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John Moody

Friday, February 24, 2018, What’s on your Patriot Woodworker agenda

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you definitely do first rate work John...

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Great to have you back with us John. Hope things have settled some what for you. I certainly miss seeing what is always cooking in your part of the country and in your shop.

The island top is magnificent.  I'm sure the client anticipation and expectations were blown away when they saw it in place.

With the new addition to your shop, looks like another expansion may be coming for a CNC room now.:P

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Weekend TBD...some business items to address today and transport oldest grand-daughter to her boy friends house for afternoon then return 8 PM +/-

Still trying to recover from the cold cooties which has mired me this past week; just can't quite shake it although no fever for 3 days now.

Daughter turns 39 on Monday so birthday lunch after church tomorrow, then a trip to our favorite small town ice cream shop which re-opened Friday for a new season. I'm hoping Lime Sherbet will be Wk. 1 flavor.B)

May be some college basketball game viewing in the works this PM...we'll see. Oh, and most important, hang out with the great and always fun folks here at TPW!

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Outstanding island topper, Mr. Moody. What's your first project on the CNC going to be?  

No woodworking for me this weekend. We're helping our grandson celebrate his birthday today. Drive back home tomorrow. Start serious work on the river table legs, Monday. Hope to deliver it by 3/10.

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1 hour ago, Gene Howe said:

Outstanding island topper, Mr. Moody. What's your first project on the CNC going to be?  

No woodworking for me this weekend. We're helping our grandson celebrate his birthday today. Drive back home tomorrow. Start serious work on the river table legs, Monday. Hope to deliver it by 3/10.

Not sure Gene, I’ve got to get a computer to put in the shop to run it. But I can’t wait to give it a try.

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Boy that is one heck of a long glueup ,Mr. Moody. Did you do that in section's or all at once? and how did you even up the top?  I  did a pine top one time 42X96  out of 5/4 X5" boards and it was a hand plane, belt sander, scraper nightmare.

 

Great looking top, by the way.

 

Herb

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Hi John, great looking work there!

Nothing wood wise is being done here right now because I still have an IV in my arm from the most recent antibiotics..

I'm hoping that the IV will come out Wednesday, THEN I can get to doing what I love to do again.

 

Be safe everyone and have a great weekend!

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4 minutes ago, John Moody said:

Not sure Gene, I’ve got to get a computer to put in the shop to run it. But I can’t wait to give it a try.

Let us know when you get that worked out John, I wish I could be there to see it as it happens.

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52 minutes ago, Charles Nicholls said:

Hi John, great looking work there!

Nothing wood wise is being done here right now because I still have an IV in my arm from the most recent antibiotics..

I'm hoping that the IV will come out Wednesday, THEN I can get to doing what I love to do again.

 

Be safe everyone and have a great weekend!

Awesome Charles! I hope to see your turnings again soon!

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55 minutes ago, Dadio said:

Boy that is one heck of a long glueup ,Mr. Moody. Did you do that in section's or all at once? and how did you even up the top?  I  did a pine top one time 42X96  out of 5/4 X5" boards and it was a hand plane, belt sander, scraper nightmare.

 

Great looking top, by the way.

 

Herb

Herb I did it in five section just using caulds on the sections then ran them through the big drum sander and biscuit joint the sections. Actually it turn out to not be as hard as I was dreading and expecting. A little belt sanding and then ROS and it was flat.

 

Surprised me!

 

thanks for the compliment!

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