Keggers

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Keggers last won the day on May 11 2018

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About Keggers

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  • Birthday February 19

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    Souteast. Missouri
  • Woodworking Interests
    Shaker style furniture. Selling lumber - primarily high quality walnut and cherry either on eBay or direct.

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  1. Excellent job! I have some grand kids that would love this.
  2. I'm curious as to how a twenty foot tall tree can be be a big threat to someone's house. I mean the trunk can't be very big. Just my 2cents worth.
  3. You might offer to meet them half way, so long as they covered your expenses. With that being said, if you COULD find a freight company to ship your two boxes, it would probably be cheaper for your client and a lot less trouble for you. I would imagine you'd have to build a plywood crate for each chair to insure that your chairs arrived in the best condition. That's a consideration that you'd have to figure into your price. I don't really see how it could be cost effective for your client. It's a great compliment to you that she's wanting to have you build the chairs for her.
  4. Yes, I too would like to see a picture of what you are wanting.
  5. Ken, if I had one I'd just give it to you. Alas, I don't own one.
  6. Excellent projects! Welcome to the forum!
  7. Keggers

    New Table Saw

    Nice video as always. I like the saw. I really like the large round shutoff button. It should be real easy to find quickly when the occasion arises!
  8. Another great video! Very well done! And as always, very much appreciated.
  9. Absolutely beautiful! Thank you for sharing!
  10. Keggers

    Shop Tour

    Thanks for the tour, Kev. You have a great looking shop!
  11. I think the bowl looks great! I have no problems with the proportions. Good job!
  12. Welcome to the forum, Jim. Some mighty nice folks here.
  13. I agree with Richard. I've read it can be cut with a circular saw. jig saw or hand saw but I'd think dust would be a major concern not to mention the damage done to the saw blade. I'd also use a razor knife.
  14. That is one beautiful table. Great job! Truly a project to be proud of!