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I want to have that little talk with you about, Fractions. Yeah. But the plan is, if all goes well, that it won’t hurt – as much as it did last time. Working in sub inch territory usually involves the use of little buggers.
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Dec 28 2012 Shuteing – Chuteing – Chute – Shooting Boards What’s in a name? In this case all paths lead to the same place.
I have been looking for an inexpensive calculator that will use fractions as well as decimals. So far I have found a couple that are either expensive or complicated to use. Does anyone out there have any information that would help me find one? I don't need to do any calculating for tile, concrete, flooring or anything like that. All I want is a simple little calculator that is relatively cheap and easy to operate and can use fractions.
After buying the Harbor Freight 2hp dust collector right after Christmas, I knew I was going to be making some changes to it. First, I dumped the upper bag and added a Wynn 35a filter. Second, I really wanted to put a pre-separator on the unit to keep from having to change the lower bags as often. But, I didn’t really have a lot of room in my shop/garage for the can.
This month our Down to Earth Woodworker, Steven Johnson, concludes his fascinating "Future of Woodworking" series with some predictions of what's to come and some ideas for how we can shape the future of our craft. Steve also gets a leg up on his furniture project, and ends by recounting a story from his past that increased his appreciation for the wood he is working today. CLICK HERE to read about the futuristic products Steve has lined up for us!