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    Vape pen stand As an amputee I have intense phantom pain that only a relief vape can stop. If you lay them on their side all the juice pools on the side instead of at the base of the wick. The vape pens themselves have a small, tippy, footprint that easily falls over even if your hand is steady...
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  2. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Anyone do it? My wife and I have been doing it for a couple years now.. loads of fun :D
  3. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I recently got a SawStop PCS and I am having a problem. My fence is aligned correctly and I am following all of the standard safety procedures. I have feather boards and use a push stick. The beginning of the rip cut is perfect. The problem occurs when the material starts to pass the riving...
  4. Sweating for Bucks Through Woodworking
    My website revision is finished and was launched today. Check out my website at cathyswoodworking.com. Any suggestions or comments would be appreciated. This year I hope to increase my exposure through the web for more sales. Let's see if this works or not. I can't answer that question...
  5. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    When you are hot, The day is hot and your shop is hot, Indulge in a healthy cold snack. Grab some seedless red grapes, Chuck them in a bag, Into the freezer. The next day, When the day is hot, your shop is hot and when you are hot, Just chuck one in your mouth and let it defrost. Nuff said. GO...
  6. Wood & Lumber
    Some of you may recall that I found some flooring at a local lumber liquidator dumpster. Here are 2 pieces. One with original finish and one that has been stripped down. Yesterday I had a choice - cheapo belt sander or good orbital sander. I opted to by a rigid 5 inch ROS. I have already...
  7. Finishing
    Hi All, I've been lurking on this site for about 6 months nows while I create my woodshop. I am in the process of putting together a workbench, which the top consists of red oak T&G flooring over 2×4s, wrapped by poplar. I am interested in finishing the top with a finish that is durable...
  8. Finishing
    I have found Tung oil and i love it! Ive watched David Marks use it on nearly everything and now i know why! Enough said about that. If you know it, you know what I mean. My question is this-is it safe to spray shellac over the tung oil? How long should i wait? My current project is a Brazilian...
  9. Hand Tools
    Jordan has set up a poll for the next swap and will be leading the swap. I thought I would post the info here so people not following the Handplane Swap post would be able to see it and vote. Voting is now closed. Final Results are below...
  10. Focus on the Workspace
    Hello, I have debated on wether or not to get a Clear Vue Cyclone for some while now. I live in Norway, but a while ago they offered free domestic shipping, and 220$ off on international shipping. This definetly helped in their favour! :) I'm not buying a motor from CV, because the Hz in...
  11. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Want to use 1HP HF dust collector mounted sideways allowing intake to position directly above Thein baffle outlet for better airflow. Has anyone encountered any problems with the motor/impetter bearings becoming prematurely worn, or failing outright?
  12. Hand Tools
    Well.. I don't have too much to say about those silly looking Euro Horned planes… except, after tinkering with a few, man these things can really cut! A friend asked me to plane his coffee-table sized slab of burly Redwood, so he could make the Epic cribbage board. I decided to put my Euros...
  13. Woodturning
    I have a Wood River bowl gouge I'm having some trouble with. Unfortunately, I've created this problem myself. I was doing some research and discovered the Irish grind and Ellsworth grind. I tried to modify my bowl gouge to give its wings a more swept back grind. Well it didn't work I think...
  14. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hi as you may have already read in my profile I am graduating from a hobbiest into starting my own business in the near future. So here a little bit about how I came to ask this question. I am a waitress as my daily job and I work for a LARGE RESTAURANT CORP. located thru-out the usa RED ROBIN...
  15. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I'm just starting out building my skill and confidence with my router table. I understand fully the reasons and importance of feeding stock from right to left for an operation where the bit is just peeking out from behind the fence. (like using a round-over bit). Despite "knowing" that, I did...
  16. Wood & Lumber
    My parents are removing a large Locust (?) tree from their backyard, or at least I believe it is a Locust tree. The tree is leaning and they are scared it will damage the house if we have a large storm blow through. I am a hobbyist wood worker. Would this make decent lumber? Is there enough...
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