Jensen, "dog" is a widely used engineering term that refers to a device that prevents motion (via clamping or blocking) or allows motion by coupling. The "dog" part is because it bites and holds on.
Saftety glasses, shmafety glasses...what I need is a tourniquet.
Always looking for a different perspective on layout.
Thanks for the giveaway. Looks like a great book.
Found an old Fulton jointer plane under the tree. A little cleaning and the mandatory iron tweaking will have it going like new.
That L-N block plane looks nice. And the hammer, and the dust deputy, and ...
But when you click on "Search Inside," the cover photo matches the one here.
Looks great. Thanks for the opportunity.
What? No mention of a plaid shirt and safety glasses?
Hmmm...threaded lids...another entry on the To-Do list.
Thanks for the tour. Could you explain briefly the lumber storage setup (a little hard to tell from the pics.) I'm trying to figure out just how to do mine. I thought about putting arms on the studs directly, but then I'd have to piece the wall covering (OSB) around it. I appreciate any time you have to respond including the pluses/minuses of your current system.
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