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Re: UPDATE: Finishing Wood from Fine Woodworking

Please sign me up. This is my least favorite part of woodworking... maybe I can learn something to make it less painful. Thanks.

Re: UPDATE: Outdoor Wood Projects by Steve Cory

Please put me down for the drawing. Thanks.

Re: UPDATE: 3 Book Giveaway! Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to...

These look like great books. I would love to add them to my woodworking library. Please sign me up.

Re: UPDATE: Why We Make Things and Why It Matters: The Education of a Craftsman by Peter Korn

Looks cool. Please sign me up for a chance to win!

Re: Magnetic Assisted Geometry Furniture

Don't strong magnets have a negative impact on things like pacemakers?

What do all the magnetic fields created do to phone signals?

Re: Win an all-access pass to Fine Woodworking Live!

Pretty cool. Please sign me up.

Re: Enter to win a wooden kayak kit from Pygmy Boats

Please sign me up. Building a boat went on my bucket list after I visited Pygmy's shop on the OP during the Wooden Boat Festival a few years back.

Re: UPDATE: Fine Woodstrip Canoe Building from Bear Mountain Boats

Would love to win this... this is a bucketlist project for me. Thanks.

Re: UPDATE: Using Your Router and Router Table Safely by Hendrik Varju

Please enter me in the drawing. Kendrik’s videos are supposed to be great… would love to find out for myself. Thanks.

Re: UPDATE: Building Small Cabinets by Doug Stowe

Hi. Please include me in the drawing. I'd love to win this book. Thanks.

Re: UPDATE: 2011 Fine Woodworking Archive DVD-ROM (1975 - 2011)

Please sign me up to win a DVD. Thanks.

Re: Behold, the Speed Tenon

It's safe as long as you remember not to advance the work piece too quickly up the blade on each pass.

Re: UPDATE: Building Small Cabinets by Doug Stowe

Sounds like a cool book. I like his other works. Please sign me up for the drawing.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: 4 "issues" of The Missing Shop Manual series

Looks like a great addition to the woodworking library. Would love to own these. :D

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Working with Routers from Fine Woodworking

This is a great book. I've checked it out many times at the library... but would sure love to own a copy. Thanks.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Woodworking Techniques from Fine Woodworking

Looks like a great book i'dbehonored to own. Please enter me in the give away. Thanks much.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Beginning Picture Marquetry by Lawrence Threadgold

Please include me in the drawing. I need more reading material to get through the wet NW winter. Thanks.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: How to Make Picture Frames, from American Woodworker

I could use the book. My wife shoots the photos and I frame'm. Thanks.

Re: UPDATE: DVD Giveaway: Wood Science & Design by Hendrik Varju

Very cool. Please enter me in the give away. Thanks.

Re: When You Have Your Accident

Great article... and very true.

For me it was on the router table using a lock mitre bit without a supplmental tall fence... the piece stood on end (a short piece to test set up) got pulled into the split fence gap by the bit and my off hand (guiding it) went with it. It wasn't bad, but enought that it merrited a trip the local ER to have it looked at. They described it as an "angry wound" ... i.e. "you made hamburger out of the tip of your finger!".

I had a thought a split second before the accident that this wasn't as safe as it could be... then it nipped me. Oh... should mention it was really late (1am) I was trying to finish a project for a deadline...

A co-worker cut about 1/2" off the tip of his finger at the tablesaw about the same time.

You'd be amazed by the collection of push sticks and work holding devices I have now to keep my fingers safe.

Thanks for helping keep us all on our toes.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Tables You Can Make, from the editors of Woodworker's Journal

Looks like an interesting book. Please sign me up.

Re: UPDATED: Giveaway and Poll: The Most Requested Woodworking Gifts of 2009

I'm really horrible at grinding my plane/chisel blades. I need a veritas grinding rest/jig combination. That's #1 on my list. #2 is a 890 plunge base. The 890 I have came as part of a lot in an estate auction - with incra fence, router lift, rockler router table top, and fixed base but not the plunge base... best $100 I spent last year. Added steel legs (on sale now) recently and a table switch... just need that plunge base for other uses of the motor.

Re: UPDATED: What Tools Are on Your Holiday Wish List?

Dear Santa, I would like the following:
1. Natural gas heater for shop
2. Lee Valley gridner rest and jig
3. WOOD - Suitable for plane building
4. LN Moulding plane iron blanks
5. Table saw outfeed table
6. Router table base for recently aquired Incra positioner, router, and lift

And as said by others time and energy to use my shop.

Re: Tool Cabinet

Nice cabinet... isn't that the Schwarz design?



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