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    Galootitis........?

    I think this is an airborne infection, that is transferred by fine shavings off of a hand plane.....................

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    ............. I think I've got a bad case of it.............

    Seriously, making the back bench on the SawStop has been a fun time, and I'm really enjoying picking up some hand tools and making some nice quiet messes

    Cheers!
    Last edited by Stuart Ablett; 04-26-2009 at 05:30 PM.
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    Hmmm. I think it's about time you rearranged your shop again...
    There's usually more than one way to do it...
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    You look like a real Galoot there Stu. Careful, don't fall down that slope!

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    If you really become a true galoot, I have a place for any of your electric tools, specially the sawstop.
    Best regards,
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    Stu,
    it'd all work a lot easier if you'd get that table saw out of the way.
    paulh

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    A good heavy cabinet saw makes an excellent sturdy bench. Keep the Sawstop.
    Jerry

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    Actually Jerry, I built a good solid bench around the Saw Stop

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    The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.
    William Arthur Ward

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    His shop sign should read.

    Quiet real Galoot at work.
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    Got that new #5 nicely tweaked, I see...
    Jim D.
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    I like the way you included the TS within the space of the New Bench. Great use of space
    I have seen where fellows make hugh extendions for the TS and that is OK when you have a large shop but when realestate is a dear commodity, as you have and as I am restricted to, that makes a great comprmise.

    Thanks for posting.
    Last edited by Bill Simpson; 08-05-2009 at 05:25 PM.

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