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    randall rosenthal

    "old money"

    Thread Starter: randall rosenthal

    i started this piece on january 15th. i have diligently recorded the process. i hope you enjoy watching this come together. i'll post a few photos over time. it starts with me gluing three pieces of white pine to make one solid block........

    Last Post By: William A Johnston Yesterday, 10:29 PM Go to last post
    Mike Holbrook

    Grinding and shaping bevels

    Thread Starter: Mike Holbrook

    I am still not happy with the time I spend restoring and repairing bevels on vintage or heavily used tools. I am growing a little desperate to find a way to speed me through sharpening so I can get back to projects. I have a Tormeck and a belt sander, which seem to produce flat facets across bevels...

    Last Post By: ian maybury Yesterday, 2:59 PM Go to last post
    Mike Henderson

    Story on Lumber Liquidators

    Thread Starter: Mike Henderson

    Looks like Lumber Liquidators got caught selling flooring with high formaldehyde levels - story here. Mike

    Last Post By: Scott Shepherd Yesterday, 3:15 PM Go to last post
    Keith Pleas

    Ridgid & Home Depot

    Thread Starter: Keith Pleas

    Like many of you I have some Ridgid tools - I can't remember the particular decision processes, but we all know that Ridgid offers a Lifetime guarantee if you go through the steps within 90 days of purchase. I did all of that with the SCMS and TS I bought in 2008. I still have the emails...

    Last Post By: Bruce Wrenn Yesterday, 10:56 PM Go to last post
    Marty Tippin

    SawStop Sliding Crosscut Table

    Thread Starter: Marty Tippin

    I was looking at the SawStop at the local Woodcraft over the weekend and they had it set up with the SawStop sliding crosscut table attachment. http://www.sawstop.com/crosscut I pretty much fell in love with it and believe I'll have to include it when I buy my SawStop in the next few months....

    Last Post By: John Sanford Yesterday, 5:39 PM Go to last post
    Rich Riddle

    Hole Too Large for Screw

    Thread Starter: Rich Riddle

    During the course of taking down doors, sanding, painting, and reinstalling them, a couple of the holes are too large for the screws. These are screws that hold a thumb lock mechanism for the bathroom door. It's only on the inside and the screws are very short so they won't interfere with the throw...

    Last Post By: Rich Riddle Yesterday, 7:57 PM Go to last post