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About Nickp

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    Orange County, New York
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    If it ain't broke, don't fix it til it is...

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  1. I particularly liked the white board presentation of the underlying technology...ROTFLMAO
  2. As they say in that TV show "Forged in Fire"... "Herb...this, sir, will cut"...
  3. Boring...?!? NEVER...!
  4. Major Cool Beanage...!
  5. Steve...nice workstation...but your shop is entirely too clean... How's about gettin' some sawdust thrown around for the next picture...
  6. I am just amazed at the elegance, lines and design...BEAUTIFUL...I'm sure they work as beautifully as they look... Thanks for sharing...
  7. I got notification that you were expecting a package so I went out with the big snowblower and paved the way for the delivery truck... Congratulations...gloat away...
  8. WOW...and I can't even cut a straight line with a chainsaw... ...shouldn't be allowed to look at stuff like this... OUTSTANDING...WHAT TALENT...! ! ! ! Thanks for sharing...
  9. Be grateful your name isn't Richard and belong to the Dicks of America (DOA)...
  10. If it ain't broke, don't fix it til it is...
  11. Very nice...just a quick question... If you're shooting from that rest, will the 1x behind the trigger withstand the recoil...?
  12. WOW...BEAUTIFUL...! ! ! !
  13. I use a big Irwin and an old Swanson for replicating angles. When I need to know what the angle is I use my Starret (505, I think)...it's an analog readout but can be used for many more things. I also use a template ruler for more complex cuts. Haven't made the leap to digital readout...probably won't. Whatever you buy make sure it's a big T-bevel (9, 10, 11 inches)...it will be easier to align it along one of it's axis on the piece to be cut.

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