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post #1 of 9 Old 10-07-2008, 11:51 PM Thread Starter
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Just signed up and saying hi. From the Boston area, mainly turning as a hobbyist. Just picked up a table saw used and beginning to play around.

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post #2 of 9 Old 10-08-2008, 12:13 AM
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Welcome declan You are going to like it here. Keep playing around with that saw. You can make a lot of stuff with a table saw.

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post #4 of 9 Old 10-09-2008, 03:20 PM
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Hey Declan,
Welcome. I have a good friend here named Declan. Only one I ever met with that name. Now there is two. I trust you are Irish and enjoy a good ale. I'm part Irish and I know I do, especially all those Sam Adams varieties from your neck of the woods. Tell them boys thanks from me when you see em.
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You have a good start.
A table saw is the most essential tool in making furniture and the lathe is the most essential tool for keeping your sanity.

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Mike,

Declan is just my online persona. I am Irish, at least in part and do like my Sam Adams!

Real first name is Steve... Pulled Declan from the movie the Jackal a while back. Liked the name and was finding it hard to come up with my first name and numbers way back on AOL!

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Hey Declan,
Welcome. I have a good friend here named Declan. Only one I ever met with that name. Now there is two. I trust you are Irish and enjoy a good ale. I'm part Irish and I know I do, especially all those Sam Adams varieties from your neck of the woods. Tell them boys thanks from me when you see em.
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You have a good start.
A table saw is the most essential tool in making furniture and the lathe is the most essential tool for keeping your sanity.

Tony B

I must not have gotten the lathe soon enough, because what sanity I had was lost years ago :)

Thanks for the welcome!
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I must not have gotten the lathe soon enough, because what sanity I had was lost years ago :)
That must be my problem. I still don't have a lathe. Guess, I'm doomed!

Welcome Declan. These guys have a great site here.
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Ok Steve,
But I'm still going to call you Declan. Sounds like it came from Boston.
Mike Hawkins
Ps, I have about a dozen Sam Adam Octoberfests stashed in my little fridge out in the shop. Like gold around here.
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