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    Woods walker Sponsor Burnham's Avatar
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    That sure is spendy, Peter.

    Been some many years since I had need to buy any here in the USA...maybe it's that costly here too, now.
    "Confidence is the feeling you sometimes have before you fully understand the situation."

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    Raj you can use a heat gun or one of those little propane torches to get the bubbles out of the epoxy. I also built a board flattening jig. Recently bought a 2 1/4 hp porter-cable router and a 2 inch spoilboard bit. I built the gantry from plywood. Am building a table from some wood I got from Stephen. Just put the 3rd coat of finish on the top this afternoon.

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    Pics, pics, pics!!!

    The Black oak ?
    Interesting how a limited gene pool and a limited labor force seem to be so closely related.

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    Some english walnut cut down early this year. Wedding gift.

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    I'm really impressed by your niche-building!
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    Thanks. I wish it got me somewhere. I'm such a downer.
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    Rome wasn't built in a day. You have your hands very full.

    Maybe you need a cute sales-girl to go door to door, selling, in the right neighborhood.

    Have you tried listing on eBay or Etsy? There is a world of impulse-buyers out there.
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    I was trying to sell my stuff through Etsy but drafted to find that the fees kept going up and I had little interest in my items so gave it the flick.

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    Population and shipping probably have a lot to do with things, I'm guessing.
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    Yep, shipping is the biggest issue for me when selling things like chopping boards as they weigh quite a bit