew Kertesz

    Winter's Coming!! Snow Blower Suggestions

    Thread Starter: Andrew Kertesz

    I have a single stage snow blower but after last winter it about killed me and my arthritis is getting worse. I'm looking for a 2 stage self propelled (not necessarily multi-speed) snow blower in the $600.00 range. Anybody have any suggestions on which to buy and/or stay away from? Thanks...

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    Mike Holbrook

    Jointer Planes

    Thread Starter: Mike Holbrook

    I have been thinking about a Jointer plane for some time now. I have taken my time on buying this plane because I plan to buy a quality plane. I believe this is a tool that may benefit from more in terms of manufacturing precision and features. I have some experience now with BU/LA, older Stanley...

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    Edward Mitton

    How many of you Creekers are musicians?

    Thread Starter: Edward Mitton

    Hi, All, I've noted a lot of the posters here build all kinds of instruments. It's very likely that to build a quality instrument, one should also know how to play it. How many of you play professionally or semi-pro? As for me, I play violin (both electric and acoustic), guitar (again,...

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    Howard Acheson

    Adjustable rip fence

    As far as I know, that type of fence needs to be purchased in Europe. It's standard on European table saws by law as I recall.

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    steven c newman

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    John Bion

    corel ?

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    Howard Acheson

    Wood Movement Challenge

    Where did the picture come from? Is it a commercially made item?

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    John Coloccia

    Jointer Practices

    If I'm doing more than just a couple of boards, I put a check on each jointed or planed surface. :::shrug::: The whole cursive F/V/whatever thing always

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