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Just one more reason why I love this forum

I was really bummed out when my brand new lathe decided to quit.
I explained to you guys what happened and you responded with good common sense troubleshooting.
This is the importance and value of forums like this.
It's like having an extra set of eyes and ears in the shop.

So to all of you who responded, to all of you who just peaked in and watched .....thank you thank you.

Learning more about tools everyday

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post #2 of 5 Old 01-30-2013, 08:51 PM
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Tell us how you really feel Tom? Laughing!!!!
So is it working?

Edit: I saw you said yes.
Cool!!!!

When it's rustic......it's rustic

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Hi! Tom!
Woodworking is like any other endeavor, the more you know, the more you realize you don't really know! Other fields have similar learning "curves", like music, math, construction, health, come to think of it, all fields of learning work pretty much the same !
This forum is all inclusive, ya just gotta have that burnin' desire to turn a beautiful tree into something different and hopefully better!
This forum has the heart, yearning, wisdom, social connections, and questions (without which we'd have no forum at all) and much more of the things only people with a common goal can provide !
We thank all of you guys for making this site the great forum it is!
Mo' happy days !
Best,
Marena and Vinny
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We thank all of you guys for making this site the great forum it is!
Mo' happy days !
Best,
Marena and Vinny
Vinny, I was searching for something today and found an old radial arm saw, so old it was hand turned. I immediately thought of you.

Sorry I clicked onto other pages and lost the link.

The hand wheel turned the saw blade via some mechanism. Pre-electric motors.
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I was really bummed out when my brand new lathe decided to quit.
I explained to you guys what happened and you responded with good common sense troubleshooting.
This is the importance and value of forums like this.
It's like having an extra set of eyes and ears in the shop.

So to all of you who responded, to all of you who just peaked in and watched .....thank you thank you.
Extra set of eyes? I'd say it's like having any army of helpers. For free!
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