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Blog entry by Maclegno posted 01-20-2010 02:23 AM 1218 reads 0 times favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

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-- Maclegno,Scotsman in Italy



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GMman

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#1 posted 01-20-2010 02:34 AM

Nice, good idea, well done too.

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kosta

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#2 posted 01-20-2010 03:54 AM

looks good

-- kosta Virginia Beach, VA http://www.kostasworkshop.blogspot.com/

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rookie54

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#3 posted 01-20-2010 04:45 AM

classy idea, excellent execution…
and,
incredible inspiration…
thanks!!!

rookie

-- rookie ...we'll see what happens...

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Dennisgrosen

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#4 posted 01-20-2010 09:32 AM

that ain´t a bad idea at all
22 years ago and you still
want to claime that you are
new in woodworking after
we have seen some of
your earlyer projects

Dennis

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stefang

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#5 posted 01-20-2010 11:20 AM

A nice woodworking solution to remind visitors. I don’t smoke, but I often wonder what is worse, breathing sawdust or smoke? I know, I know, we’re supposed to have good dust removal, but you can’t remove all of it and for some machines any of it, and wearing a mask all day isn’t an option for me, though I don’t mind wearing one for the worst operations.

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.

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rookie54

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#6 posted 01-20-2010 04:26 PM

when i first got intrigued by this infernal hobby/obsession i could not see or understand tha warnings about tha dangers of dust…
i used zero protection for years…
but about tha time i learnt to hold tha gouge at tha right angle and i got my speeds right, and tha chips really started to fly and tha air filled with large, medium, small, and dangit! particles, my lungs started feeling tha effects…
usually tha next morning.. (coff coff)
i do not like to, but i force myself…
when i walk into my shop, every time, i put on my saftey glasses, a 3M mask i got from tha local paint store, and an apron…
the only “optional” equipment i use and remove iz a face shield…
just looking at tha superglue dots on that shield tell me i’m glad i’ve got it…
every time i change out tha filter on my mask, i’m glad i wear it…
every time i am amazed at tha dust cake on tha filter of my shopvac, i resolve one more time to use it continually…

just my experiences…

rookie

-- rookie ...we'll see what happens...

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Maclegno

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#7 posted 01-23-2010 04:10 AM

No Dennis I have never claimed to be new to woodworking only to a lack of experience. I have never, before joining FLICKR and here recently, had much contact with fellow enthusiasts. I have learned by experimenting and a lot of reading

-- Maclegno,Scotsman in Italy

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Dennisgrosen

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#8 posted 01-23-2010 04:52 AM

I´m sorry I most have mixed some of you up that isn´t surprize me with that head I have :—)

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