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Just a short intro. I have been making sawdust for close to 40 years.I have a small shop in northern NH where I repair,restore and reproduce primarily antique clocks. I'm still learning how to make wood to what I want it to do.
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Just a short intro. I have been making sawdust for close to 40 years.I have a small shop in northern NH where I repair,restore and reproduce primarily antique clocks. I'm still learning how to make wood to what I want it to do.
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Hi Tom
I'm in Windham, Maine.
Northern NH, huh?
Where do you go shopping for shop stuff?

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Hi Tom.
Shop stuff? Supplies and consumables I either mail order,big box store(an hour away),or auctions. Tool purchaces are lately confined to repair or service what I have.After that it's pretty much catch can.
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I was just curious since most tool stores are gone.
When I was in Burlington VT there was a great tool store called Russel Supply. http://www.russellsupply.com/
I loved going in there. They had everything from sandpaper to cabinet saws. They even made bandsaw blades for me.
Just thought I'd share.

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Hi Tom,
Never did get to Russell's but did hear of it. Lived in Cambridgeport(right next to the twilight zone) for a few years.Used to be a couple of good stores in Keene,NH. One was a Delta/Rockwell/used tool dealer-gone now. I do know of a place in VT that deals in used tools-mostly machine tools but he does have wood working tools. Where I am now is at least an hour to any where-but in its favor it's a nice quiet place and most everybody knows everybody.
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Welcome from Texas !!!

Welcome to the forum.

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Where did I put that tape measure???
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