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Old 04-03-2006, 12:18 AM  
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Default new guy to answer q's for you about cab's furniture

third generation cabintmaker, furnituremaker, high end custom only. denver west area. If you have ay q's post here or email me at

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I'm glad to help and answer any questions, and I won't try to sell you anything.

(I'm new here) what a great site!

I am current in several different manufacturers of all types of hardware and have a vast knowledge of lumber and fabrication procedures.



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Old 04-03-2006, 07:06 AM  
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Hey Chief,

Glad to see you here. Stick around and be a regular. There's always room for experience here. I understand that you are building some tools and accessories? I'd kind of like to see the router sub-bases.

I'll see you around.
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Old 04-03-2006, 08:15 PM  
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haha hey tom ky. i sold some to the guys on the other boards and got great feedback. I'll keep you posted. I just bought a new toy earlier today.

http://www.junkwarehouse.com/amazon/...rch_B0000223AV

very nice. yes I do plan to offer a wide range of router enhancing products as well as many others. Unless you looked in the den and saw what i did to my finger with a compression bit.

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Nice drill press. I've got the basic floor model drill press by Delta. I haven't got that religious yet. The variable speed is a heavier duty drill press all around.

I'll check the den tonight. Hope you do well with the products.

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Old 04-03-2006, 09:38 PM  
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6" quill with .001 run-out I've read. the table bevels, and rotates too. the motor is 110/220 nice.....

Anyway since no questions yet my name is david, any q's about lumber/stability adhesives and applications, laminations/glue up procedures, etc.....

I am also good at tool recco's since i return crappy tools but I'm not cheap, so I can tell you what works.



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