KenBry

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About KenBry

  • Birthday 04/12/1966

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Surprise AZ
  • Woodworking Interests
    Turning, building
  1. Thanks, i managed to figure this out and my method was very similar to what you said.
  2. Guys, i need your help. I am building my bemch and am at the point where I am attaching my legs to my long rails. I bought the benchcrafted. You can see the bolts and barrel nuts that I.bought at the link below. http://benchcrafted.com/Store.html I need todrill a half inch hole straight through the leg, down the center of the tenon and rail. Total length is 7 1/2" I know Mark used these in his roubo. So if you guys can't help I understand but I really don't want to screw this up. Please help if you can
  3. I received the joy and smiles from the people that I love when they received the handcrafted item that I gave them.
  4. Can I come work in your shop on weekends? LOL... OK seriously...... I knew you where in Phoenix, I thought you where probably closer to Mesa... Mark, how can I get in with the Local WoodWorkers? I saw that the one group was all the way out in Mesa to darn far for my liking. Bad enough I just drove across town to Woodcraft today.... And Yes, there is a Town called SURPRISE http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Surprise,+AZ&hl=en&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=48.019527,90.351563&vpsrc=0&hnear=Surprise,+Maricopa,+Arizona&t=h&z=12
  5. I was in Woodcraft all the way on the otherside of town a week ago. I casually mentioned that they need to be in the Area of Suncity. (no I am not that Old, just live near it LOL) They mentioned they are looking at the area of 99th and Bell Rd. I think that area is Peoria which is fine by me, it would be nice to have a store near by so I didn't have to drive 40min to 1.15hrs to get to. Just passing this info on.
  6. Greetings friends, I recently discovered WoodWhisperer. ( just crawled out from under a rock) I was a user of LumberJocks for a few months. After a 26 year delay I have found myself into the hobby of woodworking. I have always been fond of the activity however my career never let me really do what I wanted and accumulate the tools. Times have changed and I am settled down. I have been accumulating some tools and really am enjoying letting my creativity flow. I look forward to getting to know some of you and will be looking to you for inspiration and camaraderie.
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