chucktown

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Re: Furniture Master Michael Fortune

Spell check please! It's Particular ;)

Re: Furniture Master Michael Fortune

So is there a perticular time the slide show will be available?

Re: Garrett Hack: Furnituremaker and Farmer

Isn't it Tuesday August 6th now? ;)

Re: Shop Talk Live 25: Time for a New Monster Workbench?

In regards to lumber in NC it is Steve Wall Lumber and they are awesome! Just picked up some 15" + cherry for a clients table.
Thanks for the great cast guy's!
Cheers

Re: 9 reasons why I don't sharpen my plane blades as well as I thought

These are fun videos, I caught them last week some time on FB.
I guess if you spend that much time shapening then where is the time for working...just saying ;)

Re: Aled Lewis: Woodworking Odyssey

What time do you think this will be up? Just wondering

Re: Shop Talk Live 8: Just a Splash of Water

Video was the key to this and now its gone, not a great move.
Maybe you should get away from the "live" aspect and just do a weekly or biweekly video release of the show, I could never make the live stream, but I was sure to come back and watch it a few days later. Sorry, this has to be a big thumbs down for me.
Cheers,
Charlie

Re: UPDATE: Google SketchUp Guide for Woodworkers - The Basics with Dave Richards

I've been considering buying this, but free would be even better! Count me in!
Cheers

Re: UPDATE: Building Small Cabinets by Doug Stowe

Count me in, I would love to won this and autographed too!
Very cool.
Thanks

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

I would love a copy of this, COUNT me in!
Thanks

Re: Behold, the Speed Tenon

This is a great technique, I use it quite often. As for the safety aspect I think that is up to the individual and their
experience, as well as, comfort level they have with their machinery. If you have taken the time to learn how to operate your machinery properly then "you" will know what it is capable of doing.
Thanks for sharing and I know I would not have a problem with seeing this in your pages, but I am not the "safety police" either ; )
Cheers

Re: UPDATE: Building Small Cabinets by Doug Stowe

Me, Me! Count me in! This looks like a fun book to have.
Thanks

Re: SawStop inventor Steve Gass defends the latest tablesaw verdicts

I think it's great to hear Mr. Gass weigh in and also to see
things from his perspective. Unfortunately though I am still having a problem with where the blame lies.
Flesh sensing technology, riving knives, guarding, anti-kick back pawl...and so on do not and will never excuse stupidity or a lack of training. Having respect and knowledge of the
equipment you use is paramount. As an employer you should
be training your employees on safety and proper use of tools
in the work place. Blaming the tools for cutting you is simply
a lazy and irresponsible act. Did the oven burn your cookies too? Osario might have had a better chance if was trained properly on how to use the tools provided and if they had their guarding still in place. They should have sued the company he works for and not the saw company. Just saying...

Re: UPDATE: Building Doors & Drawers by Andy Rae

Thanks for another great chance to win, I'm in!

Re: UPDATE: Using and Tuning Your Bandsaw by Hendrik Varju

Count me in, Hendrik makes excellent videos,
Thanks!

Re: Blade brake inventor aims to compete with SawStop

I saw this a few months ago and I like it better than the Saw Stop technology for all the reasons goodguy points out.
APO, your right on, the guard stops the blade and you touching the blade so counting how many teeth go by in an eighth of a
second is pretty irrelevant. I think in the end that none of
these technologies are an excuse for using tools responsibly
and properly or for training your employees to do so as well.
Take control of your equipment and use your noggin' and you
couldn't be safer.

Re: UPDDATE: Shop Improvements: Outstanding ideas from the world's finest woodworkers from Fine Woodworking magazine

Who couldn't use this? I'm in!
Thanks

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Woodturning Spindle Projects by Alan Holtham

I am always in for free books! Thanks

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Carving 18th Century American Furniture Elements by Tony Kubalak

I'm in, thanks for the offerings.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Greene and Greene Furniture: Poems of Wood & Light by David Mathias

This looks very cool, count me in!
Thanks

Re: Winner Chosen for Tablesaw Safety Tip Challenge

The best safety tip I have come to recognize is not something you make, build or buy. It is the common sense reasoning when I use my saw. You know...that little voice or tingle in your brain that make you stop and think twice about what you are doing and whether or not it is safe. Experience, common sense, and knowing your tools limits are some of the best safety devices you own.
Cheers

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Esherick, Maloof, Nakashima: Homes of the Master Wood Artisans by Tina Skinner

This looks like a very cool book to thumb through, I'm in!
Thanks,
Charlie

Re: UPDATE: DVD Giveaway: Surface Preparation and Staining by Hendrik Varju

Looks like a great series, I;m in.
Thanks

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Traditional Projects from the New Best of Fine Woodworking

This looks like a great book, I'm in.
Thanks

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Making Ladder Back Chairs with Russ Filbeck

This looks like a fun subject, count me in!
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Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Wharton Esherick Studio & Collection

Count me in, thanks again for another great book.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: 1st five "issues" of The Missing Shop Manual series

Looks like good stuff, count me in.
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Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: 1st five "issues" of The Missing Shop Manual series

Free! Throw my name in the bowl.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Getting the Most from your Wood-Buying Bucks

This is something I have been interested in for some time, I'm
in!
Thanks

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Getting the Most from your Wood-Buying Bucks

June 7th is a Monday...right ;) count me in
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Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: How to Choose and Use Bench Planes and Scrapers by John English

Looks like a handy book to have in the library, Thanks

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

Sign me up!
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Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Contemporary Hawaii Woodworkers by Tiffany DeEtte Shafto and Lynda McDaniel

Just caught this, looks very interesting, count me in!
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Re: Miracle Shield Blocks Kickback

HA!!!
April Fools is awesome!!
Love you guy's

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

Looks like a great set, count me in!
Thanks

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Windsor Chairmaking by James Mursell

I like books too!

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

Didn't get it, but still looking for my new cabinet saw...Honey!!! It was back ordered...that's it.
Hope everyone had a great holiday.

Re: Poll: Any Machinery on your Holiday Wish List?

Oops... I listed this in the PT section too, the more the better I guess.
I am still waiting on my new Saw Stop PCS... hint for Santa.
I could also use on of those 12" Jointer/Planer combos, maybe from Laguna, you just gotta dream.
Happy Hoolidays

Re: Poll: What power tools are on your holiday wish list?

I am really wanting to upgrade from my contractors saw to a really nice cabinet saw, the new PCS Sawstop is on that list.
A 12" Jointer/Planer combo machine is also on that list, LOL!
Happy Holidays

Re: Poll: What hand tools are on your holiday wish list?

I've been hankering for a adj. mouth low angle block, just like the LN. A low angle Jack would be pretty awesome as well.
So many tools so little time...
Happy Holidays to all



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