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Harry Brink

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Harry Brink last won the day on December 22 2015

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  1. Harry Brink

    Pet Humor

    That's the same way with our dogs! They think you still have something!
  2. John, That is a fantastic looking cross and desk. Remember when I told you that you would be busier after you retired. That has come true but it's doing things that you enjoy and are good at!
  3. Harry Brink

    1st Project of the year?

    Sorry to hear that Steven. RIP Mom.
  4. Harry Brink

    Latest Projects

    Thanks for asking. We're doing fine. Didn't do too many Santa visits this year (our choice). After getting the flu and being in the hospital last year, we wanted to slow down a little and enjoy Christmas! With the weather being about a max of 20* in the shop that has slowed way down for now. Making a few "name" patterns for scrolling when it does warm up a little.
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    Do an on-line search for dewalt 788 parts and manuals. My search shows lots of parts suppliers. Hope this helps. Oh, you may want to take a picture as you pull it apart to help remember what went where.
  6. You and me both Lew.
  7. That was the wrong thing to say, Fred! I go thru the same thing.
  8. No wood working until it heats up a BUNCH!!! Shops right at 10* now and just can't get it warm. So for now, we'll keep busy with our Santa and Mrs. Claus visits.
  9. Harry Brink

    Prayer Request Box

    Thanks for the info Lew. Maybe next time I'll get one and play with it. I like the idea of using the strip of wood for the catch!
  10. Harry Brink

    Prayer Request Box

    I made one about a year ago and used a hasp to lock it. How does that key lock mount? I didn't want to take a chance and mess up.
  11. And here I thought it was Monday, the 26th. That means another turkey dinner!
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    Fred Wilson (retires as forum host)

    Thanks Fred for all your help and wisdom. Enjoy!!! And remember Fred, Santa is watching!
  13. Harry Brink

    Foot Switch

    I have my saw on a on/off foot switch. I like being able to start or stop without letting go of the wood.
  14. I've been working on the "Christmas Shoe Box" cars. Got those finished and delivered last week. Fun project and for a good cause. Made close to 100 this year!
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    anybody ever have a problem like this

    That happened to me last month. I gave grandson a lot of my tools and several weeks later I needed a pair of snap ring pliers. All I had to do was pass them down! I could have driven 18 hrs to get them back but decided to just go and buy another pair.

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