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Well, it finally happened...

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June 22, 2017, 3:40 pm

This is why the terrorists hate us. -- -MIKE- Playing is not something I do at night, it's my function in life --Elvin Jones (1927-2004) -- www.mikedrums.com Read more »

OT Sears Canada RIP

June 22, 2017, 12:34 pm

.. not sure how Sears is doing in the USA - but the once proud retailer has been going downhill for several years here in Canada. Stock trading halted this morning. http://www.cbc.ca/news/bu... Read more »

In case you have not bought your rolling tool boxes yet.

June 21, 2017, 11:02 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbqZ32wJTRs#t=266.113364 Read more »

A stark reminder for BLO users!

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June 20, 2017, 11:47 pm

A *very* lucky dude. https://www.youtube.com/embed/v0CPhmplHek?rel=0 Read more »

What Would Make A Shop Go Boom?

June 20, 2017, 2:23 am

I've often heard that using a bathroom exhaust fan to exhaust finishing odors is bad idea, but I'm sure there are certain conditions that would have to be present for it to really be a danger. Co... Read more »

The Cribbage Board Is Broken!

June 19, 2017, 12:20 am

What a fiasco this turned out to be. There must have been a problem with the plans or maybe it's the wood I chose. I gave the board to my son, we played 2 games to break it in and he beat me bot... Read more »

Covering patches over a non-stainable wood filler

June 17, 2017, 8:42 pm

I successfully (I thin) got rid of carpenter bees, only to find that woodpeckers took their place., but the holes were now long and gouged. I filled the holes with a filler, then sanded them, and th... Read more »

MDF question

June 17, 2017, 6:42 am

Trimming out an enclosed stairwell (to be carpeted) with 1x12x18ft mdf slipped between the stringers and drywall. At both the bottom and top of the staircase I would like to end the diagonal trim wi... Read more »

some projects

June 17, 2017, 3:01 am

quick list of the funnest things lately custom spice rack with turned cross rails custom to fit certain brands and custom to fit one space oak and walnut and cedar a sealed trash can used the v... Read more »

Liquid weld recommendations

June 15, 2017, 9:58 pm

Fixing the grill and needed to grind off a couple of badly rusted screws. Looking for recommendations for 2 part epoxy that can withstand grill temps up to 600. Read more »

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Wooden Speakers Fading Problem rating: 5

Hi Chaps, I just purchased a delightful pair of used ProAc 125's in Cherry wood, everything is in exceptional condition except for when I take the grill's off there is fading around where the grill... Read more »

Bending 1/2" redwood rating: 5

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Anybody have any advice? I spent over an hour steaming the damn stuff, and it was cool again before I could get it into my jig, and it cracked as soon as I tried to bend it. Various web searches i... Read more »

Sharpening multitool/oscillating saw blades rating: 5

I find myself using the multitool a lot on jobs, more and more often. It does a great job on cutting drywall, wood base, all sorts of things that occasionally have nails in them. The blades are pret... Read more »

Does Anyone Hate Their Grizzly 1023 TS? rating: 5

I'm looking at buying a tablesaw, and I think I've settled on the Grizzly 1023SLX: http://www.grizzly.com/products/item.cfm?itemnumber=G1023SLX I've gotten a lot of positive reports about the 1023; ... Read more »

how do i install In-ceiling speakers? rating: 5

hi, I am not sure if this is the right group to ask, but since everyone sounds like a pro at what they do, I thought I'll try. I've purchased 2 sets of In-ceiling speakers I'd like to install in the ... Read more »

Opinions on Grizzly Jointers? rating: 5

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Varathane Gel Stain screw up rating: 5

Hello group, I'm an inexperienced woodworker, but I decided to make a computer desk. Anyway, on this sheet of red oak plywood I put the Varathane Gel Stain, and I guess I didn't read the directions c... Read more »

Honda G65 rating: 5

This is not a woodworking post, but I was hoping someone could help. I have a Honda gas engine model G65 6.8 hp, it's about 20-25 years old. I have been trying to find a service manual for it. Honda ... Read more »

abernathy vise rating: 5

I picked up an Abernathy Vise No. 80D at a yard sale today. Twenty bucks. The seller had cleaned it up and painted it yellow. Not my choice of color for a vise, but, you take it like it comes. I... Read more »

Poplar for face frame cabinets??? rating: 5

Just wondering if I could/should use Poplar for the face frame cabinets I'm going to build. Is it strong enough? I was planning on using red oak, but, since they will be painted (and I know poplar ta... Read more »

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