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    Gotcha. I will try the flat fence then and see how that works out.

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    Great post! Thanks for taking the time to do that. Now I feel a little better about all the money I've spent on blocks.

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    Wow! What a great post! I learned a bunch, i specially like the focus on security while using the tools... Thank you very much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burl Source View Post
    I am really careful when using the bandsaws and the other tools as well.
    Because of that I have something that a lot of woodworkers don't have.
    10 fingers and no scars.

    Knock on... wood.


    Great tutorial and pics, thanks Mark

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    Nice to see a butcher's band saw in use. I had a Biro in my cabinet shop for years and the sled makes cross cutting so much easier. How long is a blade good for cutting iron wood?

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    I love these how to cut wood posts you do Mark, thanks for sharing.

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    Dig the focus on safety...keep it up! Oh, and thanks for the WIP!
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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