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Jump to new posts Re: TFGuild Tools by Bill Rainford @ 09/22/17 08:15 PM

Hi Jim, Good to know about the mirrors. I've been using mine on the current frame as its just me working on it alone. Thanks, -Bill
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Jump to new posts Re: W Red Cedar Allergy by Cecile en Don Wa @ 09/22/17 04:53 PM

Western Red Cedar planted over in Germany for the purpose of harvesting some 80 years ago is just now coming to market. It produces a very different wood in those growing conditions, harder, less brittle, lighter in color, much broader growth rings a
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Jump to new posts Re: W Red Cedar Allergy by Joe Wood @ 09/22/17 08:21 AM

What do you build out of the wr cedar Windknot?
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Jump to new posts Re: TFGuild Tools by Jim Rogers @ 09/22/17 03:15 AM

I will have some peg mirrors very soon, as well.
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Jump to new posts Re: W Red Cedar Allergy by Windknot @ 09/21/17 09:14 PM

Originally Posted By: Joe WoodOh I don't have any symptoms, yet, just trying to stave it off if and when I develop it! I've heard it can hit even after working with it for years, just trying to be cautious, I work a lot of cedar and want to continue
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Jump to new posts Re: W Red Cedar Allergy by Joe Wood @ 09/21/17 08:15 PM

Oh I don't have any symptoms, yet, just trying to stave it off if and when I develop it! I've heard it can hit even after working with it for years, just trying to be cautious, I work a lot of cedar and want to continue working it!
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Jump to new posts Re: W Red Cedar Allergy by Windknot @ 09/19/17 07:56 PM

Joe, what are your symptoms? We work with a ton of WRC and have never had any allergy-related problems. I am curious though.
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Jump to new posts Re: TFGuild Tools by Jim Rogers @ 09/19/17 12:42 PM

Bill: I have (non branded) chisel sheaths see tools for sale listing. Jim Rogers
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Jump to new posts Re: gambrel roof without perlin by Roger Nair @ 09/18/17 06:07 PM

Since I have never lived in New England nor have worked on old colonial NE frames, I can only guess and likely incorrectly about a building that is not well described. Please provide a description of the roof frame, members and frequency, the bracin
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