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shopsmith mack v 10 er

11-07-2014 12:11 AM by patty | 4 comments »

Well I brought my shopsmith 10er home yesterday. I am excited to use it but first I need to clean it up. I don’t know how to get the rust of of it especially the rails I also am not sure what size blades the bandsaw takes. I need to service it because the guy I got it from says he had not used it in 10 years. Then u have to figure out how yo use it. I am ready

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Just for Fun #2: Colorado State Forest Service Land Management Program

03-12-2013 03:18 PM by ScottShaeffer | 4 comments »

Scott takes you on a tour with a landowner and a Colorado State Forest Ranger as we talk about a very cool program sponsored by the CSFS designed to help land owners manage their forested land and connect them with resources and information vital to land management.

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A great experience

10-07-2011 09:06 PM by DocSavage45 | 8 comments »

I recently ordered a new cordless drill after my Bosch 24 volt of 11 years just stopped. Was at my local ACE and stumbled on DEWalt. The cordless drill was on sale! Well that model was not in stock, gave me a replacement number, and I went to get some criticle reviews on the tool. I failed to notice that it was not a replacement. It was a 12 volt DeWalt. I need torque. In my hast I found the best price and it was well reviewed. At 1/2 the store price! It also came in 3 days! When I o...

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Customer Service - has this ever happened to you?

03-19-2009 08:52 PM by PurpLev | 8 comments »

I’ve actually heard other’s speak of similar experience, but as I’ve never had it first hand, I had always spoke in favor of the stores, and tried to bring a second side to each story. This time – I was on an unfamiliar side of the story… maybe this has happened to you? I’m in the market for a new table saw, I had sold mine (maybe a bit prematurely, as I am without one for the time being – although with not too much time to be had in the shop, ...

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The customer experience nightmare or client from Hell.... #1: Night mares...from the chopped down ELM street tree

11-22-2007 03:38 PM by Dusty | 44 comments »

Miles a fellow lumberjock posted a comment on one of my projects. ”QUOTE “ This reminds me of a lady i did some work for on a sort of rustic lake house. Except she was so anal retentive that she wanted to micro manage where hammer marks, scratches or even where nails went on the stuff i was building. I invented a new name for her style‚Ķ..PRISTINE RUSTIC! hehe —miles125, Alabama..”Architecture is frozen music”” I could relate to having severa...

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Developing Authentic Expectations While Working With Commission Customers

06-01-2007 06:28 PM by Mark A. DeCou | 6 comments »

I have moved this information over from the Church Lectern project as I think it cleans up the Project Posting better, as most of this extra information was really just Blogging material. So, if you read this information in the Project Posting, then there is nothing new here. Let me know what questions you have, and I would also enjoy hearing tips from each of you on how you work with clients. I’m just figuring this out myself, so I have a lot to learn.- – - – - – -...

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Everything you didn't want to know about WD-40

05-17-2007 06:09 PM by fred | 8 comments »

There was a recent blog about removing the shipping stuff off of tools and such. Many of the responses mentioned the use of WD-40. In the spirit of a public service announcement and not wanting to hijack the thread, here is some additional information: Water Displacement #40. The product began from a search for a rust preventative solvent and degreaser to protect missile parts. WD-40 was created in 1953 by three technicians at the San Diego Rocket Chemical Company. Its name comes from ...

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