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Hi, everyone just found this forum. Snooped around and found a lot of interesting things. Learned alot already. I'm new to wood working, been in electronics and metal fabricating most of my life. Just thought I'd chime in and say "HELLO". I do need to post a few questions and will do so in the proper place. I hope with the talent and knowledge here, this ol' fart will get some expert answers.

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Hi, everyone just found this forum. Snooped around and found a lot of interesting things. Learned alot already. I'm new to wood working, been in electronics and metal fabricating most of my life. Just thought I'd chime in and say "HELLO". I do need to post a few questions and will do so in the proper place. I hope with the talent and knowledge here, this ol' fart will get some expert answers.

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Well welcome to the forum Fox E. You are right about there being Experts on here.LOL But I think there are way more very talented people here. Ask way and sit back and read, And enjoy.

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Welcome to the forum fellow Buckeye-n. What part of Ohio are you in?
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I'm in outside of Enon between corn and beans. Down the road from WPAFB.
BTW, Enon is nonE backwards ..and that's what we have.
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