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Rick Kr
Rick Kr
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Last Activity: Yesterday, 01:07 AM
Joined: 06-04-2018
Location: Halfway, OR
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  • Rick Kr
    started a topic Color Coding Blades

    Color Coding Blades

    I read somewhere that I should color code my blades. It didn't take long before I realized the value there. I started using just a single color for the half dozen blades I had, but then I acquired a much larger array of blades (brands, types & sizes). I have eight colors of those valve pump paint...
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  • Rick Kr
    replied to New Guy From NE Oregon
    Thanks. That did the trick.

    Edit: What? Wait. The signature showed up on older posts, but not in this reply.

    And now it is there? What gives?...
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    Last edited by Rick Kr; 06-12-2018, 09:45 PM.

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  • Rick Kr
    replied to New Guy From NE Oregon
    Yes, thanks. That is the comment I want to have show up with each post. That one was added as an after-edit. It was given to me my my graduate school advisor. It resonated then and ever since.

    Once the post was there, I could not access the "Tags" area. It should be possible...
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  • Rick Kr
    replied to New Guy From NE Oregon
    What field in our profiles is used to add the byline at the bottom of messages we post? On my initial post above, I see "Tags: none" but I have not found where to enter anything for "Tags" and is that the right thing to be looking for?...
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  • Rick Kr
    started a topic New Guy From NE Oregon

    New Guy From NE Oregon

    Hi,

    I am new to scroll sawing but have been woodworking and metal working since childhood. Woodworking started with balsa airplanes, guided by my father, when I was about 5. As a teenager, he had me build a Sabot sailboat. He put me to work in his machine shop when I was in high school....
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    Last edited by Rick Kr; 06-12-2018, 12:27 AM. Reason: If you want nice, clean, fresh oats, you must pay a fair price. However, if you can be satified with oats that have already been through the horse, that comes a bit cheaper.
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