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      Micro-Mark Discount code for IGMA   01/29/2017

      Great News for miniature artists!!!! In support of IGMA and the world of fine miniatures,  Micro-Mark the small tool specialists, have offered IGMA a 10% discount on all their purchases.  Buyer gets 10% off all purchases and in support of the Guild Micro-Mark will donate 5% of your purchased price to IGMA Be sure to enter Promo code IGMASAVE16 www.micromark.com Can be used on sale merchandise, but cannot be combined with another offer.  For example if an item is in the close-out section on the Micromark website, the discount will apply. If they discount some items in an email (a special promotion) the 10% will not be able to be combined with that offer.  Time to go shopping!!!      

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  1. I was fortunate to get a piles of Fine Woodworking, Woodsmith and Shop Notes Magazines for $4 a pile recently at auction so we have been reading and ripping out items of interest... A member in our unimat forum passed this along, and I thought this is interesting as I have been studying options to set up my own corner of my basement... http://www.instructables.com/id/The-Smallest-Workshop-in-the-World/ The one thing that confuses me about mounting saws underneath the top, (jig saw & circular saw) that the author indicates in his post, is the direction of the blades correct? I switched my motor leads on my taig lathe, when I mounted my motor's pulley in the opposing direction, so the spindle would run the proper way... This is a nice space saving concept, but I'm not convinced this is the setup for me... but I would love to have the preac mounted for a larger table that would facilitate ripping nice long boards and a table underneath those cuts... I'm looking forward to your comments.