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    The red oak one out of old church pews the cross...

    The red oak one out of old church pews the cross is reclaimed chestnut.

    https://i.ibb.co/HBXP6vy/DSCN0499.jpg

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    The finished tulip poplar one. ...

    The finished tulip poplar one.

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    https://i.ibb.co/j6qK9GY/DSCN0482.jpg

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    Finished carving the oak one actually a while...

    Finished carving the oak one actually a while ago, it is now finished and mounted on the cross, have not taken final pics yet. The small cherry cross was an experiment with negative space I like it....
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    Nice I have used mine to make reproduction...

    Nice I have used mine to make reproduction molding on a church it was an interesting job.
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    It was in the teens I like milling in the cold...

    It was in the teens I like milling in the cold unless there is frozen mud on the logs, no bugs and you warm up pretty fast. I enjoy the winter nothing like a cold clear sunny day.
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    Steve, thank you for the ideas, I am currently...

    Steve, thank you for the ideas, I am currently milling Beech red oak and a big ash log, got sidelined with the snowstorm I really love working with beech, second slab I cut had a bullet in it. Much...
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    Good Idea I have many off cuts from what I mill,...

    Good Idea I have many off cuts from what I mill, may make a few along with the serving boards that they usually become.
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    I would replace the rack with new full length and...

    I would replace the rack with new full length and new pinion gears. Is it the original controller? I have a 2003 and the controller was a dog, upgraded to a prs control much faster and reliable....
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    Was it installed or in the shop? I have never had...

    Was it installed or in the shop? I have never had an issue with a customer like that some even send me
    pictures. Have had many other wacky customer experiences though.
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    That was a piece I was given to fill and surface...

    That was a piece I was given to fill and surface for a customer, he had screwed the ceder down on a piece of plywood. I filled the gaps with body filler with black concrete powder mixed in I do not...
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    Did some repair work on a growing box of cheap...

    Did some repair work on a growing box of cheap dead die grinders they are a knockoff of the older Makita compacts of which I have 2 going on 30 years. The cords and switches are shot after about a...
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    Looks cool I like making stuff with gears...

    Looks cool I like making stuff with gears incorporated.
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    Started the red oak one I think the grain is...

    Started the red oak one I think the grain is really going to pop once oiled, carves good with the carbide burrs.

    Thanks for the advise John.

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    Thanks Guys, I will update as I progress. The oak...

    Thanks Guys, I will update as I progress. The oak one is machined and I will start the handwork tomorrow. Scott yes the bowling ball vise is one of my most used tools in the shop.
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    It is just about finished I will be starting on...

    It is just about finished I will be starting on the Oak one. I am going to make the cross for the poplar one out of cherry.

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    Crucifix carving a work in progress

    I was commissioned to carve a crucifixion for a church. It is being renovated so they gave me some of the old church pew wood for the carving, the wood is red Oak.

    I decided before making the...
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    Scott, They are countersunk for screws to go in...

    Scott, They are countersunk for screws to go in the tenons.

    This Chapel is in a Catholic School in Brooklyn I had to provide the oak for this job.
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    Church sanctuary chairs

    I designed this style chair for a church about ten years ago it has been popular this is the 4th church I have made this style for. Made them a little wider to accommodate a large clergy member.
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    I like the wedge clamping I use that technique a...

    I like the wedge clamping I use that technique a lot.
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    Viscosity really has nothing to do with, it I use...

    Viscosity really has nothing to do with, it I use west system it is pretty thin the Bondo spreader squeegees out excess, too much epoxy actually weakens the lamination and adds weight. probably not...
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    Another way of wrapping on smaller parts is...

    Another way of wrapping on smaller parts is plastic electrical tape, or shrink wrap.
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    I work with carbon fiber on occasion a bit...

    I work with carbon fiber on occasion a bit stiffer than fiberglass I would vacuum bag if you have a pump that can pull at least 15 inches of mercury. No fancy bags needed I use clear hardware store...
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    The hinges have 1/4 rod in them. Those magnets...

    The hinges have 1/4 rod in them. Those magnets are great I use them on lots of projects.
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    Carburetor tool organizer

    Quick project I made over the weekend for carburetor adjustment drivers for my chainsaws, I tend not to misplace tools if they have a spot to go.

    The wood is sugar maple.
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    I am leaning towards steve g's answer, as the cut...

    I am leaning towards steve g's answer, as the cut is made stresses change and the wood moves. I have that happen a lot with my wooden signs. I would do a roughing pass with a large bit and go to...
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