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Blog series by Mark Wilson updated 01-08-2016 06:33 AM 5 parts 5853 reads 21 comments total

Part 1: 7c Progress

01-07-2016 02:09 AM by Mark Wilson | 6 comments »

I know. I didn’t do this with the first two. But, you know, things get better, as one goes along. This one seemed worth the effort. I’m not done with it yet. I’m in the process of finishing the inside. So, while BLO soaks, I Blog. There are seventeen Montages involved here. I’m thinking I’ll give you three or four at a time, so’s you don’t get bored. On with the show-and-tell. All Montages are ordered clockwise from top-left. If the font is a little s...

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Part 2: - OR - How short a Blog Can Be When I'm Hungry

01-07-2016 02:16 AM by Mark Wilson | 4 comments »

Only two Montages here. Enjoy. Sometimes, Time is our friend. (Note: I’m still feeling the need to C&P these Things to Wordpad, in case I get “Application Error – Oops.” Life is short. Eat the good ice cream.

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Part 3: - OR - Number Seven See Comes Along

01-07-2016 07:38 AM by Mark Wilson | 3 comments »

This third installment carries us through the question of what happens with the crack. There many options. Some I’ve done; some, I haven’t tried yet. Some, just so complicated they give me a headache. Besides which, I lack a grown-up bandsaw (See Frank Howarth’s solution for a crack in a bowl). ). Here’s the inspiration for the technique I chose: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_kKUBHd4hM Some may have seen this coming. When you find yourself ge...

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Part 4: - OR - Seven Down, Six To Go

01-07-2016 07:56 AM by Mark Wilson | 6 comments »

- OR – Twenty-five or six to four. Or, something like that. This fourth installment takes us through the rest of the crack contretemps. Note that I gave up on turning a 1/2” dowel, and opted for a store-bought Oak one, instead. I decided to go horizontal on the 1/2” holes because, quite frankly, my back hurt. I didn’t feel like standing the Shopsmith back up. This had the unanticipated advantage of a new design element: I was forced to tilt the table ...

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Part 5: - OR - Surely He Must Be done With It By Now

01-08-2016 06:33 AM by Mark Wilson | 2 comments »

And I am. The finished photos will be in a Project Post, when I’m done posting this, last, Blog on the matter.Last night, I drenched the Thing in BLO. That’s been a good thing, in the past. Not this time. Today, I mounted it up, wiped it down… (Why did he wipe it down?) ...because it was weeping oil. That’s never a good thing. It means I over-BLO’d it. Never a good thing. Well, sir. You can’t sand that out. Unless you’re ready to go through abou...

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