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  1. Thanks Mel, appreciate your insights. I did not...

    Thanks Mel, appreciate your insights. I did not know if thinner was better or worse than thicker, which was the majority of my concern.

    It should be a better glue for the application but I will...
  2. That's happened to me with that sort of glue. ...

    That's happened to me with that sort of glue. The glue seemed to mix up fine after 1 year, but after "curing" in the press the panels peeled right off the substrate... they didn't peel off well...
  3. Thank you!

    Thank you!
  4. Thanks Jim! Much like broad axes, the...

    Thanks Jim!



    Much like broad axes, the scales are also multi-purpose. Honestly, I regret buying the glue every time I do. I've used similar stuff for veneer laminations and have been...
  5. I'll keep that in mind as I start to purchase...

    I'll keep that in mind as I start to purchase broad axes....they're multi-purpose!



    I tried wood weld, and I have no honest complaints about it, my glue lam separated mostly because I used...
  6. I agree completely, I think a single spindle...

    I agree completely, I think a single spindle makes for a wobbly arm in the future.
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    Nicely done Mike! I think the feet will be fine,...

    Nicely done Mike! I think the feet will be fine, they're relatively short and backed by corner blocks. Unless they catch on something while moving the cabinet (an event which will destroy nearly...
  8. Thanks Edwin! I did cover both of those...

    Thanks Edwin!

    I did cover both of those topics. ;) The arm support will not be revealed until it is created in entirely, I don't have a specific plan just yet, only an abstract.
  9. Indeed, there will be a support, though it will...

    Indeed, there will be a support, though it will be more involved than a spindle. In attempt to have a more modern appearance than a Windsor chair I've decided to make a molded shape for a support.
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  10. Tea House Chair - Back and Arm Rests

    Good morning! I've been moving along on the tea house chair, saving the table for future posts once the chair is completed.

    Please have a read, and I look forward to your comments.

    I'll note...
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    Thanks for the help with this from those who...

    Thanks for the help with this from those who replied. I'm having difficulty finding exactly what I'm interested in, so I plan instead to have a new Japanese Draw knife made.
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    Masterfully done!

    Masterfully done!
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    With box store SYP, there is somewhat of an...

    With box store SYP, there is somewhat of an assurance that they will most certainly cup. They're kiln dried....but likely still quite damp. If you are gluing up alternate the growth rings on...
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    Howdy Brad, I cleared some room. Sorry about...

    Howdy Brad, I cleared some room. Sorry about that.
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    I agree completely!

    I agree completely!
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    Thanks for the suggestion, but I'm looking for a...

    Thanks for the suggestion, but I'm looking for a vintage tool specifically because I want a laminated construction, all of the new ones I've seen are cut from sheet stock, the Barr has a forged bevel...
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    Forgot to mention in my post, looking for fixed...

    Forgot to mention in my post, looking for fixed handles rather than folding.
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    WTB: Drawknife

    Looking for a draw knife 7-9" blade width, slightly curved with a flat back. Vintage type with laminated construction.

    Needs to be in Ok shape, most importantly the back must be reasonably well...
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    Stewie, no offense was intended. I was...

    Stewie, no offense was intended. I was attempting to lighten the mood, and apparently working in vain.
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    I'll settle for the ryoba-stop. :D

    I'll settle for the ryoba-stop. :D
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    He's baited the hook!

    He's baited the hook!
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    Oh please, one need only say 'SawStop' on the...

    Oh please, one need only say 'SawStop' on the other side of the fence. :D
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    Thanks Michael! My pleasure!

    Thanks Michael! My pleasure!
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    That sounds like a fun challenge to design for,...

    That sounds like a fun challenge to design for, 40' long would practically demand being assembled in the room so that adds to the stress of designing the table, especially if it were planned in solid...
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    Thanks Derek! I'm certainly on the bleeding edge...

    Thanks Derek! I'm certainly on the bleeding edge of tool collector with a woodworking problem at this point :D



    Do you have any real experience with such a joint or is this theory that you'd...
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