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Adam Knighten

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  • Birthday 01/01/1966

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  1. Good Morning Ralph, Thanks for the info on sharpening. There are a lot of different ways to keep things sharp. Adam
  2. Ralph, I think that making your furniture old school is wonderful. I would like to get into using more hand tools on some projects. My great grandfather was a carpenter and I have his tool box which is full of old hand planes. Hollows and rounds along with some other profile planes. I want to sharpen them up for some use someday. I appriciate the info on the arts and crafts furniture methods. Adam
  3. Ralph, What is your tool of choice for making the mortis and tenon joint? When I made them I used a router for the mortis and the table saw for the tenons. Adam
  4. Hello Ralph, Congratulations on the possible commission. How do you get customers so far away? Shipping has got to be pretty expensive. Thanks for the additional information. I have done some mortis and tenon joints in the past but not very often. I would have responded sooner but we were away for a spell. Adam
  5. Hello Ralph, Thanks for the great discussion with all of the pictures and drawings. How much does the species of lumber have to do with the strength of the joinery? Adam
  6. Ralph, I would be interested in seeing the differences! Adam

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