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  1. I see that Fine Woodworking has re-instated their forums https://www.finewoodworking.com/discussion-forum I got on and surprised to see nearly 6000 pages of threads. Then on the third page, I saw one of my posts from 10 years ago. Not organized by topic, but it's there.
  2. I read with great interest and relief for the outlook that James Krenov had with his hand tools, and sharpening, and maintenance. For years I have been put off by the many sharpening gadgets, guides, holders, science, bevel up, bevel down, yadayadayada. I have always thought that folks can get wound waaaay too tightly over the science of woodworking, and tooling, so much so they forget the joy of the actual woodwork. James Krenov had a very lax position on the sharpening of his tools, specifically hand plane blades. He sharpened free hand, never spent too much time doing it, never
  3. Crept out to my shop today and found a corner that was hiding out in the last go round with my shop clean up last weekend. Slowly but surely I am digging out. And getting my shop ready for production once again. I am getting anxious to say the least, but I have had to clean, and perform deferred maintenance on my machines and hand tools. Reminds me of what John Moody went through a short time ago. I went through my magazine collection and I have them sorted by publisher. Next I'll get the ones I want sorted by date and I'll get them in some binders or on a shelf. But for now I am donating
  4. The wonderful folks at Fine Woodworking are giving away a wonderful PDF plan to build a piece of history. See this link to download your PDF at Thomas Jefferson's Writing Table, hey, this is the first real Laptop!
  5. I've done loose tenons because (a) I can make tenons stock to very precise tolerances and (b) I built a slot mortiser / milling machine that does a great job making slots. I tried the traditional tenon cutting rig and never could get results that I liked. The problem for me was the doubling of error due to the flipping of the stock. Any error is always compounded. I have seen guys who use a shaper to cut tenons and using shim stock they can make 'em any way they please. I've considered doing the same thing with a table saw arbor using spacers shims an
  6. I love books, I love new smell books, but I don't like the new book price! So in a quest to quench my woodworking knowledge thirst, and for some ideas on crafty projects to build, I stumbled on Amazons used book department. You can find virtually any book used for sale. The conditions range from poor, to like new. Recently I purchased the Fine Woodworking Small Projects book for 0.59 cents, and $3.99 shipping from a seller out of Berkley California. I was so amazed I purchased more used books the same day, all under a buck, most between 0.1 cents and 0.60 cents. I am sure the seller may be get
  7. I just renewed my subscription to Fine Woodworking, and I tried to start a new subscription for American Woodworker, and I found out that American Woodworker is now in cahoots with Popular Woodworking! Call me lame! I did not know this! I love Popular Woodworking, so it's a win win, but I also loved American Woodworker! Anyway, I started a new subscription for Popular Woodworker as well.
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