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benches for Pennsic Hi: I added some photo's (in "Kai's projects") of a bench I made for Pennsic last year. Actually I made 5 benches but the rest stay in storage near Pennsic.
kai_saerpren
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Re: Lee Valley April 1 I love this bench,  Just think of the space savings.  Perfect for the apartment dweller. The crack about mostly hirsute cult of followers of Roubo is
Lynda Fjellman
Apr 2
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Re: Lee Valley April 1 ... Once again, Lee Valley manages to come up with a Poisson d'Avril so subtle it passes for real. I wasn't sure until I read the lead-in about the Renaissance
Broom
Apr 2
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Re: Lee Valley April 1 If you type in AFD in the search area you can see all 11 of their tools Ralg AnTir
n7bsn
Apr 2
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Re: Lee Valley April 1 It's right on the front page, the button says check out our new bench.. http://www.leevalley.com/us/home/page.aspx?p=71736&c= Brandubh
Ben Cogan
Apr 1
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Re: Lee Valley April 1 http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/page.aspx?p=71736&cat=1,41637 ... -- Michael Houghton | Herveus d'Ormonde herveus@... | White Wolf and the
Michael Houghton
Apr 1
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Re: Lee Valley April 1 I was reminded to look by this posting from a friend: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYvcHS2XPU0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYvcHS2XPU0 He asked if my
bayard_turner
Apr 1
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Lee Valley April 1 It's April 1, and I assume Lee Valley has a special tool posting for us, but as usual, I can't find it. Any idea where to look?
bayard_turner
Apr 1
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Re: old toolz Those are some pretty awesome old hand tools. For those wondering where the link will take them it goes to a site with some mid-1600 tools for woodworking
d6crawler
Mar 25
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Re: old toolz He has wonderful pictures and descriptions. The Google Translate works pretty well, you get the "gist" of the text. Peter
Peter Ellison
Mar 25
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old toolz check this out!!! http://hyvelbenk.wordpress.com/2014/03/21/verktoy-pa-skokloster-slott/ http://hyvelbenk.wordpress.com/2014/03/21/verktoy-pa-skokloster-slott/
kai_saerpren
Mar 25
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Re: piercers and wimbling irons ... In Japanese tools, a gimlet like that would be called a Tsubo-giri. If you do a web search for them, exclude any result with the word "ninja" in it. -- THL
Ishiyama Gen'tarou Yori'ie
Mar 24
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Re: piercers and wimbling irons Here's a set of images of creating a spoon bit and brace. Sorry all the text is on FB. Havent had a chance to put it on the website. It's really not overly
Hall, Hayward
Mar 24
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Re: piercers and wimbling irons Master Grendal of Red Troll Forge in Vancouver WA probably can make up whatever you want.  I know he has made spoon bits and adzes, as well as ornamental
Lynda Fjellman
Mar 24
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Re: piercers and wimbling irons That should work. When I'm turning, I often use a spindle gouge to drill a clearance hole for end grain pieces, rather than taking the time to switch to a
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Mar 24
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piercers and wimbling irons Hi all; I have been puzzling ("he puzzled and puzzed until his puzzler was sore") for some time about how to simulate historic examples of small wood boring
kai_saerpren
Mar 24
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Ingeborg i Trondheim http://kana410.com/bty/id-fox-news.php Ingeborg i Trondheim
Ingeborg i Trondheim
Mar 12
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Re: Bacteria filter properties of wood I dunno. Drink a lot of water. Exercise to keep lungs healthy and moving. The body purges a lot of junk on its own if we maintain it right. or just plane
D. Young
Mar 12
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Re: Bacteria filter properties of wood Very much a matter of choice. For example, I don't smoke, never have. Never seen a nearby mammal drop dead from someone smoking in the area. Have seen people
Peter Ellis
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Re: Bacteria filter properties of wood Yeah. I just mean that being paranoid of wood mold is something akin to being afraid of meteorites. It could harm you, sure. Unlikely however. I would be
D. Young
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Re: Bacteria filter properties of wood I suppose we all make our choices and take our chances. Some of the wood dusts are real irritants, some are at least nominally toxic. Particulate matter in the
Peter Ellis
Mar 10
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Re: Bacteria filter properties of wood ... fuel funk than to worry about cutting wood. ... While the first part of you email is accurate, the post you linked didn't suggest there was a health
Broom
Mar 10
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Re: Bacteria filter properties of wood We inhale more crap walking along the side of the road in Co2 fossil fuel funk than to worry about cutting wood. Unless you live in a factory, Id say your
D. Young
Mar 9
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Re: Bacteria filter properties of wood ... My apologies to Richard, and thanks as well. ... cooking. The spores that produce the toxin are heat-tolerant and will survive boiling water for an
Broom
Mar 6
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Re: Bacteria filter properties of wood Bacteria in the wood when it acts as a filter? Yes. That is exactly where you would expect to find it. Filtration captures material in the filter medium. That
    dukegavin
    Mar 6
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    Re: Bacteria filter properties of wood [1 Attachment] Actually, my purpose of posting the original link was a simple logic puzzle. The classic experiment of putting bacteria on the wood cutting board, and then
      leaking pen
      Mar 5
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      Re: Bacteria filter properties of wood Botulinus toxin is extremely potent. To the best of my knowledge the toxin is not broken down by heating, which is part of why it is so dangerous in foods.
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      Re: Bacteria filter properties of wood Thanks but it was Richard who posted the link.
      Jerry Harder
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      Re: Bacteria filter properties of wood I believe it was Richard who found and poster the link, but your welcome anyway.
      Jerry Harder
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      Re: Classes at Pennsic, yes I wish to talk about this again ;) I am arranging to teach my classes in our camp so that i don't have to haul tool boxes and workbenches to A&S and Back. Perhaps the meet and greet could
      kai_saerpren
      Mar 3
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