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  1. agree with the other opinions works great for thin softer woods, you might also look at their TruSander, I use that more than the chopper ED
  2. Ron, surprised to hear that the top is only 1/2" thick, other than that it looks very sturdy, do you have an idea on the weight of the bench, sure you will get a lot of use out of it Ed
  3. Not a good situation, but it would be a shame to use such inferior material on a great build, hope the problem is resolved quickly, know you are itching to get going Ed
  4. three years but it has to be one of the best I have seen, keep up the excellent work I can only dream of someday creating something that good Ed
  5. Awesome job, very detailed and creative a lot of painstaking work Ed
  6. that is one great job, took a lot of planning and some good woodworking skills, very impressive Ed
  7. what will be the size of the workshop when completed? sure is a lot of hard work but well worth it in the end Ed
  8. Enjoy your day in the shop, sounds like it is well deserved!
  9. Dave, Thanks for sharing, very informative and great workmanship, also great photography , keep up the good work, Ed
  10. I am also building the MS Rattlesnake but I am a bit behind you, I just finished the gun port framing, I can appreciate the quality of your work, she is looking real nice, your choice of colors is especially good, what brand of paint and what colors did you use, keep up the good work Ed
  11. paint job looks real good , especially like the stand, good luck with the remodel job, should be a big improvement when done
  12. Ron, I have followed your build since the beginning, I often reread the entire log as an inspiration and I always learn something new, I am so glad you have decided to continue, to create such a great model with so few tools is a testament to your craftsmanship and your problem solving abilities Ed

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