One'o'deese days Davester I'm gonna stomp out to my truck; head out
on'tha highway an'come up your way to do nothin' else than clean those
spots off that damn camera of yours - an' you better have the brews
Owen Lowe and his Fly-by-Night Copper Company
Offering a shim for the Porter-Cable 557 type 2 fence design.
Re: Today in the shop *pics*
Group: rec.woodworking Date: Tue, May 11, 2004, 8:06am (CDT+5) From:
firstname.lastname@example.org (Greg Millen)
"Fly-by-Night CC" wrote in message ...
The BS looks s w e e t Dave, how does it cut?
Just doing a test on cut &Paste. Sorry
On Mon, 10 May 2004 21:10:07 -0700, Fly-by-Night CC
See, see: $6.50 from Amazon http://tinyurl.com/3ge48
or $6.99 from Circuit City http://tinyurl.com/2lrtu
or up to $15 at a camera store. I love these lens pens!
(Y'hear that, Mr. Ironmonger, sir?)
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I don't know how David likes his, but I am mightily impressed by those I
got recently, at the recommendation of a Wrecker. I got 4 31" or so, to
augment the KBodies from the BORG.... In putting together my 'trial run'
cabinet for the 'coming soon' kitchen project, these clamps made 'square
and plumb' a whole lot easier than the F-clamps I started out with.
The trick of standing them on their heads is a clever means of saving floor
space - in short supply in my garage/shop/studio.
And Dave - niiiice bandsaw! That's last winter's project, right?
When I first bought the GS, I didn't want to like them, I bought them
because there was a super huge sale on them and I had a big job I had to
finish quickly and lack of clamps was slowing me down. Bessies were supposed
to be the best, but I found the GS to be better. GS is all that I will buy
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