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It looks like you have the best of both worlds. I noticed that you have a 8" Grizzly jointer. Which one is it and who well do you like it? The reason I ask is because I want to replace my 25year old 6" jointer, which has a curved fence. I hope you can help
Thanks for the tip about the Suncast storage boxes. I need a place to store chair cushions and also have seating on the deck at the same time. I am one of the luck ones to have a shop.
It sounds like somebody or a group has already picked a name for the show. Name it, and start filming as well as showing Tommy to everybody on television besides woodworkers that have found him on the internet.
Thanks for asking, I always need help. I alway need to learn something new or old that I don't know. This book is for me.
I build a nice piece and then try to finish it. Wish the finish was better. I need all the help I can get. This is what I need.
please send it to me.
This book sounds interesting because of the fact I live in the middle of several of the battles of the Civil War. The second reason I would like this book is I am also a wood worker.
The third it would make a great addition to my Civil War Library, and I would love to be able to learn more about the furniture of that period.
My day is coming that I may need a cane and it would be nice to know how to make a nice one. Looks like it would be a good book for designs and ideas.
It's time I learned to turn a bed post, table leg, or something that is not square. Love to have the book and start learning.
1. A three piece set of Veritas saws.
2. 8" long bed jointer
3. A set of Magswithhs and feather boards
4. Goose neck light for my Band saw.
5. 100 board feet 4/4 quarter sawn White oak
6. 100 board feet 5/4 quarter sawn White oak
7. Two sets of Bench Cookies
8. 6" Rule
9. Computer for shop.
10.Television For Shop.
11.Central Dust Colection
I hope all have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year playing with there new tools and Wood.
I is wonderful to see someone take the time to go through large stacks of material and pick out such a beautiful piece and them turn it into something as beautiful as Southern keeper box. The detail is great, and the feet are outstanding. Some day I hope I have the patience and skill to do this level of craftsmanship.
A Virginia Woodworker
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