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Use this thread to ask your quick questions & how-tos, ask what wood species something it, and to either show any good Craigslist/etc finds you've come across or ask if something is a good deal.

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You guys know the drill, vote for your favorite entry and the winner will be announced next week!

If the winner used Simple Cove as their hosting of choice, they will win a SimpleCove T-shirt and SimpleCove card scraper. Winners will also get the chance to choose our next contest topic.

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I see a lot of posts on here of amazing pieces including multiple species of tropical hardwoods that are widely known to be on the endangered list. In addition, lots of tropical hardwood is harvested illegaly or from senstive environmental areas. Most people don't take the time to find out if the wood they buy is sustainable/legal or not.

This is just a friendly reminder that as wood workers, we have a responsibility to make sure the people harvesting the amazing wood that we buy are doing so ethically and sustainably. If you buy wood, make sure it's sustainably harvested. If you dont, your grand kids wont likely have the same wood to work with.

There's so much information out there about this but i'll post a couple links in the comments to give people an idea of what to look for.

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anyone else have those days where you’re working in the shop most the day and ya just keep hurting yourself? because that was me today haha rip. first i sanded flesh off my finger with the disc sander, then slammed my elbow on something, the jammed the lathe chuck in my fingers... oh well, my rant is over haha! have a good one folks, keep making things!

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