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9 minutes ago, kmealy said:

Your age is showing.

In more ways than not.:OldManSmiley:

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12 hours ago, kmealy said:

Your age is showing.

but he never said a word about moving the wads of aluminum foil...

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11 hours ago, Grandpadave52 said:

In more ways than not.:OldManSmiley:

I am so glad I have now stocked extra mind bleach...

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11 hours ago, Grandpadave52 said:

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This is the NBC pattern used from 1940 til 1970.

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Hmm...ok, :OldManSmiley:back to building a box....one panel is out of the clamps.....sander and a plane to clean it up..

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Plane of choice this time?

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Stanley No. 3c.   Has 3 patent dates, yet has a SW iron.   Might be a Type 11/12 tweener? :WonderScratch:

Will get to the other one tomorrow..:rolleyes:

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Yes, that IS a type 2 Work Mate..:BugEyeSmiley:.I did manage to joint a couple edges, and spread a bit of glue, tooB)

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Vise makes a nice "third hand"   This may be for the end of a box, or, both ends...depending on how things go...:ChinScratch:

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Panel #4 is going to take a bit more work...:BangingHead:

Thinking of Box joint corners for the box (es).....May get one, may get 2 boxes out of this pile....we'll see.   Box Joints will be hand cut, of course.

Stay tuned..:cowboy:

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9 hours ago, steven newman said:

Stay tuned..

Can't do much else...32o & snowing so I'll use the time and learn some more.

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