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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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    I use a separate image host imgbb.com it is free....

    I use a separate image host imgbb.com it is free. Makes it easy to link right to any forum without the quirks of each forums picture support.

    I have over 800 pics and 37 albums. ...
  11. I got it from Downes & Reader Hardwood out of MA...

    I got it from Downes & Reader Hardwood out of MA but I just looked up the website and it is not working not sure if they are still in business that would be a shame, they had good prices if buying...
  12. I took shop class industrial arts as it was...

    I took shop class industrial arts as it was called in junior high and was lucky enough to put in and get accepted to cabinet making for 10 11 12 grade it was a half day VO TECH program my teacher Mr...
  13. Here are some Catskill chairs since I live in the...

    Here are some Catskill chairs since I live in the Catskills, I designed them a little differently than traditional, the seatboards are mortised into the main legs. I made some out of Sapele and some...
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    I agree I find on some jobs figuring it out and...

    I agree I find on some jobs figuring it out and making tools to facilitate the task is more fun that the work it produces.
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    That's pretty cool. Though I use the shopbot to...

    That's pretty cool. Though I use the shopbot to cut my mortise and tenon joints.
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    I am no expert but another factor is how many inches of mercury does each system pull?
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    Thanks Guys Phil I use it for anything that is...

    Thanks Guys

    Phil I use it for anything that is not uniform. Works great on my freeform walking sticks.
    I started making pipes since a certain herb has been legalized in some states, sands them...
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    And the flap sander ...

    And the flap sander

    https://i.ibb.co/vVft9PY/DSCN3715.jpg

    https://i.ibb.co/HNQ2mXC/DSCN3716.jpg

    I did a short video of it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8sY9bSbE0c
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    A short video of it in use. ...

    A short video of it in use.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uzfjBfFNmU
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    Tools for the job

    Yesterday while sanding spoons I got this ratchet strap vise in my head it works great to sand the spoon scoop area I will be using it often I think.

    The outside I do with a homemade flap sander...
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    Those are really nice, my great nephew is into...

    Those are really nice, my great nephew is into Thomas the train I made him a station that his wooden tracks connect to, not anywhere as nice as yours.
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    Why not design one? Very simple to do. I do not...

    Why not design one? Very simple to do. I do not understand buying a cnc and in effect using it as a copy machine. Enough of that on the cnc facebook groups.
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    Russ, yes it runs in x and z I drop the y stepper so the gear is not on the rack and clamp the carriage.

    https://i.ibb.co/wCFPBDr/spindle.jpg

    I made a video

    https://vimeo.com/318999193
  24. cwshop, When I originally made it it was from...

    cwshop, When I originally made it it was from parts I had laying around, the pulleys and motor ended up running it around 400 rpm that worked fine for the hardwoods I had been using it for. I was...
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    They took 19 minutes each I had to slow it down a lot for hemlock .3 ips .07 stepdown faster than that and I was getting a lot of chipout on the beading

    I turned sugar maple legs a while ago and...
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