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I've received many inquiries about where to purchase the safety switch
I have on my Powermatic Table Saw. I give this switch my highest
If you love woodworking you will love this magazine. Written by woodworkers for woodworkers.
David Marks is the host of the series Woodworks on the DIY network.
I have learned a lot from watching his show and have taken a
couple of his classes. He is a great teacher and an extraordinary
Hal Taylor's web site is a must see for anyone interested in rocking
chairs. I have purchased Hal's book available on his site that
explains in great detail how to create a wonderful rocking chair of his
design. Doing so is on my project list for 2007 and hopefully my
web site will soon have some pictures of my progress.
Check this site out for an incredible selection of veneer from all over
the world. I have become fascinated with using veneering and have
started using veneer for my projects because of the incredible choices
of wood species that are impossible to obtain any other way.
I purchased my vacuum press from this company and have been absolutely
delighted with the machine. I met Darryl Keil, the company's
President, at a veneering class I took at the Mark Adams School of Woodworking.
Darryl was a wonderful teacher and the week I spent with him at
the school has totally changed the way I approach woodworking!
I absolutely love this place!!! The Marc Adams School of
Woodworking is located in Indiana just south of Indianopolis.
When I first walked into the school I was blown away with the
facility and the equipment. You will not find a better equipped
woodworking school anywhere in the world! The instructors are
truly world-class and no matter what your skill level, you will find
something that will rekindle your passion for this craft!
C. Fortune is a Canadian woodworker I greatly admire and respect.
He has reached a pinacle in his art that few of us will ever
achieve. Michael is also a wonderful teacher, author, and all
around nice guy. I've taken his chair design class at the Marc
Adams school and was blown away by Michaels skill, talent, and
willingness to share secrets he has learned over a lifetime of
practicing his craft.
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