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    Have not been on in a while. Scott my...

    Have not been on in a while. Scott my condolences, your father was fortunate to have you as his son.
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    Our first is the end of May...

    Our first is the end of May https://www.quailhollow.com Getting loose ends tied up before the season begins. As usual now sign and specialty orders are coming in too, not that I am complaining the...
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    A few more ...

    A few more

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    Relief carving

    Making some different inventory for our upcoming shows I made a few skull ones last year and they all sold.
    I do a 2d rout and then use my hand power tools for 3d shaping its much faster than...
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    It looks really great, as others said the whole...

    It looks really great, as others said the whole overall job just fits together very nicely.
  6. A sawmill is your best bet, a lot of the smaller...

    A sawmill is your best bet, a lot of the smaller mills sell wood right off the mill though usually not kiln dried, as it dries it may warp or crack. I mill a lot of my wood I try to air dry 4 months...
  7. I made one from a lawnmower engine works great,...

    I made one from a lawnmower engine works great, trouble free for the last 6 years I pulled the camshaft put a soft spring on the intake valve Made a check valve on the spark plug hole and its good to...
  8. I do it all the time on mine off the end of the...

    I do it all the time on mine off the end of the table.

    Currently building a machine dedicated to those tasks

    A video of tenons and mortises being cut.
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    Yes, I have used the SB image converter to make...

    Yes, I have used the SB image converter to make lithophanes it works really well. I remember using typesetter in the beginning too.
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    Thanks Bill, I just checked it out may come in...

    Thanks Bill, I just checked it out may come in handy.
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    Russ I draw the edge profile in cad extrude it...

    Russ I draw the edge profile in cad extrude it make an stl thats what my cam program likes, and toolpath it like a normal flat relief I set the raster path to go forward and back then drop a 16th at...
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    Lathe

    I made this a while ago not long after I bought my bot, it gets used on occasion not as sophisticated as an indexer it works fine for general turning. At the time I used what I had at hand in the...
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    Semi auto rifles are in any gun shop or wal mart...

    Semi auto rifles are in any gun shop or wal mart here. The rifle used was a bolt action .308. No training is needed to buy one, we had more gun control when I was in the army, if you had a personal...
  14. The finish is top notch!

    The finish is top notch!
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    Unfortunately owning a firearm does not require...

    Unfortunately owning a firearm does not require brains. I am in NY supposedly a state with restrictive gun laws all you need is ID and no felonies and you can buy just about any long gun you like. We...
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    Interesting day in the shop

    Yesterday while repairing a tool one of my neighbors starts firing a rifle. Next thing I know a bullet goes through the wall right over my workbench. Ran out of the shop and yelled but they did not...
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    Looks great, the layout on the branch is perfect.

    Looks great, the layout on the branch is perfect.
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    https://i.ibb.co/yRxGmHx/DSCN4033.jpg ...

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    Carved post for a Kitchen

    Did this post last month its a 8" square red Oak beam I drew up the outlines and did a 2d cut, then shaped the rest with die grinders it goes pretty fast. The finish is a base coat of linseed oil...
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    I never stain cherry, I had to on a church...

    I never stain cherry, I had to on a church furniture job after a futile discussion with the architect that the chairs would match in a year. Now I have to make a rack for our house.
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    This was a last minute project for my step...

    This was a last minute project for my step daughter coat and shoe rack for her apartment.

    The wood is cherry from a local bandsaw mill, I air and kiln dried about 500 bf of it this year.
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    Scott, I have had good experience with Sapele...

    Scott, I have had good experience with Sapele holding detail it cuts very smoothly finishes well with all types of finishes, the beer taps were a rubdown of boiled linseed with a few topcoats of...
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    And some beer taps sapele wood, sugar maple...

    And some beer taps sapele wood, sugar maple inserts

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    Some small Christmas orders

    Made this salt server with spoon the wood is some spalted beech I have had since I milled it ten years ago

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    I had initially thought about running the router...

    I had initially thought about running the router sideways but there are a lot of joinery tasks I would like it perpendicular to the table and I do not want to be resetting the router for a task. The...
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