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  1. I bought the plastic super dust deputy (item #: AXD002030A) by mistake. I have the metal version and they work awesome. I tried to sell in locally without luck and I think too much time has passed for me to return it. It's still in the box it was delivered in and I haven't opened it. $140 $120 and you pay shipping. (from Portland, OR.) PM me if interested. Thanks
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    Guild Build Adirondack Chair

    Summer Guild Build 2011
  3. This is my Guild Build Adirondack Chair <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/30080949@N03/6154697618/" title="IMG_1366 by Dax_S, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6174/6154697618_1a19eb3023.jpg" width="374" height="500" alt="IMG_1366"></a> <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/30080949@N03/6154154169/" title="IMG_1363 by Dax_S, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6162/6154154169_a506f6e1c0.jpg" width="374" height="500" alt="IMG_1363"></a> <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/30080949@N03/6154153913/" tit
  4. I like this one the best. Single cloud lift. Go with it!
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    IMG 1068

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    IMG 1069

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    IMG 1071

  10. Good points Matt. I'll see if it works and then decide. Thanks
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    Pluto Arcade Stick

    This is one of the coolest things I've ever seen.
  12. Pinstriping is a sweet idea. I was thinking more along the lines of flames or an airbrushed landscape of the Rockies...you know something tasteful. OR, since there are two rails that slide together it could be like the back of a Mad magazine. Each rail has a separate landscape scene but, when they come together it makes a portrait of Fidel Castro. Oh man the creative juices are really flow'n.
  13. I'm building the exact width dado jig from one of Marc's vids and I'm wondering how far people go to finish or dress their jigs? As a beginning woodworker I've spent some time making this thing, cause my skills are developing and I go slow. So it's not going to be one of those jigs or shop helpers that I use once and then trash. Because it's plywood should I edge-band all the sides so the ply isn't exposed at all? What sealer if any? What do you do with jigs you hope to keep in the shop for a long time? I don't think I'll ever be jig crazy with racks and racks of jigs, but I love the
  14. Caulk Boogers. If I can make it instead of buy it, I'm in. This thread has my vote for one of the best in the "Movie Quotes" category. "So, Lone Star, now you see that evil will always triumph because good is dumb."