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    I have noticed we are getting more and more new folks and they are actually posting. This is a great thing...It is fun to have fresh posters coming out of the lurk mode, they have valuable information, tips and questions which help us all. Experienced and newer cutters alike.

    My reminder is....If you ask a question in a thread, please remember to return to the thread to get your responses. Some folks on here put forth some effort to find the answers if they do not already know, it is always nice to see the person who asked the question got the answer....so remember to stop back by your posting and say thanks.
    "Still Montana Mike"

    "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
    Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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    Good advice Mike. It is always good to acknowledge ones response to a question. We appreciate all the help we can get & don't want to loose it, because we drop the ball. Thanks Mike
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