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Mike Kahle
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Mike Kahle's Discussions

building a garage door of sorts

I have an old box trailer that used to be on a straight truck. the box is about 20 foot long, 10 eight foot wide and about 9 foot tall. the old door on it is shot. It is a very thick, heavy door. I…Continue

Started Oct 25, 2011

Standard fridge height
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Is there a industry standard to fridge height? Planning out cabinets and would like to use the space over my fridge too, but would like to make sure I am not screwing myself in the future when I…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jay Boutwell Oct 26, 2011.

Community Chat
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What happened to the Community Chat feature of the site? Why is it gone? Is it coming back?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jens Jensen Jun 3, 2011.

Anyone here good with planning out a shop?
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I am terrible at planning out organization strategies. I want to get my shop and whatnot organized for everything I have and might get.... I want a place for everything, car stuff, plumbing,…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jens Jensen May 26, 2011.

 

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Which Kreg products do you own?
Kreg Jig® Master System
How would you describe yourself?
Beginning Woodworker

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At 11:26am on August 28, 2011, Leslee said…

 Thanks, Mike.

I always need help in downloading things on this site. I am trying to be a better woodworker. I started with using 2 bys and plywood until I get more comfidient in using hard woods like oak, maple, and such. I really want to improve my skills in woodworking. I have done some really neat stuff. I made a workbench and made smooth wooden slides for my drawers. I had a neighbor checked out my door slides and he thought that they were ball bearing slides.  He was sure embressed with them. I know I sure was. Thanks again for the friend request.

                                                       leslee

At 10:11pm on June 1, 2011, steve kidd said…
hey mike, what happened to chat
At 7:24am on April 20, 2011, steve kidd said…
hi mike, i didnt want to post this on the router blog, but i would never ever use a 1/4 shank bit to make raised panels. you would just be asking for trouble and a trip to the er. 1/4 shank might be ok for the rail and stile cuts. i only use 1/2 shank bits, stronger and dissipate the heat better. i gave all my 1/4 shank bits away. the 1/2 shanks cost the same or slightly more than the 1/4 shank. this is only my opinion and you know what they say about opinions. check with jay and see if he agrees with me. talk to you later. good luck with the water problems.
At 10:19pm on April 12, 2011, Jay Boutwell said…
Mike, It looks like you got a bargin in a saw as it was made when a craftsman tool was a real tool that you could depend on and work with it without the fear of breaking it.  I read the post of both John Schaben and Jens Jensen  and I would say that they gave you some very good advise.  i can't add much other that say you have got something worth fixing up and using.  It will give you many years of good reliable cutting.  I have seen more of these earlier model radial arm saws than of the newer ones in the cabinet shops that I have visited over the years.  Congradulation on picking this one up.
At 9:39pm on April 10, 2011, Jay Boutwell said…
Thanks Mike it is  pleasure,  looking forward to a friendship with you.   thanks again for the invite.
 
 
 

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