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Old 11-18-2009, 04:50 AM   #16
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Old 11-18-2009, 06:05 AM   #17
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Thanks for the reminder Bob, I've been meaning to go to one of his seminars -His teaching is legendary.
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Old 11-18-2009, 04:21 PM   #18
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Just ordered the Conquering Crown Molding DVD set from an outfit called Hartville Tool of Akron, OH, for $29.94 plus shipping of $7.95
Klaw, That is a good find. Amazon has it for 49.95
http://www.amazon.com/Conquering-Cro...8580559&sr=8-2
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The link for this DVD @ Hartville Tool is:
http://www.hartvilletool.com/product/12901

My hometown is Akron OH. This Hartville Tool Co is new to me, but then I left Akron right after High School. They have a whole raft of DVD's plus tons of tools listed. They promise fast shipping. I can't imagine they have an Amazon size warehouse so they must have a fast way to get their listed item from other sources.

Klaw, when you get your DVD, note where it was shipped from.

I'm going to check them out for my next tool purchase. To me it appears that they a using a business model similar to Tyler Tool in selling with a small mark up by minimizing their inventory overhead.
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Bob,

So you are from Akron. My wife is from Findlay.

Hatville's retail store is at 940 W Maple St, Hatville, OH 44632 and it has a web site at www.hartvillehardware.com. After getting the DVD I leaned there is free ground shipping on orders over $99 through Jan 31, 2010. There is stocking stuffer I have been eyeballing, A magneticly secured digital gauge for saw blade bevel angle with a 0.1 degree resolution.

That brings up another issue, which is whether I should cope inside corners. If you want to address that, I will start a seperate thread after I check to see if it has been discussed already.
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....Supposedly the reason cutting flat is that the molding can be held in place and it is easier to allow it to move slightly when held vertically..........
Gary eliminates this problem by clamping a stop to the saw:

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Gary eliminates this problem by clamping a stop to the saw:

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Which is one of the main reasons I want a table with wings, even short ones, so they can support a sacrificial board.

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