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Location: Jonesville, MI..
I have been at this woodworking for a while now. I am in my eightieth year. I bought my first power tool in 1956, a Delta eight inch table saw, and I still have it. It still works smooth and true. My main table saw is now a ten inch Delta. I was born and raised in Iowa, but spent 35 years in New England. While in New England I worked in local pine. Now that I have retired to Michigan I work in native hardwoods that I purchace rough from local saw mills.
-- Nils, So. Central MI. Wood is honest.Take the effort to understand what it has to tell you before you try to change it.
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