• Jim Neeley

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    How Do You Handle Mistakes (Votes: 29)

    1. It depends on purpose, client, use, etc. (Votes: 13)

    2. Repair if possible or necessary. (Votes: 19)

    3. Conceal the mistake and keep quiet. (Votes: 2)

    4. Start over. (Votes: 3)

    5. If it doesnít weaken or make it ugly, let it go. (Votes: 4)

    6. Leave as reminder to pay attention next time. (Votes: 3)

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    Kev Williams

    focus issue with the fiber, likely of my own doing-

    OK-- I pulled the scanhead off and removed the sides so I could explore

    First thing I did was look down the pipe to see if there was anything

    Kev Williams Today, 3:39 PM Go to last post
    Patrick Chase

    Basic skill building exercises?

    Just ignore the part of Joel's commentary that deals with cap irons :-).

    Patrick Chase Today, 3:37 PM Go to last post
    Patrick Chase

    Basic skill building exercises?

    I taught myself full and HB dovetails (and FB/mitered to a lesser extent) by making a bunch of boxes with each. They had no real purpose other than to

    Patrick Chase Today, 3:36 PM Go to last post
    Doug Fisher

    Glowforge release

    I remember when I first went to find out information about the GF and seeing the reference to 3D printing but then being confused when I could not find

    Doug Fisher Today, 3:35 PM Go to last post
    John TenEyck

    Spraying bin shellac

    If you are spraying it on a porous substrate it might come out a little rough for the first coat, just like Sealcoat shellac will on some substrates.

    John TenEyck Today, 3:35 PM Go to last post
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