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    Thread Starter: Keith Outten

    FreeStuff Drawing from Carter and Son Toolworks The name of the winner of this drawing will be announced on February 11th, 2016 Premium Woodturning Set Includes: 5/8" Bowl gouge: Incredibly strong and sharp, our 5/8" Bowl Gouge offers an enhanced bowl turning experience. Made of M42...

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    Ed Gibbons

    Ouch--Getting Saw Stop

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    Spent some time in the ER and ended up seeing a hand surgeon. Just nicked the tip of my finger. Didn't look pretty but prognosis is good. Surgeon said that most table saw injuries happen after years of operation. Rookies are more focused but experienced woodworkers become too comfortable. I fit...

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    Prashun Patel

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    Caveat: I'm not doing this entirely by hand, but since my dovetailing is largely manual, I figured it's fair. I'm making a small walnut cabinet and started dovetailing the carcass today. I finally started using the 'blue painters tape' trick to mark my pins. On this dark wood, I can finally...

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    Brian Holcombe

    Medicine Cabinets - Build thread

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    Evening! Building a pair of medicine cabinets for my house to replace some real junkers installed by the original builder. These will set into the wall and reveal about 2" of the cabinet. This first cabinet is the prototype, so there will be limited photos of the process, but the second one...

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    Keith Winter

    Purchasing Thunder Laser - Mars 130 Timeline and review

    Thread Starter: Keith Winter

    Hi Guys, I've decided to take the leap and order a Chinese laser for cutting. Figures crossed it all goes well. ;) Here's what I ordered. If you see anything I missed let me know. It's my intention to update this thread as things progress since I don't see many Thunder Laser reviews on here,...

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    Barry Richardson

    Any Serious Lathe Owners Here?

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    I'm in the market for a new lathe and I want it to be my last, I've been looking at the Robust American Beauty as well, but the Serious has a few features I like better, in a nutshell, it's bigger, and I plan on turning big gnarly stuff. Its near the same price as the American Beauty too. But I...

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