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    Sad Day

    As I was finishing boards today for shipping tomorrow, I found two that had internal cracks which made them absolutely unacceptable for sale. So they were trashed. Also two others had to be altered which brought the days loss to over $1000. The junkers were thrown in the dumpster. The survivors will ship tomorrow.


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    Nooooooo!

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    that sucks.
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    Dave, why not rip the bad boards down into strips and make magnetic holders out of them?
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    If the wood is nice enough, which I'm sure it is it could be cut up for ferrules and spacers.

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    That sucks, sorry to hear!
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    That would be hard for me to do (such beauties) but when it's your business you just do what you gotta do and keep rolling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    Dave, why not rip the bad boards down into strips and make magnetic holders out of them?
    I honestly hadn't thought about that. May try one just to see if I can do it. Now, where can I get some magnets?

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    the ebay

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    Dave, why not rip the bad boards down into strips and make magnetic holders out of them?
    +10

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