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I suck at guessing but I want that board the sixth from the left or fourth from the right in the last picture lol:thumbsup:
 

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Tommie Hockett said:
I suck at guessing but I want that board the sixth from the left or fourth from the right in the last picture lol:thumbsup:
Oh yes that is a pretty one isn't it?
 

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for some reason my ipad posts my pictures sideways. Sorry about that.
 

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Back to the pile for some Maple pieces to accent the walnut.
A laminated handle for a mallet with multi axis turning.

(Oh btw I started a build thread on how I made your mallet)

I will follow this and have more guesses.

Are you doing a skate board for your boy?

Dave The Turning Cowboy
 

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A laminated handle for a mallet with multi axis turning.

(Oh btw I started a build thread on how I made your mallet)

I will follow this and have more guesses.

Are you doing a skate board for your boy?

Dave The Turning Cowboy
I will definitely be reading that thread
 

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used the mortise machine a lot. Some through mortises and some not. Some I drilled the bulk out first on a drill press. The mortise machine does fine on the walnut and I'm pretty happy with it but I figure I can save some wear on the chisel/bits by doing some drill press work.
 

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It will take who knows how long to get this part replaced. the part that broke is what holds the lower blade guide in place
 

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used the mortise machine a lot. Some through mortises and some not. Some I drilled the bulk out first on a drill press. The mortise machine does fine on the walnut and I'm pretty happy with it but I figure I can save some wear on the chisel/bits by doing some drill press work.

Hmmmmm, an American using a drill that should only be available in Canada through a store called Canadian Tire. Thought I'd never see the day. :laughing: Either way, your build is going great. I'm not guessing, I'm just enjoying watching it. I would make one comment, and I don't mean to criticize, but you should really get some safety glasses on for the table saw work. You're scaring the crap out of me. You only have one set of eyes, don't risk them. Okay, I'll climb down off my soap box now and go back to lurking in your build thread.
Carry on.
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Hmmmmm, an American using a drill that should only be available in Canada through a store called Canadian Tire. Thought I'd never see the day. :laughing: Either way, your build is going great. I'm not guessing, I'm just enjoying watching it. I would make one comment, and I don't mean to criticize, but you should really get some safety glasses on for the table saw work. You're scaring the crap out of me. You only have one set of eyes, don't risk them. Okay, I'll climb down off my soap box now and go back to lurking in your build thread.
Carry on.
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Kinda made me wonder too.lol Worked 8 years for that company.
 
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