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  • #25051
    Sandy
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    So when do you stop saving drops? Do you put a minimum size restriction on what you keep and what goes in the fire?

    I’ve saved so many small pieces that it’s starting to impact my small shop. But every time I think about whittling it down I find pieces that I can use.

    I suppose it’s time to close my eyes and start and just start chunking it out the door without looking!

    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

    Albert Einstein

    #25057
    Ken
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    Sandy I can not through any useful wood away. If I can make a small box with it it stays, it has to be in really bad shape before it is thrown out. HaHa yeah I’m a wood hoarder 😉

    #25342
    BrianJ
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    I too have an issue with thinking I will find a use for even the small stuff. I think it’s time to give up on some, I do not have the space either.

    Ontario, Canada

    #25353
    cpetersen1970
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    There is a book that may interest everyone…
    Lots of fun stuff.

    http://www.highlandwoodworking.com/woodworking-from-the-scrap-pile.aspx

    #25361
    Frankie Lee
    Participant

    My book would be the other way around 🙂

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