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Dust collection by .
Am looking at a PSI DC720 dust collector. Anyone have any experience with these types dust collectors. I would like to be able to carve indoors without too much hassle. Thanks for your input. -- ~~~ to be continued ~~~ If trees could scream, would we be so cavalier about cutting them down? We...
July 5th 03 08:00 PM
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Wood patina by George G
July 6th 03 09:52 PM
by George G Go to last post
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Woodcarving Show in Northern Virginia by Joel Jacobson
The Northern Virginia Carvers will have their Woodcarving Show at Colvin Run Mill 10017 Colvin Run Road Great Falls, VA 22066 That's off Route 7 towards Leesburg from Tysons. Park Site: http://www.co.fairfax.va.us/parks/crm/index.htm
July 8th 03 02:44 PM
by mycroftt Go to last post
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Beginner in doubt? by Princebilly1
Hi I`m in Yorkshire in the Uk and use english walnut most of the time. Lime and Pear are very good (soft) hardwoods with close grain. They tend to carve like butter and you get really fine detail with either I use mallet and chisel and not knives so I cannot advise you on how hard you have to...
July 12th 03 01:40 PM
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New site by [email protected]
Hi All We have set up a new site at www.kasstzam.com which contains most of our work. Please feel free to stop by and have a look. Feedback appreciated! Thanks Richard
July 12th 03 09:06 PM
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Woodwork Community Gallery by Paul Dalcanale
We just added a gallery to our website for woodworkers to share their woodworking pictures with the world, with a special section just for carvers. There isn't many pictures in the gallery at the moment, but feel free to sign-up and add your own...
July 13th 03 06:46 AM
by Rob Go to last post
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Price of Jade Question by The Jade Carver
Hello All, I am sort of new to Jade Carving. I am trying to make some cool carvings from jade (that stuff is hard to cut!)I found someone who sells raw jade on line at http://www.ArtistsWorksOnline.com under the raw jade tab on their navigatin bar. Does somebody here know if the prices they are...
July 15th 03 12:11 AM
by The Jade Carver Go to last post
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how to on woodcarving by sbeep
Hi, I have always been interested in wood carving as long as I can remember. I just don't know where to begin. If anyone could help me as the tools I would need and any other information you think I should know about this topic I would appreciate it. Thanks
July 19th 03 03:25 PM
by Rob Go to last post
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new by Joe Kennedy
I would like to do some wood carving, lettering in wood, and some desighn. Would the dremel be the tool for this work? If so any tips, on what bits to use...relief carving Joe
July 28th 03 06:27 PM
by rickr Go to last post
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You will turn $6.00 into $60,000 gaurenteed!! Not a Scam!! Just Look! by ZzMAGICxx
lazy man's way to riches$$$$$ it really works!!!!! From: steve Date: 1/13/03 12:40:23 PM Remote Name: Posted by YEAH OK HAHAHAHAHAH on September 13, 19102 at 00:03:28: In Reply to: A REAL WAY TO MAKE ALOT OF MONEY!!! posted by chris on September 20, 19101 at 02:19:28: : LOTS OF...
July 29th 03 11:40 AM
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caouselhorse by Scott
Anyone have a good suggestion/outlet for a full-sized carousel horse. The horse is in progress & at this rate it will be some time before it is completed, if ever. Just wondering what to do with it once it is finished.
July 30th 03 12:01 PM
by Joe Kennedy Go to last post
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eBay Fish - Planter, Dish, Monkeypod Ulua, Ashtray by Selina
Hi Welcome to Dandy Picks! Antiques & Collectibles. We are new to eBay, but not new to dealing our wares locally. Please visit our Fish - Planter, Dish, Monkeypod Ulua, Ashtray at: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=3898&item=3620241779 5 days left and currently no bids. 4...
August 2nd 03 01:21 PM
by Selina Go to last post
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Test Message by Tom Hayden
Just a test to see if this makes it to rec.crafts.carving. I can't see any postings there and was wondering if everyone had gone to sleep. Tom
August 4th 03 01:10 AM
by JT Go to last post
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carving by Joe Kennedy
Wondering, I am new to wood carving, or any carving. I would appreciate any tips from seasoned workers, I am trying relife carving for a start... Joe Kennedy
August 5th 03 06:33 PM
by John O. Kopf Go to last post
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Doum Palm Nuts by minoti baro
Hi folks. I just discovered that the palm fruits we'd picked (right from the trees) four years ago while we were in angola are actually Doum Palm nuts. We collected about a sackfull of them because they looked pretty and smelled nice as decorations. Anyway, after removing the outer pulp of one, I...
August 7th 03 02:37 PM
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American Stickmakers Association - 5 yrs on the web by Dan T
Hey Everybody, If you haven't found us yet we are at http://www.stickmakers.org and have been an active eMail list entity for over 5 years. We currently have over 300 "stickmakers" and offer a gallery to share our works, swap pages to exchange woods and tools, a classified for anything carving...
August 11th 03 11:55 PM
by Dan T Go to last post
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new carving by Big Ev
Hi everybody - the ng seems a bit slow lately. Maybe it is just my server - anyhow, I finally got a good photo of the lady walking the salukis and Larry got it up on the site. I'd love for everyone to go see it and let me know how you like it. When you go on the site there are seals on stands. ...
August 12th 03 05:42 PM
by Eddie Munster Go to last post
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new toy by Fred Mason
To may be help with the quiet . . . Cummins tools was in town for a sale last week and I picked up their detail carver ($19.99 US). It looks like a ryobi and uses ryobi blades, which don't come with the carver. Pluged it in an gave it a quick try and it works. If you're interested in trying on...
August 20th 03 02:24 PM
by Fred Mason Go to last post
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whatcha doin? by Big Ev
Well, it was good to get some replies to my note. What is everyone carving? I'm going to carve a beaver to go with the skunk and the chipmunk I finished and then it is onto a cheetah -- Big Ev Wood Carvings at: http://home.earthlink.net/~lvbiggio/
August 22nd 03 04:55 PM
by Princebilly1 Go to last post
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Honest appraisal by Jim McLaughlin
My father in law is in his last days of his life. He has been a carver for years and years, until he could no longer make it up and down the stairs to his basement. He has carved about 50 to 75 carvings over the years. The majority being birds and small animals. The majority stand about 5 " ...
August 28th 03 03:07 AM
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