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  • Re: Three More Basic Bandsaw Boxes.

    Which three boxes? I can't see any. Or am I missing something now?

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    Re: Three More Basic Bandsaw Boxes.

    Sorry that a few have to spoil it for the rest of us, Bill. I always enjoy seeing your work. It is an inspiration to the many who follow these forums.
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    • #3
      Re: Three More Basic Bandsaw Boxes.

      Bill I have to ask why did you make that post? Is that a shot at managment? I have been following your feud. I happen to agree about two things. There should be only one scrollsaw message board and what does posting pictures have to do with reducing the quality of this site, if anything I feel it enhances it and helps get a message across otherwise would be too lengthy to explain. Besides I think we all like to see what everyone else is doing. JTTHECLOCKMAN
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        Re: Three More Basic Bandsaw Boxes.

        Bill you answered my question. I thank you. I agree with you that pictures can sometimes provoke questions and as I understand it that is what all these forums are about, trying to learn and improve and maybe pick up a tip or two along the way. Like I said before a picture is worth a thousand words. Oh well, enough said. JTTHECLOCKMAN
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        • #5
          Re: Three More Basic Bandsaw Boxes.

          Bill, I really liked those boxes, too bad you took them away! Also thanks for the olink to the other message board, I haven't found that one yet!

          BTW, if you or anyone else needs a place to upload your pictures. I've got a small website with alot of room and also a seldom used photo gallery. Feel free to use it for all your pictures! http://www.extremedc.com/newalbum/cgi-bin/album.pl You don't need to register, just login with your name and it will create a directory for you to upload your pictures into. Then if you want to post them someplace, right-click on the picture, select properties, and copy the address and paste it to the page using the image tags - [code] [img] http://address here.com[/img] [/code]
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          • #6
            Re: Three More Basic Bandsaw Boxes.

            No problem Bill. If you run out of room, you know where to go

            Bill, if you don't mind, I have acouple questions. I'm not much for buying books, let alone having the time to read them. I usually see a picture of something I like and draw up a quick plan of what I want to do. For your leaf boxes, it looks like you saw the drawer section from a solid block, how do you hollow it out? Question 2, where did you get the patience to do all that fret work? After re-installing a blade 5 or 6 times to do inside cuts, I've got to quit I get so frustrated! It was worse with my 24' 66-Powermatic, but I sold that for $450 and a 16 inch Jet scroll saw. With the Jet it's not as bad, but still frustrating!

            Also, it doesn't cost anything to put pictures there for anyone wanting to use my site!
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            • #7
              Re: Three More Basic Bandsaw Boxes.

              Thanks for the tip on the drawers. It's suppose to get 50 degrees Saturday, so I'll be in the shop and am going to give it a try. I'll bring some stock down to the family room and glue it up tomorrow so it'll be ready

              Like I said, books and patterns don't really interest me. I'd rather ask a question or two and then do I learn better by 'hands on'. Normally one good picture with something in it to reference size is all I need.

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