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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Do Not Use!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I've been keeping quiet on this for months and after the last few days I can't keep it in any longer. I've been once again screwed by a piece of crap. This one was a complete mess to work with and here I am ready to box up the so-so results and find that the wood has shrunk significantly on me - overnight!

    This adds up to more than 20 blocks I've had bad from them to date and I will NEVER touch their stuff again!

    To be fair to them I brought this to their attention many months ago and they issued a refund for the bad wood and I am pleased about this level of customer service but this does nothing to help with the re-do work that I've had to perform as a result. I've lost a huge amount of time and money over using their products and I'm disgusted enough to now speak in public about it.

    I second that. I would not touch a block stabilized by them ever again. I spent more time cleaning my bits, than drilling. Stuff they use gunks up your bits and belts like crazy. I never have this issue with blocks I get from Knife and Gun. Plus, the block was full of voids, which normally should be filled with stabilizing.

    I think it has to do with acrylic stuff they use.

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  3. #23
    Yikes. They've gotta take care of that one. Thanks for the heads up.

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