Nice Veneers

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James Frieson
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Nice Veneers

Post by James Frieson » Sat Aug 11, 2018 8:09 am

Woods in veneer from B & B Rare Woods in Colorado . Enjoyable to deal with and they love what they do .

Cutting some chevrons . The blade is thin , 12 TPI . I sharpen the blade with a little file , about 1100 teeth , but then it cuts well
and I did not loose one cut . Chevrons are delicate .
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JohnH*
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Re: Nice Veneers

Post by JohnH* » Sat Aug 11, 2018 5:02 pm

Nice, indeed. A couple of the pics did cause my vertigo to kick in, though. :)
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2013 Anders Sterner BRW/Spruce
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Pat Foster
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Re: Nice Veneers

Post by Pat Foster » Mon Aug 13, 2018 2:52 am

Nice work! Nice people indeed, at B & B Rare Woods.

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