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    Default Wood work by metal workers


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    Painting by electricians

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    Woodn't work .

    Cheers, Vann.
    Gatherer of rusty planes tools...

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    Do plumbers stew plums?

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    I am so reminded of the old days when this forum was woodworking and the new metal work forum was added.

    One almost felt guilty about talking about metalwork.

    It would be 15 or so years back if anyone remembers that far back.

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    This was done by the metal work guys in the mens shed and I told them "I've seen better legs on a pirate".

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    Am I the only one who can't access the picture

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    No

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    No!

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    Does this count? Wooden guitat neck, milling out the skunk stripe for a truss rod repair.image.jpg

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    Hey, you're supposed to use a router on a radial arm for that job!

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    How did you get that photo into your post?????
    Cheers, Joe
    retired - less energy, more time to contemplate projects and more shed time....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhovel View Post
    How did you get that photo into your post?????
    I put that photo into my WWF album and extracted it from there.

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    When Bob first posted Mo pic.

    I saw Bob's pic yesterday but am unable to see it now.

    Today I linked in from the notification email and find nothing .

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