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About RichardA

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    Furniture, Utilitarian pieces, tables, cabinets, bookcasesand learning more!

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  1. I've got a couple of sticks of butternut, but I just can't find a decent use for it, it frays so badly. At least the stuff I get.
  2. FWW
  3. You got it right, I didn't catch that, the table does look backwards. There's no blade showing, and that makes me wonder!
  4. It looks like it needs a bunch of work, that fence is kinda weird looking. And I'd bet it needs bearings. It runs, all that means is the switch works. It looks like the table top is going in many directions, but that could just be the pic or camera angle. Price wise, considering the work, I'd offer $400 and see what they say...But you won't really know much til you get up close and personal, with a straight edge and some wood.
  5. Here's where learning to read the grain before you clamp it up to plane comes in handy. If your planing an edge, look at the side of the board and see how the grain runs, to get a good curl, the grain should be running the same direction the plane is going to go.
  6. That's the way it's supposed to work. well done.
  7. Their "F" style clamps are worth every dime.
  8. Looks like there's no backer board!
  9. Coop thinks Anchor-Hocking are plane blades.... they're "plate" blades Coop, how many times do I have to tell you?
  10. I for sure want to see it! Nice work Vinny!
  11. Head bowed, hands behind my back, shuffling my feet, thinking "Aw Shucks" . Keep it up Ice, it will soon be a natural part of you!
  12. A small piece of 120 or 220 sandpaper on the fence face, will make it a tad less likely to slip.