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post #1 of 7 Old 10-05-2009, 08:52 PM Thread Starter
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Hi there.

Just signed on, been lurking for a little while. Seems like a cool group.
About me:
I've been working on machinery most all my life, and a lot of it has been woodworking machinery. The only wood work I've done was framing and roofing, but at one of my jobs I re-conditioned wood machinery for a major label and managed to build myself a tidy little group of machines and tools(kinda like Johnny Cash's Cadillac, 'cept I paid for all my parts!)
I collected with the intent of spending my "golden years" building what nots and whimsies, and the occasional "serious project" but I really don't have much experience working the wood.
I've joined this group, as well as others, to change all that.
Please put up with my dumb questions, and I will try to repay y'all with a little technical advice about the tools you own.
Thanks for havin' me in. I'm sure we'll get along well.
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Just signed on, been lurking for a little while. Seems like a cool group.
About me:
I've been working on machinery most all my life, and a lot of it has been woodworking machinery. The only wood work I've done was framing and roofing, but at one of my jobs I re-conditioned wood machinery for a major label and managed to build myself a tidy little group of machines and tools(kinda like Johnny Cash's Cadillac, 'cept I paid for all my parts!)
I collected with the intent of spending my "golden years" building what nots and whimsies, and the occasional "serious project" but I really don't have much experience working the wood.
I've joined this group, as well as others, to change all that.
Please put up with my dumb questions, and I will try to repay y'all with a little technical advice about the tools you own.
Thanks for havin' me in. I'm sure we'll get along well.
Mickey
Hey fellow Texan, what area in Texas you from?

Don't hesitate to ask question here, lot's of friendly folks with lot's of knowledge.
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Hey fellow Texan, what area in Texas you from?

Don't hesitate to ask question here, lot's of friendly folks with lot's of knowledge.
Rio Grande Valley, and you?
Need to find some folks local I can talk with.Mick
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Rio Grande Valley, and you?
Need to find some folks local I can talk with.Mick
Northeast of Houston
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