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  • NC Scroller
    Reply to A discussion about wood thickness.
    by NC Scroller
    As Jim said it is project specific. Normally I prefer thicker before I like the extra depth. Thicker is less prone to breakage. The only real advantage to thinner is allows for stack cutting.

    Now from perspective of using what an author says in an article I normally use what I have...
    Today, 05:02 PM
  • Jim McDonald
    Reply to Latest Project
    by Jim McDonald
    Really neat piece. Hope you signed and dated it.
    I have a table my grandfather made as a school woodshop project--according to family lore--and I wish there was something from him on the table.
    Today, 04:59 PM
  • Jim McDonald
    Reply to Nova drill press
    by Jim McDonald
    Sort of like telling us you're getting something and making US wait!
    Wish I was closer to give you a hand.
    Today, 04:56 PM
  • Jim McDonald
    Reply to Medical heads up about a loop implant.
    by Jim McDonald
    Really glad to hear you got your "jumper cables" installed. Your cardiologist sounds like a great physician.
    Do what he says for a while. That storm mess will still be there.
    Today, 04:54 PM
  • Jim McDonald
    Reply to A discussion about wood thickness.
    by Jim McDonald
    It would depend on the project. I have laminated at times to add thickness and I have scaled patterns to fig a piece of stock, but going from a prescribed thick stock to thinner (on hand wood) has never slowed me down.
    Sometimes i have a piece of wood that works perfectly around knots or live...
    Today, 04:49 PM
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