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  • GrayBeard Phil
    replied to Help-Help-Help
    Chase:

    There is a complex problem where a few Email hosting programs will block an inbound Email if the sending Email hosting server will not allow verification the sending server's DNS address and verify the sender's email address actually exists on the sending Email server. This reverse...
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    Last edited by GrayBeard Phil; 09-25-2009, 07:41 PM. Reason: I understand what I wrote, but needed to clean it up for others.

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  • McMaster-Carr industrial supply house.

    (link may not work!)
    McMaster-Carr

    May be hard to find in web catalog and McMaster-Carr, but they do have them. **BUT**, hang on to your wallet real tight, they are not cheap.

    Phil
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  • GrayBeard Phil
    replied to Laser scroll saws
    Terry,
    I hope you understand I am not jumping on you, I am trying to debate the points of your post. Please, please don't take anything personal about my reply. But some of what you posted really pushed a lot of buttons, and I do hope I have not in turned pushed yours.


    Design...
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  • GrayBeard Phil
    replied to Laser scroll saws
    We, as scrollers, are not the only craft where this CNC automation affects the craft / street fair / art show circuit.

    Example,, last time I was at a local craft show, a real nice lady was selling hand embroidery kitchen aprons for the ladies, and young girls. I am sure at many such local...
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  • GrayBeard Phil
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    Kim:

    Your instinct is correct, laser CNC machines are not 'hand-crafted.' Lots of discussion on this topic at forums and message boards dedicated to the craft-show vendors. Craftlister.com is one such web site.

    YouTube has several videos on CNC laser cutters. Do a YouTube...
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  • GrayBeard Phil
    replied to Delta Scroll saws
    Yes.

    Black & Decker, which is the parent corporation also for DeWalt, Delta, Porter-Cable, and a few other brand name companies like Kwikset door locks (The Black & Decker Corporation) made a high level decision to drop the entire Delta scroll saw line. This took place some time...
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  • GrayBeard Phil
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    Ireland?

    Mike's workshop would be best if you want USA supplier.

    I am sure EU, somewhere is an industrial supplier that sells "wire sized" drill bits to hobbyist. Did you ask on the UK scroll saw site?
    UKW :: UKworkshop.co.uk

    Lots of web sites that...
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  • GrayBeard Phil
    replied to Puzzle help
    Northstar:

    This may not help you, but I thought I would pass it along anyway....

    Keep the back of your hands in-line with you lower forearm; both wrists straight. Just like in ten-pin bowling. Important to keep wrist off saw's table.

    Don't push & twist...
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  • GrayBeard Phil
    replied to How to finish puzzles
    BlueLucky:

    This is from what I know... which may not be what others know....

    All jigsaw puzzles are subjected to a lot of handling. The object of the finish to to protect the graphic from fingerprints, oil and salt from potato chips butter popcorn and peanuts, plus beverage...
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  • Camilla:

    FYI, some people apply the Triple-Thick Glaze before cutting. If you apply after, sometimes the pieces don't quite fit together. This is due the the finish thickness and possible sags and curtain-runs of the finish in-between the pieces. If you have such a situation on one or...
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    Last edited by GrayBeard Phil; 07-09-2009, 06:39 AM. Reason: Add Welcome!

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  • GrayBeard Phil
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    Nice scrolling fret-work around the outside frame.

    Phil
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  • Joe:

    This is my personal preferences: For intarsia, any eyes and noses should be clear gloss (looks wet and shinny); bird beaks and tusks should be dull satin (so they look used.) However, your project, your choice.

    Don't forget, there is one finish maker who is reported...
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  • GrayBeard Phil
    replied to Where to buy a 788?
    Two worst places:
    Sears tool catalog: about $590.00
    Amazon dot com: about $590.00

    Aside: Amazon now claims the 'New and Improved' mfg retail List Price for a 788 is $952.00, so their 'sale' price of $590.42 will save you $361.63.

    Phil
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  • GrayBeard Phil
    replied to 45 degree cuts?
    Ok, Here goes......You might already know much of this, sorry but I just wanted to cover the bases....

    In general, Block Planes are hand held planes used by finish-carpenters to trim the end grain on wooden molding that went around interior doors and windows. This was back in the days...
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  • GrayBeard Phil
    replied to 45 degree cuts?
    Speaking of Shop Notes, and it's sister magazine WoodSmith......

    They sure do put a lot of emphasis on using stop blocks and other other holding devices when making miter cuts.

    The people who do lots of mainstream woodworking with power tools seem to agree the 1st steps...
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