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Roger Kritzer, Fairmont, WV, US
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Birthday: 01/16/1955

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Woodworking Bench

This is a recently completed work bench made from a combination of hard maple and cherry.  It has a front and tail vises from Veritas.  It weighs a ton(well not quite)

Communion Table

A communion table of my own design built for small local church using QSO.



Recent comments


Re: UPDATE: Fine Woodworking's Tables and Chairs

No better person to write about chairs than Michael Forturne

Re: Reclaimed Rocker - Part 2

I have been following along and everything looks familiarright down to the moujnds of shavings sawdust. I am just puting the last finish coats on my 5th Maloof rocker following Chuck Brock's pattern book and DVD. Don't know where you found the 8 and 10/4 American chestnut but I anticipate the final product will be a beautiful one of a kind heirloom.

Re: Reclaimed Rocker - Part 2

I have been following along and everything looks familiarright down to the moujnds of shavings sawdust. I am just puting the last finish coats on my 5th Maloof rocker following Chuck Brock's pattern book and DVD. Don't know where you found the 8 and 10/4 American chestnut but I anticipate the final product will be a beautiful one of a kind heirloom.

Re: Add an Inlaid Signature to Your Work

I use a Foredom flexible shaft rotary tool with a small 1/8 round tip bit, just like writing with a pencil.

Re: California Considers Tougher Safety Standards for Tablesaws

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Basic human nature, none of us want to be told what we can or must buy or not buy.

Re: California Considers Tougher Safety Standards for Tablesaws

cont'd
Basic human nature, none of us want to be told what we can or must buy or not buy.

Re: California Considers Tougher Safety Standards for Tablesaws

cont'd
Basic human nature, none of us want to be told what we can or must buy or not buy.

Re: California Considers Tougher Safety Standards for Tablesaws

cont'd
Basic human nature, none of us want to be told what we can or must buy or not buy.

Re: California Considers Tougher Safety Standards for Tablesaws

cont'd
Basic human nature, none of us want to be told what we can or must buy or not buy.

Re: California Considers Tougher Safety Standards for Tablesaws

After 45 years of woodworking I had my first finger to blade injury on a table saw this past weekend. It happened faster than a stoke on this keyboard and left the tip of my left index finger with a nice jagged gash,could have easily been worse. For all those who think I'm an idiot devoid of common sense, I felt that way last week; who could be dumb enough to cut their finger on a tablesaw? Fact is accidents happen in the blink of an eye or faster. Think it couldn't happen to you, now who's the idiot? We are human, all capable of error or a momentary lapse of concentration, or just plain stupidity. That said I still believe the decision to buy a TS with flesh sensing technology should be left to the buyer. Mr Gass is hardly a knight in shinning armor with a quest to save the human finger. He cleverly cornered every patent involving this technology and is now using the courts and legislation to force his competition to pay royalties. I've seen the SS line of table saws and have to admit they build a quality product, If I were in the market for a new TS I would definitey consider a SS TS. And to tell you the truth I would consider the safety of a SS to be an advantage over the competition. But IT'S MY DECISION. B

Re: Router Jig To Flattten Large Slabs

Does the weight of the routher cause any say in the middle of the bars

Re: Defense Outgunned in Osorio Tablesaw Lawsuit

I think I'm going to buy a high-powered sports car and disconect the brakes so when I have an accident I can sue the manufacturer

Re: Where'd the Woodworkers Go?

May and June are busy times for us bee keepers. But I never totally abandon the wood shop

Re: Where'd the Woodworkers Go?

Spring time brings high activity in the apiary. May and June are the busiest times for us bee keepers. But I never totally abandon the woodshop

Re: Maple and Purpleheart Valet

I love both the color and design

Re: Tablesaw techniques I wouldn't recommend

Come on guys give the guy some credit, this is the most ingenius way of losing a couple toes and fingers all in one afternoon, all while providing your 2 year old with mental and physical trauma from the plywood kickback and flying digits.



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