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Just muddling along... now and then I learn a little something.

-- TNJames

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able339

47 posts in 1000 days


#1 posted 1000 days ago

to the beginning gent who is wanting to do dovetails – look seriously at the Akeda dove tail jig – and also Keller. Those two(2) are fine jigs and best suited for a beginner.

-- TNJames

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#2 posted 1000 days ago

Welcome aboard. Nice that you could join us on Lumberjocks.

-- Wayne - Plymouth MN

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able339

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#3 posted 1000 days ago

I thank all y’all. (I am a transplaanted Yankee – I have been in the south for the past thirty (30) years and dabbling at woodwork for all that time. I hadn’t really got serious about it until about six years or so ago… There’s a whole heck of a lot that I don’t know! For that matter, I just finished screwing up the back “jaw” of a moxon vise!!! I chopped the recess for the Hex nuts on the wrong side of the jaw!!! My Indian name is now “Sitting Dummy”. I do believe I can salvage it by sawing the 1.75×1.75 clamp piece off of the jaw and mounting a new one on the side OPPOSITE of my nut recesses. if one lacks talent or common sense, CHEAT!!!

-- TNJames

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#4 posted 999 days ago

Glad to see that you have made LumberJocks a part of your Woodworking experience… Welcome

-- Max "Desperado", Salt Lake City, UT

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able339

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#5 posted 999 days ago

Not a good day!!! I also screwed up the front jaw of the moxon vise! I mislocated a hole!! I was able to salvage the back jaw… I may have to remake the front one! I am having too many days where my head is up my behind, lately!!!

-- TNJames

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#6 posted 998 days ago

Welcome To LumberJocks.
Good Luck…

-- Rick

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