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Old 11-28-2008, 02:46 PM
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Garry,

I am totally un-puckered, some times its useful for me to slip in the odd comment about the forum for newer members to read, I think Rick summed it up really, If a tight-assed technical writer with no apparent sense of humour can un-pucker here there is a chance for all of us

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ps Rick no doubt Fred will use this against you and ask you to pay for your t/f therapy in Festools NAINA
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Old 11-28-2008, 04:12 PM
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Rick, Garry--

I think you two are agreeing, but in loud voices.

As the great Timmy C would say, it's all good.

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Rick, Garry--

I think you two are agreeing, but in loud voices.

As the great Timmy C would say, it's all good.

Ned
It is all good!

tF has indeed evolved into it's own persona; and it is truly refreshing that members can indeed be themselves over here!

I have been extremely busy with the Walko, and have not been as active on the forum as I would like to be... It is nice to see "unpuckeredness" from many members and "Ideas do flow freely around here."

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Old 11-28-2008, 04:42 PM
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I liked the idea of a PSB-300 for carving the turkey, probably little tearout, wouldn't use dust collection though.
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Now, if you could just get your turkey flat, you could use the TS55 and the guide rails to get those perfectly straight slices. Maybe we need to breed rectangular turkeys...
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I liked the idea of a PSB-300 for carving the turkey, probably little tearout, wouldn't use dust collection though.
And you probably thought I was just kidding......I've already got the 493 656 blade.

You're right about the dust collection. I'm afraid that would just dry out the meat.
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Oops, that picture doesn't show the blade very well. It is the perfect thing for carving meat (and fingers). I was afraid I was going to slice my fingers getting it out of the package.
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Old 11-28-2008, 05:22 PM
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Now, if you could just get your turkey flat, you could use the TS55 and the guide rails to get those perfectly straight slices. Maybe we need to breed rectangular turkeys...
Oh geez MashedPotato, get with the program here. Everyone knows that you wouldn't use a TS55 for cutting a bird--there would be too much wasted meat in the blade kerf.
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Hey, this is a new twist for this forum....A thread that started out off-topic gets twisted and contorted to actually talk Festool Tools?
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Hey, this is a new twist for this forum....A thread that started out off-topic gets twisted and contorted to actually talk Festool Tools?
The Wave Form blade would be ideal for this! Small kerf, as well as no tear out! I would love to get this on video Rick.

I had a buddy of mine that wants me to dress his 3x3 buck that he got the other day with my PS 300? The carbide blades would be the answer for the Bones....agree?

We would need to make sure that PETA didn't get a hold of it though.

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