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With all the home improvement shows and channels on the TV what’s your favorite?
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I'm still a fan of "This Old House" but was wonder what home improvement shows all my Kreg friends watch?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Deangelo M Thornton Sep 26, 2016.

What do you do with your wood scraps?
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I was just reading a reply to a post I made and Geoff Simpson mentioned wood scraps and that got me to…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Aug 19, 2011.

What is your favorite wood to build with?
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With so many woods available to build projects with it’s difficult to choose. Pine is cheap but very soft, oak is wonderful but expensive! I enjoy working with MDF as it assembles well and really…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Elizabeth Leveques Dec 30, 2015.

What your favorite Compressor and Nailer?
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I just recently bought a Porter Cable PC3Pak Finish Nailer/Brad Nailer/Stapler Compressor Combo Kit from Home Depot and it was and is love at first sight! I just may consider throwing all my…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Butler Mar 16, 2011.


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Kreg Jig® Master System
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Moderate Woodworker

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At 6:55pm on March 8, 2011, Jay Boutwell said…
Ralph, Thank you for the invite.  I consider it an honor and look forward to an opportunity where we can share our projects as well as a friendship
At 6:10pm on March 6, 2011, Jay Boutwell said…
Ralph you are most welcome, it does look like a nice place where you can enjoy your sop time.  Looking forward to teh photos.  Enjoyed talking with you on chat room.  Surprised to learn that the world is even smaller that I thought.  .  Hope you come back west........
At 8:38pm on February 4, 2011, Robert Brennan said…

Hello Ralph,


thanks for your concern, the floods have not directly effected our home/property, however all th residences on the brisbane river were devistated home and industry alike.

Peacock saws who are at West End and are one of my business I use were flooded, they had to relocate their Admin offices to a temporary building higher up.

The saw shop was a mess when I went past. In fact I had a set of planer blades there for sharpening and I thought they wold have been gone. However when i rang them, they asked for a description so they could find them, Fat chance I thought, but sure enough they rang back and said they were ready, amazing so I offered my services (labour) to help clean up anything.

At 10:55pm on January 29, 2011, Jay Boutwell said…
Ralph, Thanks for the nice comment about the chest.  Yes you are right about the cedar smell.  At times it was almost overwhelming.  I viewed your photos and you have some very nice projects also.  I liked the bed headboard.  I also liked your shop tool layout. Looks like you can work pretty comfortable in there.  Looking forward to seeing more project photos from your shop.  Jay Booutwell Salem ,Oregon
At 7:38pm on January 29, 2011, Steve Bennett said…
Sorry I took so long to get back to you. I'am as much of a beginner as you can get. I made the work bench and forgot the kerf of my saw so half my legs and stiles were short lol. Oh well i can atleast say i learned form that. Oh btw my wife loves humming birds and i saw the feeder you made. is that just a 2x4 and is that a pre made hook for it, or is it a wood piece?
At 7:32pm on January 29, 2011, TOMBOY said…
Hey Ralph, just noticed your previous comment about selling your chairs and a great place is; I did the whole Craigslist thing and it went ok but, people are not interested in paying you what your work is worth mostly...They think it should be discounted like a used item and that your work is just part of the deal it seemed.  So, can't recommend much beyond that, my sales were stemmed from work done on CL and word of mouth from those clients:-)  Sorry for the delay in returning this comment!
At 11:09pm on January 26, 2011, TOMBOY said…

Ralph, I am sorry that your comment got missed today; you may have already figured this out if you went on to Lowe's but, I think the bench was right around $130.00 that is with the 2" foam and fabric choice...I say I think because I can't find my expendature records for that project...Back when I was selling items, I kept books for each project and unfortunately since this was my own project I am afraid my recordkeeping wasn't that great:-)  That sounds about right though; I remember thinking that is was strange that the ottoman was more expensive than the bench and the ottoman ran around 130.00 not including the foam and fabric; even now though, I am second guessing my memory...Let's just say be prepared to pay around 100.00 for material and supplies and add accordingly if you decide to aphoulster:-)  Check back in if you have any other questions and I will try to not be so neglectful next time!  I am going to post pics of the ottoman tomorrow once the day gets going, needing a little extra light!!!  Good luck on the bench!

At 2:18pm on January 26, 2011, Steve Bennett said…
Hi Ralph. thx for the invite. How long have you been woodwoking?
At 8:12am on January 26, 2011, steve kidd said…
hi ralph, thanks for the friends invitation. like the blog on compressor and nailer. i know how you feel about nailers, how did we ever get by without them. i have nailers from a 23 guage pin nailer to a framing nailer. also have coil nailer for shingles and several staplers and a flooring nailer. the staplers are great for attaching luaun backs to projects.
At 8:27pm on January 24, 2011, TOMBOY said…
Hi Ralph, you will find it at Lowe' under cabana bench, I would be happy to forward the plans to you if you don't find it right away...Feel free to leave your email address in my Kreg inbox where it won't be viewed by everyone that way if you should need to.  Hope you are able to come across it without any trouble

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