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  1. Finally finished cutting. Used a low nap roller to apply gorilla glue after cutting the inside cuts, let the piece cure for 24 hrs, then cut the outside. Less than perfect glue up, but good enough to test the finish in the weather.
  2. Welcome to The Patriot Woodworkers discussion forum section for "Old Metalworking Machines" Post your finds, restorations, discuss, request information anything about old metalworking machines here. The only requirement is that your machine be at least 25 years old, or older
  3. Welcome to The Patriot Woodworkers discussion forum section for "Old Woodworking Machines" Post your finds, restorations, discuss, request information anything about old woodworking working machines here. The only requirement is that your machine be at least 25 years old, or older.
  4. Announcement On behalf of our entire staff we are pleased to announce @kmealy (Keith Mealy) as our new "Finishing, Tips and Tricks" Forum Host. Introduction Keith has a vast background in woodworking and finishing. He has been with us for several months now and he has proven to be a great asset and mentor to the rest of us who need that little push in the right direction in the realm of finishing. Keith is the past president of the Cincinnati Woodworkers Club and he is currently a finishing instructor for his local Woodcraft store. Keith also comes from a hosting background where he dispensed his knowledge at the ever so popular WOOD forums. "His wide range of woodworking skills make him an excellent instructor and his organization always leads to a successful class. Currently he is teaching Finishing Basics and Coloring Wood. Obviously, Keith can (nearly) do it all, and his classes are always popular." Source: Woodcraft on Keith Mealy We are fortunate to have Keith and his expertise here with us. Keith's duties will be to assist anyone who enters his forum for finishing advice, finishing suggestions, or just to show off that finishing project, or at times even, he'll be here for us as we show off our finishing disasters. Either way I am sure he'll have the guidance you need to help create that perfect finished project. So, please join us in welcoming Keith Mealy to our community as your new Finishing,Tips and Tricks Forum Host. Thank you
  5. Just in case I missed welcoming you personally, let me say a huge WELCOME to all of you. I have been working hard expanding my shop and have not gotten on every day for the past several weeks and I got behind in welcoming our new members. Please forgive me but know you are welcome here and I look forward to getting to talk with all of you in the forums. I am a couple of weeks away from being through and setup in the new expansion so I will get to each and every one of you. Enjoy the forum and thanks for joining, please make yourself at home.
  6. Welcome! First off we'd like to thank @Fred W. Hargis, Jr for suggesting a Home Improvement Forum! Thank you Fred! Through Fred we learned that some members were inquiring about an HI forum and he contacted us on the matter, after some discussion among our staff, we thought it would be a wonderful addition to our community. So have at it folks, submit your topics and images and inquiries to this forum regarding the improvement of your home, commercial establishment, or investment property. And thank you Fred for your wonderful suggestion! We will start to peruse our forums for lost Home Improvement topics that we can move here, so we can seed and populate the forum for better indexing of your content. We look forward to seeing your home improvement projects now and into the future!
  7. Welcome to our community Flagship! Great to have ya here sir, we hope you keep dropping back in and join us in various topics. Thanks for joining, and welcome once again!
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