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  • About Larry Schweitzer
    Biography
    Own a woodworking shop. Process both solid lumber and panels, mostly for commercial projects.
    Location
    Nebraska
    Interests
    new to metal casting
    Occupation
    Retired, sort of.

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  • Last Activity: 01-28-2017 08:13 PM
  • Join Date: 12-23-2016

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01-15-2017
12:49 AM - difalkner quoted Larry Schweitzer in post Production mode
For me, much of the fun comes in figu...
01-13-2017
02:03 PM - renraw9002 quoted Larry Schweitzer in post need help broadening my horizons so to speak
Over the WB dye it would probably wor...
10:42 AM - renraw9002 quoted Larry Schweitzer in post need help broadening my horizons so to speak
Nah, shellac is a film finish, like p...
12-30-2016
10:43 PM - Huxleywood quoted Larry Schweitzer in post band saw resawing
This is the smaller of the Baker saws...
12-29-2016
11:12 AM - mikechell quoted Larry Schweitzer in post What did you do today?
IMy shop has evolved over the years f...
02:38 AM - Al_Amantea quoted Larry Schweitzer in post Moisture Meter
Wood moves, how much you can live wit...
12:42 AM - Al_Amantea quoted Larry Schweitzer in post Moisture Meter
Al, glad you got a good one. Can you ...
12-28-2016
01:02 PM - Larry Schweitzer quoted bill.marshall.94 in post Moving air
yes I do have blast gates, but I have...
12-27-2016
11:54 PM - Al_Amantea quoted Larry Schweitzer in post Moisture Meter
An accurate meter will cost you $200 ...
12-25-2016
11:48 AM - Jon Hayden quoted Larry Schweitzer in post Cutting square hole in 6" lumber
Two thoughts: Is that wood dry enough...
12-24-2016
10:00 PM - woodnthings quoted Larry Schweitzer in post Most of us are "hobbiest" woodworkers
....... Top of the line tools often ...
12-23-2016
06:54 PM - FrankC quoted Larry Schweitzer in post Transporting a contractor saw.
I'd take all the easy to remove parts...
 
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