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This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302
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Dust from a hand plane. Need any swamp land?


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On Sun, 01 Apr 2012 10:13:21 -0400, Ed Pawlowski wrote:


This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302


Wow, an electrified hand plane! thud

I don't like the concept. It diminishes the experience of the hand
plane. It'll try to tilt the plane away from a right angle and the
hose will get in the way as you push it, I'll bet. PASS!

It's a solution for no problem which creates yet another problem.

P.S: Shavings aren't dust, they're Hungarian Paper Towels.

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On 04/01/2012 07:34 AM, Larry Jaques wrote:
On Sun, 01 Apr 2012 10:13:21 -0400, Ed wrote:


This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302


Wow, an electrified hand plane!thud

I don't like the concept. It diminishes the experience of the hand
plane. It'll try to tilt the plane away from a right angle and the
hose will get in the way as you push it, I'll bet. PASS!

It's a solution for no problem which creates yet another problem.


Check your calendar ;-)



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On 4/1/2012 9:13 AM, Ed Pawlowski wrote:


This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302



LMAO! i'm sure that will work out great.

how about some air brakes for the pet turtle while you're at it?

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On 4/1/2012 9:35 AM, Doug Winterburn wrote:
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On Sun, 01 Apr 2012 10:13:21 -0400, Ed wrote:


This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302


Wow, an electrified hand plane!thud

I don't like the concept. It diminishes the experience of the hand
plane. It'll try to tilt the plane away from a right angle and the
hose will get in the way as you push it, I'll bet. PASS!

It's a solution for no problem which creates yet another problem.


Check your calendar ;-)




but it IS a legitimate link and site.

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On Apr 1, 9:34*am, Larry Jaques
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On Sun, 01 Apr 2012 10:13:21 -0400, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. *Finally, a practical solution.


http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302


Wow, an electrified hand plane! *thud

I don't like the concept. It diminishes the experience of the hand
plane. *It'll try to tilt the plane away from a right angle and the
hose will get in the way as you push it, I'll bet. *PASS!

It's a solution for no problem which creates yet another problem.

P.S: Shavings aren't dust, they're Hungarian Paper Towels.

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Yeah, but if you are trying to keep a shop operation clean, it is one
more source of crud taken care of.

But it's kinda ugly on a nice hand plane.

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This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
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Another classic offering for the date. It'll go down in history!

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That's an april fools joke right?

Planing has no dust, just streams of wood.
Why would you do that?

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This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
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http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302

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This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302


Does the overarm hose holder really exist? Does it work?

I get annoyed with the corrugated hose catching on the work bench while
sanding. I suppose I could make something similar with a mike stand and
some wire, but it's not worth doing if it doesn't work.

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Ed Pawlowski wrote in
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This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302


Does the overarm hose holder really exist? Does it work?

I get annoyed with the corrugated hose catching on the work bench
while sanding. I suppose I could make something similar with a mike
stand and some wire, but it's not worth doing if it doesn't work.

Puckdropper


Something like that is sold by Festool, at Festool prices ...

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but it IS a legitimate link and site.


In the search section, put AFD and see what you get.
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Dust from a hand plane. Need any swamp land?


Whhoooooosssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
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That's an april fools joke right?

Planing has no dust, just streams of wood.
Why would you do that?


Having to constantly clean out the plane gets a little tiring. I'd rather
clean out the plane than change the vacuum bag, though.

A small butane torch near the mouth of the plane would work as well. It'd
simply burn the shaving as it was created and as long as you didn't drop it
or let it get too hot, "perfectly safe!" *g*

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In article ,
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This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302

I realize it's a joke but I've picked enough stuck chips out of the
throats of planes that it occurs to me that that might not be as silly
as it looks.




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Check your calendar ;-)

but it IS a legitimate link and site.


Try to put one in the cart.
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I get annoyed with the corrugated hose catching on the work bench while
sanding. I suppose I could make something similar with a mike stand and
some wire, but it's not worth doing if it doesn't work.


Do a search for gorilla sleeve. And yes, it really is a working,
available product. If you need further confirmation, search for
gorilla sleeve on the Festool Owners Group.
http://techflex.com/prod_NHN.asp
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Does the overarm hose holder really exist? Does it work?

I get annoyed with the corrugated hose catching on the work bench
while sanding. I suppose I could make something similar with a mike
stand and some wire, but it's not worth doing if it doesn't work.


Something like that is sold by Festool, at Festool prices ...


What's pictured is indeed the Festool system, with overhead arm, and the
name "Festool" photoshopped.

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On 04/01/2012 07:34 AM, Larry Jaques wrote:
On Sun, 01 Apr 2012 10:13:21 -0400, Ed wrote:


This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302


Wow, an electrified hand plane!thud

I don't like the concept. It diminishes the experience of the hand
plane. It'll try to tilt the plane away from a right angle and the
hose will get in the way as you push it, I'll bet. PASS!

It's a solution for no problem which creates yet another problem.


Check your calendar ;-)


We Neanders don't need calendars. Besides, all my one-sided curlies
are thin, light, and wispy. I collect them from the ceiling.

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On Sun, 01 Apr 2012 11:23:32 -0400, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

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but it IS a legitimate link and site.


In the search section, put AFD and see what you get.


Ya got me, Ed. Cheers!

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Puckdropperpuckdropper(at)yahoo(dot)com *wrote in
Does the overarm hose holder really exist? *Does it work?


I get annoyed with the corrugated hose catching on the work bench
while sanding. *I suppose I could make something similar with a mike
stand and some wire, but it's not worth doing if it doesn't work.

Something like that is sold by Festool, at Festool prices ...


What's pictured is indeed the Festool system, with overhead arm, and the
name "Festool" photoshopped.

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Hi -

No photoshop.... we actually make these AFD tools - and they do work.
The plane is connected to the Festool Dust Extractor, which is
actuated using an RF switch embedded in the plane handle...

It's kinda cool, in a useless way.....

We'll be taking it to tradeshows for people to try....

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That's an april fools joke right?

Planing has no dust, just streams of wood.
Why would you do that?


Having to constantly clean out the plane gets a little tiring. I'd
rather clean out the plane than change the vacuum bag, though.

A small butane torch near the mouth of the plane would work as well.
It'd simply burn the shaving as it was created and as long as you
didn't drop it or let it get too hot, "perfectly safe!" *g*

Puckdropper


Yeah, LOL!

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On 4/1/12 10:26 AM, J. Clarke wrote:
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This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302

I realize it's a joke but I've picked enough stuck chips out of the
throats of planes that it occurs to me that that might not be as silly
as it looks.


That is the very genius of most of their AFD tools.
They have just enough practicality and necessity that it messes with
your mind just enough that somewhere deep inside you wish it wasn't a joke.


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This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
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http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302


That's a hoot! I never knew they had a special April First series until now.

Thanks for passing that along.

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On 4/1/2012 9:35 AM, Doug Winterburn wrote:
On 04/01/2012 07:34 AM, Larry Jaques wrote:
On Sun, 01 Apr 2012 10:13:21 -0400, Ed wrote:


This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302


Wow, an electrified hand plane!thud

I don't like the concept. It diminishes the experience of the hand
plane. It'll try to tilt the plane away from a right angle and the
hose will get in the way as you push it, I'll bet. PASS!

It's a solution for no problem which creates yet another problem.


Check your calendar ;-)




LOL... I was wondering who was going to catch on that that one.


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On 4/1/2012 10:04 AM, Steve Barker wrote:
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On 04/01/2012 07:34 AM, Larry Jaques wrote:
On Sun, 01 Apr 2012 10:13:21 -0400, Ed wrote:


This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302

Wow, an electrified hand plane!thud

I don't like the concept. It diminishes the experience of the hand
plane. It'll try to tilt the plane away from a right angle and the
hose will get in the way as you push it, I'll bet. PASS!

It's a solution for no problem which creates yet another problem.


Check your calendar ;-)




but it IS a legitimate link and site.


It is also legitimately April Fools Day and Lee Valley does this every
year with a different tool.
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This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302

I realize it's a joke but I've picked enough stuck chips out of the
throats of planes that it occurs to me that that might not be as silly
as it looks.


That is the very genius of most of their AFD tools.
They have just enough practicality and necessity that it messes with
your mind just enough that somewhere deep inside you wish it wasn't a joke.



Theses April Fools tools are always too good to be true. LOL
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On 4/1/2012 11:41 AM, -MIKE- wrote:
On 4/1/12 10:26 AM, J. Clarke wrote:
In ,
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This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302

I realize it's a joke but I've picked enough stuck chips out of the
throats of planes that it occurs to me that that might not be as silly
as it looks.


That is the very genius of most of their AFD tools.
They have just enough practicality and necessity that it messes with
your mind just enough that somewhere deep inside you wish it wasn't a
joke.



Theses April Fools tools are always too good to be true. LOL



Their tape measure "story stick" AFD tool wasn't a bad idea, and is
still for sale, IIRC. The only reason I didn't buy one was that you can
apparently only mark on it with a mark-a-lot, which means the lines
would be too gross for fine measurements.

Still ...

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... *Besides, all my one-sided curlies are thin, light, and wispy. I collect them from the ceiling.

and my shavings are so thin that they only have one side ....

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Their tape measure "story stick" AFD tool wasn't a bad idea, and is
still for sale, IIRC. The only reason I didn't buy one was that you can
apparently only mark on it with a mark-a-lot, which means the lines
would be too gross for fine measurements.

Still ...


That's my favorite April Fool's joke so far. I like the irony.

Would a fine-point sharpie work? They make some that are about as fine as
an ink pen (but they don't always seem to work well.)

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This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302


I was going to post something yesterday about the famous April fools Lee
Valley offering. But I had to work late. I was going to speculate on what
would be offered.

It still took a few seconds for me to fully grasp it though. Even though I
knew it was coming. My first thought was, Neander meets Normite. My head
hurts.

But looking at that video erased any doubt as to the silliness of this
product. I like the line in the ad copy that the Festool dust extractor is
now converted into a shavings extractor.

Lee Valley is a class act. How many other tool companies have a totally
silly and fun tradition like them? Not only do they have good tools, but
they have a sense of humor too. Good people.



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On 4/1/2012 2:37 PM, Leon wrote:
On 4/1/2012 11:41 AM, -MIKE- wrote:
On 4/1/12 10:26 AM, J. Clarke wrote:
In ,
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This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302

I realize it's a joke but I've picked enough stuck chips out of the
throats of planes that it occurs to me that that might not be as silly
as it looks.


That is the very genius of most of their AFD tools.
They have just enough practicality and necessity that it messes with
your mind just enough that somewhere deep inside you wish it wasn't a
joke.



Theses April Fools tools are always too good to be true. LOL



Their tape measure "story stick" AFD tool wasn't a bad idea, and is
still for sale, IIRC. The only reason I didn't buy one was that you can
apparently only mark on it with a mark-a-lot, which means the lines
would be too gross for fine measurements.

Still ...
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How about a fine tip Sharpie. One thing though, a sharpie is a lot more
permanent than a marks-a-lot. It may not come off.

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This is one of the better dust collecting devices I've seen. I've
ordered two of them. Finally, a practical solution.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=69302


I was going to post something yesterday about the famous April fools Lee
Valley offering. But I had to work late. I was going to speculate on what
would be offered.

It still took a few seconds for me to fully grasp it though. Even though I
knew it was coming. My first thought was, Neander meets Normite. My head
hurts.

But looking at that video erased any doubt as to the silliness of this
product. I like the line in the ad copy that the Festool dust extractor is
now converted into a shavings extractor.

Lee Valley is a class act. How many other tool companies have a totally
silly and fun tradition like them? Not only do they have good tools, but
they have a sense of humor too. Good people.
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Yes, and they put a lot of money into it. These jokes of theirs are very
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On 4/1/12 5:47 PM, CW wrote:
How about a fine tip Sharpie. One thing though, a sharpie is a lot more
permanent than a marks-a-lot. It may not come off.



Acetone, brake cleaner, flux remover, etc, etc.


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Sharpies come off with Alcohol.

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On 4/1/12 5:47 PM, CW wrote:
How about a fine tip Sharpie. One thing though, a sharpie is a lot more
permanent than a marks-a-lot. It may not come off.



Acetone, brake cleaner, flux remover, etc, etc.




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Sharpies come off with Alcohol.


It doesn't even have to be the good shellac alcohol, it can be the cheap
70% isopropyl.

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How about a fine tip Sharpie. One thing though, a sharpie is a lot more
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Acetone, brake cleaner, flux remover, etc, etc.



80 GRIT SAND PAPER. ;~)
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Puckdropperpuckdropper(at)yahoo(dot)com *wrote in
Does the overarm hose holder really exist? *Does it work?


I get annoyed with the corrugated hose catching on the work bench
while sanding. *I suppose I could make something similar with a
mike stand and some wire, but it's not worth doing if it doesn't
work.
Something like that is sold by Festool, at Festool prices ...


What's pictured is indeed the Festool system, with overhead arm, and
the name "Festool" photoshopped.

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Hi -

No photoshop.... we actually make these AFD tools - and they do work.
The plane is connected to the Festool Dust Extractor, which is
actuated using an RF switch embedded in the plane handle...

It's kinda cool, in a useless way.....

We'll be taking it to tradeshows for people to try....

Cheers -

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Kudos, Rob!

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On Sun, 1 Apr 2012 13:03:14 -0700 (PDT), "
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... *Besides, all my one-sided curlies are thin, light, and wispy. I collect them from the ceiling.


and my shavings are so thin that they only have one side ....


ThashwhatIsled,diddleI?

And my irons are sharpened so well that you can't move them too fast
for fear of splitting atoms with 'em.

This reminds me of the saying "The older I get, the better I was."

--
Life is an escalator:
You can move forward or backward;
you can not remain still.
-- Patricia Russell-McCloud
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