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View Poll Results: Who should win the "fits in a box" contest?
thegrgyle 38 29.69%
johnnie52 6 4.69%
woodnthings 20 15.63%
bigben 43 33.59%
woodworkingkid 4 3.13%
GROOVY 10 7.81%
Cliff 2 1.56%
wema826 5 3.91%
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post #21 of 84 Old 05-02-2013, 02:04 AM
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I made this thread a sticky until the winner is announced.

Everyone did a great job.
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Did I get everyone? What about Steve?

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Was I disqualified from entering this contest? I had posted my entry link here http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f2/ba...-50063/index5/ post number 89.

Did I break a rule? or was my project not selected to be judged?

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Was I disqualified from entering this contest? I had posted my entry link here http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f2/ba...-50063/index5/ post number 89.

Did I break a rule? or was my project not selected to be judged?

Crap, sorry man. I missed it. I will add you right away.

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Ok people there are way more than 40 some odd people on here everyone needs to vote

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Crap, sorry man. I missed it. I will add you right away.
Thank You!

Mistakes happen, Its apart of life!

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Steve, I am sorry you were unable to make it, I do however commend you on your Quality of workmanship, not taking the easy way out or faking it with a few pictures. I also want you to know that you would have had my vote, from your original design to the quality of your work it has simply been amazing. You bring a level of quality to this forum that many of us look up to myself included. Above all I personally appreciate your sense of humor expressly shown with the impromptu signs in the background!! It has been said already that The front panel containing the lock itself would have been a contender if not the winner, I have to agree.

I am also going to copy / paste this on the voting pole.

Again, Im sorry for the bad luck, and my hat is off to you and your quality standards, You may not have won but you have shown all of us that people still do have standards and they are worth sticking up to. Thank you!

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Steve - I really hope I get to see your final product. I'm sorry it didn't make it to the final run but man was that exciting to watch!
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Would it be possible to somehow have an easy link to each project? Maybe the link could be after their name in the poll? Or we could edit the first thread to have all links in it? Just asking as I'd like to take a quick look at all before I choose.

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Man, I'm having a hard time deciding who to vote for. The entries are so amazing.

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As disappointing as it is for me, I didn't get mine completed in time. Thank you very much for the opportunity.
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Would it be possible to somehow have an easy link to each project? Maybe the link could be after their name in the poll? Or we could edit the first thread to have all links in it? Just asking as I'd like to take a quick look at all before I choose.

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The links to each participant and their build project are in post #1.
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Shane, can you add john's (wema826) build thread to the first post so people can easily check it out?

http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f13/b...e-build-50848/

I'm sure he wouldn't mind a mortiser as consolation...
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dang that is a close race!
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Ok people there are way more than 40 some odd people on here everyone needs to vote
I still need to vote...but it isn't because I am lazy. I just can't decide!


Also, I am taking offers if anyone wants to bribe a vote.
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Vote for me I need an edge sander.

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Nothing like a kinetic sculpture..

..truly. Well done, bigben!

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So how do we vote?

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Shane, can you add john's (wema826) build thread to the first post so people can easily check it out?

http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f13/b...e-build-50848/

I'm sure he wouldn't mind a mortiser as consolation...
LOL Thank you Shopdad!!! your right, a mortiser would be handy!!

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So how do we vote?
Go to the top of this thread and there is a place to vote there.

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