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    Thread Starter: Allan Speers

    Long story short: We have a HUUUGE family of chipmunks that now live all around our house. I guess it keeps them safe from predators. They aren't cute anymore, causing a lot of damage to the lawn, shrubs, etc. Ca anyone suggest the "best" way of eliminating them? I don't care about keeping...

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    Milind Patil

    Best 10" table saw blades

    Thread Starter: Milind Patil

    I am not sure if this topic has been chewed on this forum already. Can experienced folks here suggest the best 10" table saw blades that will give super clean cuts ? And is there not any blade that can give joint quality cuts for both ripping and cross cutting (so that I don't need to deal with...

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    Aaron Craven

    Buffing questions

    Thread Starter: Aaron Craven

    I've had a few bowls recently that didn't have quite the sheen I wanted (primarily on oil finishes), so I've decided to pick up some buffing equipment. I'm not a big fan of wax for most items, so I'll probably skip the carnauba step (though I'm buying all three wheels in case I change my mind). I...

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    george wilson

    What You Should Be Learning

    Thread Starter: george wilson

    There are endless threads about sharpening tools here. Every day it seems someone posts a new one. But,sharpening is not an end in itself. I have seen more convoluted ways to sharpen than I care to recall! The worst is BUFFING your edges. Sharpening is important,and it was the first thing I...

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    Keith Winter

    Windows 10 forced upgrade this month

    Thread Starter: Keith Winter

    So the time is finally here for everyone that has been delaying upgrading to Windows 10, per Microsoft you have to upgrade by July 29th 2016, or you will get charged to upgrade in the future. A couple of questions... Anyone running reworks v8 on a Windows 10 pc, does it work ok? Anyone...

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    ken hatch

    Three New Stones

    Thread Starter: ken hatch

    It must be stone day :p: It is a sickness I know but.....I've three new stones on the bench and one more "in the mail." Two of the stones are JNats and the other is a Norton Hard Ark. The two JNats are Suita's from different mines and both can be considered 95% finishing stones. The only...

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