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    hay all

    hows every one doing today. spent the morning in the shop making a new coping saw and came in for a bit of lunch.
    most of my work is done with hand tools but i have been known to fire up a table saw every now and then. hope to find some good ideas and share some of my ideas here and meet some new people.
    Kevin Hough

    <Lathe work always turns out>

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    Howdy back at you
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    Good morning, Kevin. Welcome to the forum.
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    Welcome to the forum.
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    here is the coping saw i was making
    Kevin Hough

    <Lathe work always turns out>

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    Howdy Kevin! Cool looking saw
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    Kevin that saw looks good. Did you build it from plans or your own design?
    It's not what you achieve in life...It's what you overcome!

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    i drew it up on my own but i wanted the tops to curve in.
    Kevin Hough

    <Lathe work always turns out>

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    Welcome to the family Kevin! Nice job on the saw!
    Darren

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    Welcome aboard Kevin and nice saw too
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