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Harry Brink

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Harry Brink last won the day on December 22 2015

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    Happy Birthday John. Enjoy your day!!!
  2. Glue for box making

    I've done a couple of dry fits and everything looks ok. I have a couple of 90 degree clamps I'll dig out to help me along and I do have a fresh bottle of TBIII I'll use. Like all have said before, I'll post pictures when it's done. Thanks for the in-put.
  3. Glue for box making

    I've used hide glue before to make some small boxes with no stress on the joints when finished. This project there may be some stress on them and I don't want them coming apart. The reason I used it before is the long open time so I can get all the sides and joints adjusted. Is this a good choice or should I use the normal Titebond?
  4. New (to me) scrollsaw?

    I have had the DW 788 for going on 3 years. No problem at all with it. bought it on-line from Home Depot with free delivery in about a week. Both Lowes and HD have it for $489. When I got mine they were on sale for, I think, $389 or less. Depending on what you plan on doing with it, you can get one for less $$. The main thing is be sure it takes "pin-less" blades.
  5. Patterns? Info?

    Check out Steve Goods site. He has free patterns and how-to videos. There are a couple of programs to make "word art". I use a couple of them for making things for the craft fairs. http://scrollsawworkshop.blogspot.com/
  6. Tape dispenser

    Matt is on Facebook. Most of his posts are about the band group he's in but the last few days he's showing restoring a guitar and using his "vacuum bag".
  7. John Morris

    I lost my balance and was able to fall down slowly. No real damage but I didn't have the strength to get up.
  8. John Morris

    Doctor said the vaccine wasn't right nor strong enough. Getting plenty of rest is the hard part but we're trying. I'm good in the morning but my wife goes downhill in the afternoon.
  9. John Morris

    We're right there with you John! I came down with it the first of Dec. and wound up in the hospital for 4 days. Did a slow roll onto the floor and couldn't get up. Feeling a little better now but it's still hanging in there. My wife has had it longer than me and finally going in this morning to see the Doc.
  10. Looks like a white Christmas for us

    We've had snow for over a week. Temp has been down to -2* and up to 15* All of that and being in the hospital with the flu did not make us "Happy Campers". Merry Christmas to one and all!
  11. Amazing Discovery in trimming

    Could be the grain catching it or in my case not cutting a straight line. If needed I have a small flat file to straighten it up.
  12. metal whin-a-ma-jig

    I have one in my medicine cabinet. It's a nose hair trimmer. Nasty little thing when it catches and pulls the hairs!
  13. Back scratcher

    Now your bringing back memories. Growing up (early 50s) my grandpa would use the nearest door frame to fix the itch. I find myself doing the same be cause I can't find where I left the one I bought.
  14. From My Shop to Yours

    The same right back to you! MERRY CHRISTMAS.
  15. No shop time for a while. We're gearing up for "Santa" visits starting Friday. Looks like another very busy year!

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