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Old 23rd May 2018, 12:43 AM   #11
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Beautiful job there Atilsly.
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Old 23rd May 2018, 01:35 AM   #12
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I'm impressed that you got the plywood edge to match the color of the walnut veneer. I never could on mine, and using that pretty edge was part of why I bouhgt the fancy ply.
Any secrets you want to share?
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What I find amazing is the idiots at the 'other site' that had a spew because they deemed your posts 'commercial'.
Hence why I haven't been there for years, and never will again.
Personally I LOVE you builds and want to see more.
Three thumbs up from me
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I am guessing you don't mean the 'green' site. I saw no posts there.
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Old 24th May 2018, 11:49 AM   #15
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I honestly have no knowledge of this 'green site'.
Not wanting to expose anyone to slander etc I shall say no more.
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The green site:
Altec User's Board
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Hmm, don't recall seeing any negative posts nor could I find any in a quick search, just a whole bunch of praise for his various projects.

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It was on another website. Some complained that he was 'advertising' and wasn't a 'paid sponsor'. A lot of people thought the complaints were unfair. Around that time that website had a lot of issues. I suspect they still have issues. Lots of valuable contributors gave up and left in disgust.

Considering how easy it is for some to whinge and sue because they get all bottom hurt over someone's personal opinion, I will not say what the web site is.

Personally, I absolutely love seeing Atilsly's (and others) construction posts. By observing others we learn and find solutions to our own projects....
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Yep, and/or be 'green' with envy of folks with incredible patience.

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Personally, I absolutely love seeing Atilsly's (and others) construction posts.
By observing others we learn and find solutions to our own projects....
More construction posts! Bravo!!
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