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  • urband
    replied to Issue #24 - Fall 2006
    Nice improvements to the magazine

    Hi Shannon,
    The changes you made to the magazine are very nice. My aging eyes especially appreciate the larger print. I also like the new Wood Review section.

    But the key (for me anyway) to a good woodworking magazine is having...
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  • urband
    replied to Thoughts to Ponder
    And why aren't people from Germany called Germs?

    Did you hear about the guy who saw a sign saying "Drink Canada Dry" and he almost died trying?


    Dan
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  • urband
    replied to Wood suppliers
    In the Chicago area try Owl Hardwood

    If you live in the Chicago area, especially the western suburbs, Owl Hardwood is the best place to go. They have EVERYTHING! The people there are very helpful, and they are happy to let you browse the aisles for the piece you want.

    ...
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  • urband
    replied to Sick friend
    Sharon,
    Much Love and Healing Prayers to you.
    Dan
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  • urband
    replied to which saw is better for fretwork?
    Top vs Bottom Feeders

    Ray,
    First neither top feeders or bottom feeders have anything to do with fish.

    A bottom feeder means you detach the top of the blade from the saw and feed it through the bottom of the piece you are cutting.

    A top feeder...
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  • urband
    replied to Anyone Know What This Is??????
    What it's for

    It's a special tool for picking scrollsaw dust out of your teeth.

    Dan
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  • urband
    replied to New Shop Dimensions
    It's going to be HOW BIG???

    Bob,
    I am green with envy over all the floor space you will have. My shop is a cozy 12x14 and is jammed with LOTS of tools! As much as I would like a larger shop the small shop creates a certain discipline to keep things reasonably neat and organized....
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  • urband
    replied to SSW Magazine Re-design
    Be verrry careful!

    Hi Bob,
    I understand that you have to do this sort of thing periodically to keep the magazine fresh and attractive. But be very careful! You have an excellent magazine; wonderful, creative projects and articles that are worth rereading. Probably your best...
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  • urband
    replied to Sander/Filing tool
    I looked at the Electro File at a scroll saw picnic. In my opinion it probably does what it advertises, but it seems awfully overpriced. Unless you do production work and are working against the clock I would get a good set of small files and do your cleanup by hand.

    Dan
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  • Evie,

    I am so sorry to hear about your husband. Our thoughts and prayers are with you both.

    Dan
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  • urband
    replied to Foot Switch Use
    Hi Tony,
    I have a Fein vac, which is much quieter than most, but it can still be irritating after a long session. It sits right next to my scroll saw stand, but only because that's where it fits best in my little shop. The Fein is more expensive than most shop vacs, but the reduced decibels...
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  • urband
    replied to First Saw--Delta 40-601--Good???
    It's a great saw

    That saw was my first "serious" scroll saw. I loved it. It was the first to have continuously variable speed, and even though you needed two tools to release the blade it went pretty quick after a little practice. And it was definitely faster than it's competitors....
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  • urband
    replied to Direction of grain
    It Depends

    That's true only if the bread is whole grained. If it's not whole grained the taste is already ruined so you might as well make toast.

    Dan
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  • urband
    replied to Hey Old Mooner
    Sharon's Welcome Sign

    Hi Sharon,

    I really love your Welcome sign. Can you tell me how you went about painting it?

    Thanks,
    Dan

    P.S. Getting back to original subject of this thread; is that how he got the name Old Mooner?
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  • urband
    replied to How about Magnolia?
    Give it a try

    I haven't used magnolia either, but my wood book says it is a relatively hard, easy to work, stable, straight-grained wood. It's only drawback seems to be that its color is bland, although minerals will sometimes give it streaks.

    Sounds to me like it's worth...
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