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My projects are not anywhere close to what I see from you'll, but they have made me a few bucks here and there just local shops. At least enough to but more wood. The flag is just 1x6 PT deck boards.
I forgot the '&' in the cedar branch.
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I forgot the '&' in the cedar branch.
The branch is the "&".... I see it.

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All looks good to me, Good JOB!
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What you least expect usually makes the most $$. Just go with the flow!
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Overhanging the spoilboard is a really great way to get the full range of motion from your machine. I need to do the same.
Great projects!!!
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Nice looking work Cary . I only hope to get to your level
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Nice looking work Cary . I only hope to get to your level
Thanks Rick, I still feel like such a newbie with this machine. Using your quote, I only hope I can get to the level I see in this group. I'm amazed most every time I log in this site.
Scotts steam punk project was the latest that blew my mind.
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Nice work, Cary! Like John said, whatever people want and whatever sells is the ticket. If you had told me a year ago that my biggest seller on Etsy would be Longworth chucks I would have thought you were nuts. But people want them so I cut them. You've succeeded in these nice things you've made so now you know what to work on. Good job!

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Overhanging the spoilboard is a really great way to get the full range of motion from your machine. I need to do the same.
Great projects!!!
Might want to leave at least a small section open along the front rail so you can do joinery on the ends of boards. Or add a section of tilting bed like 4D posted.
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