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Phil Chestnut

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  1. p_toad easel I have. I prefer to do my drawing on a drafting type table. I will be checking into the Countertops I sure I can find something like that around here.
  2. A Few years back I lost my Drafting table that I did all my art work on, in a house fire along with most of my wood working tools. Also the desire to create anything. I am now I am in a new home started to get back into wood working again. I am also wanting to get back into creating my art again. the old me coming back. What I need now is plans for a Drafting table. One that would fit a 30X36" desk top would be great. I have an Ideal what I am wanting but would like to see some ideals.
  3. To be honest I have been looking in the Shopsmith’s. Had a friend years a go that had a shopsmith mark V If I remember right. I loved to
  4. Loosk good, since our move my wife wanting something like that for her quiting room.
  5. OH I know that game well. Got hooked on it this summer when I had knee surgery.
  6. OH forgot to say I am wanting to try an live edge wood epoxy pore dinning room table. I already got the table frame done in Cherry, Just not found the right wood for the top yet. I get the Mad and we will be eating off a fancy table. LOL
  7. Thanks for the Welcome back it feels Like I have come home. Cal i am in S/W Indiana. AS soon as I get all the boxes out of the garage I will be sitting up a new shop. I already have a list of things I want to build. Like a couple of Cabinets for the pantry, wife thinks she needs a place to put can goods. Also thinking about really pushing my limits to try a guitar build, may cheat and go with a kit for the first one. get and Ideal what to do and get measurements from it.
  8. I am back.. You would not believe what happen to me on the way to the lumber yard. Jokes a side. We had I had a house fire a few years back, we pretty much lost everything even my little shop. We end up living in a trailer park for a few years. By the time I had a computer I had lost my way to get back to here. With no wood working tools I kind of felt I no longer belonged here. I started to build a small shop in an 12'X20" shed. I now have a small table saw, bench top band saw and a lot of hand tools. I have since just moved into a new house and will be slowly building me a new shop, well more like adding the missing pieces, like a drill press, joiner ECT.
  9. Phil, just checking up on you ol Pal, how have ya been? Hope all is well.


  10. John if you can get better Photos of that Label and sizes I could recreate it for you and send you the file. There are probably better Graphic Designers that are closer to you but it's what I did at one time.
  11. Semper Fi my Bothers. thats what you call giving back. http://www.prchestnut.webs.com/
  12. Oh Larry,.... I was bitten a long time ago. I just don't have a place to put the big toys yet, anyways.
  13. Oh John what have you went and done now.... looks like your going to have a lot of fun with this one.
  14. I wont be doing much this week end with the rain. I have to drag my tools outside to work so I guess i go check out the train show they are having down town this weekend. http://www.prchestnut.webs.com/

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