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    I wouldn't swear to it John, but it looks a lot...

    I wouldn't swear to it John, but it looks a lot like the welders chipping hammers I've seen. Used for removing dross and slag.
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    Poll: Domestics: Hornbeam, Black Locust, Hickory,...

    Domestics: Hornbeam, Black Locust, Hickory, Bois de Arc

    Imports: Jatoba (very high Janka hardness and interlocked grain)
  3. Warning Folks

    Personal attacks will not be tolerated and will gain the next person posting one of them a 5 day revocation of posting privileges. I really hate having to delete messages and edit threads because...
  4. Prashun you hit the nail right on the head. ...

    Prashun you hit the nail right on the head. Shellac may seem to be dry and hard, but it can still outgas and shrink for up to a week. The shrinkage is almost immeasurable, but is still there....
  5. Just a comment about having a problem with the...

    Just a comment about having a problem with the Zinnser shellac and tope coats. With the exception of Sealcoat, all of the Zinnser shellacs have wax in them. The problem of the topcoat adhering is...
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    Back when I was a young Freshman college student...

    Back when I was a young Freshman college student in the fall of 1966 I went up to my school mountaineering lodge in North Woodstock NH. We went into town to Fadden's General store to pick up...
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    For reference Bill files larger than about 150kb...

    For reference Bill files larger than about 150kb are automatically rejected by the software.
  8. My shop is divided into a bench room and a...

    My shop is divided into a bench room and a machine room. The bench room has 4 benches if you count my saw bench which also doubles as seat. The main workbench for hand tool work is 24" x 90", 3...
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    Since I just completed a new deck over the...

    Since I just completed a new deck over the weekend a few comments are in order.

    1. Building codes have changed dramatically. in the last few years due to collapsing decks. In my area all joists...
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    Plane Till plan

    I cannot upload the plane till plan because the file size of the pdf is too large. PM me with your email address if you would like a copy.
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    My are on my tool wall. I just drilled 2 holes...

    My are on my tool wall. I just drilled 2 holes through a small board about an inch apart for the small ones and an inch and a half apart for the larger ones. The points go into the holes and the...
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    Daniel, If you would like the plan for my plane...

    Daniel, If you would like the plan for my plane till I can email you a pdf this evening from home if you PM me your email address. If there is interest, I can post the pdf here for anyone to use...
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    NH had ice houses in the 18th century as did MA,...

    NH had ice houses in the 18th century as did MA, and ME. Cutting lake ice was a huge business in northern New England and ships carried ice around Cape Horn to the California gold rush in the 1840s....
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    Here is southern NH we have a good bit of...

    Here is southern NH we have a good bit of everything. From the start of NH as a separate colony from Mass, timbering, treenware, bobbins for weaving, lumber for pulp papermaking, and just about...
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    This thread is now locked

    Sawmill Creek is not the place to take issue with each other's personalities. I am leaving this thread in place so that in the future members will have the opportunity to come back and view or view...
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    Things have been a bit on the edge here for the...

    Things have been a bit on the edge here for the last page or two. Lets move back from the lip of the precipice so no one falls off. "Nuff said.
  17. Well, it's a start anyway Harold. :D

    Well, it's a start anyway Harold. :D
  18. I still prefer the printed page for those things...

    I still prefer the printed page for those things where I want an easily located reference. Trying to maintain a link list of websites, blogs, specific magazine articles and bits and pieces of this...
  19. The age of the www has not only changed the way...

    The age of the www has not only changed the way we communicate and the way we view "publishing", but it has greatly accelerated the pace of life. In the pre-computer age we were perfectly satisfied...
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    There are several outfits recovering sunken logs...

    There are several outfits recovering sunken logs from areas of the country where there was heavy logging and transport was by river drives. Most of the lumber is expensive, but is of the quality...
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    We have 2000sft on 2.0 acres. Split entry...

    We have 2000sft on 2.0 acres. Split entry gambrel with a detached 24' x 26' gambrel garage/barn. We also have a garden shed and a small woodshed. Our lot is heavily wooded with only about half an...
  22. Gee Ken I'll bet you used some words they taught...

    Gee Ken I'll bet you used some words they taught me in the Marine Corps that are TOS violations here on the Creek.

    Heal quickly my friend.
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    Thank You Mike. My parents live in Fairport and...

    Thank You Mike. My parents live in Fairport and the village landing is about a 5 minute drive from their house. I grew up in Penfield, the next town over.
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    Just a friendly warning about the Terms of Service prohibiting political discussions and discourse. I mention this because threads of this type have historically turned into train wrecks and often...
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    Later in August we'll make a trip out to western...

    Later in August we'll make a trip out to western NY (Rochester area) to visit my elderly parents for a few days. In November we will take a week and go to the Washington DC area for the annual CAP...
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