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Offline ScotF

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David Marks
« on: October 11, 2010, 12:58 PM »
Hi everyone,

I received an email from the Orange County WWing Association advertising an upcoming 2-day workshop with David Marks. I just thought I would pass this along for anyone in So Cal who might be interested. It is October 23rd and 24th (2 full days) and the cost varies from $45 - $90 depending on whether you are a member or not and if you want to go to one or both days. Details can be found by accessing the link below.

http://www.ocwoodworkers.com/ww/David_Marks.php

Scot


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Offline Neill

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Re: David Marks
« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2010, 01:08 PM »
Hi everyone,

I received an email from the Orange County WWing Association advertising an upcoming 2-day workshop with David Marks. I just thought I would pass this along for anyone in So Cal who might be interested. It is October 23rd and 24th (2 full days) and the cost varies from $45 - $90 depending on whether you are a member or not and if you want to go to one or both days. Details can be found by accessing the link below.

http://www.ocwoodworkers.com/ww/David_Marks.php

Scot



Scot,

Anytime you can see David Marks, do it.  I would even skip my wife's funeral if I couldn't reschedule it.  She wouldn't know I wasn't there anyway.    [wink] [wink]

I attended his Bandsaw Class last year here in Denver.  He is truly remarkable both as a woodworker (no, artisan) and as a presenter.  We had about 10 people in the class and he remembered all of our names first time around.  You got the impression he really cared.

Neill
Kapex, Domino, MFT/3, Rotex 150 FEQ, CT 22E, TS 55, RS2E Orbital Sander, C12 Drill, 1400 Router, Rotex 90 DX, Rotex 125 FEQ, LS 130 EQ Linear, Parallel Guide Set, Deltex 93 E, Trion 300 Barrell Grip, ETS 150/3 EQ, ES125 EQ, Guide Rail Accessory Kit, Sanding Block, various rails, systainers, sortainers, vacuum hoses and accessories for various tools.

Offline Mac

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Re: David Marks
« Reply #2 on: October 11, 2010, 03:00 PM »

Scot,

Anytime you can see David Marks, do it.  I would even skip my wife's funeral if I couldn't reschedule it. 
Neill

Here's hoping she doesn't read the FOG, my friend.
Rick

Offline Neill

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Re: David Marks
« Reply #3 on: October 11, 2010, 03:20 PM »

Scot,

Anytime you can see David Marks, do it.  I would even skip my wife's funeral if I couldn't reschedule it. 
Neill

Here's hoping she doesn't read the FOG, my friend.
Rick

Rick,

She knows I am heartless.

Even though I was just kidding, I am sure that she would believe that there was a bit of truth in what I said.

Neill

By the way, she likes David as well.  One of the few woodworking shows on TV she would watch with me.
Kapex, Domino, MFT/3, Rotex 150 FEQ, CT 22E, TS 55, RS2E Orbital Sander, C12 Drill, 1400 Router, Rotex 90 DX, Rotex 125 FEQ, LS 130 EQ Linear, Parallel Guide Set, Deltex 93 E, Trion 300 Barrell Grip, ETS 150/3 EQ, ES125 EQ, Guide Rail Accessory Kit, Sanding Block, various rails, systainers, sortainers, vacuum hoses and accessories for various tools.

Offline William Herrold

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Re: David Marks
« Reply #4 on: October 11, 2010, 03:24 PM »
is this part of the Corn Festival? 
"I don't believe anything, but I have a lot of suspicions"
 R.A.W.

Offline Mac

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Re: David Marks
« Reply #5 on: October 11, 2010, 04:12 PM »
Did you guys ever see the interview/shop tour he gave on thewoodwhisperer.com site? Worth a look.

Cheers,
Rick

Offline ScotF

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Re: David Marks
« Reply #6 on: October 11, 2010, 11:58 PM »
I cannot wait for the two day seminar... $90 well spent IMHO.  I have been a fan of David Marks for years, but have never had the opportunity to meet him before.  His guilding is simply amazing.

Scot

Offline Neill

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Re: David Marks
« Reply #7 on: October 12, 2010, 09:47 AM »
Scot,

If you haven't done so, you can visit his website at djmarks.com.  Great site.  In addition you can sign up for his monthly newsletter.  I have saved all of them since I initially signed up.

All good stuff but the best part is his questions and answers.  Some valuable information there.

Neill
Kapex, Domino, MFT/3, Rotex 150 FEQ, CT 22E, TS 55, RS2E Orbital Sander, C12 Drill, 1400 Router, Rotex 90 DX, Rotex 125 FEQ, LS 130 EQ Linear, Parallel Guide Set, Deltex 93 E, Trion 300 Barrell Grip, ETS 150/3 EQ, ES125 EQ, Guide Rail Accessory Kit, Sanding Block, various rails, systainers, sortainers, vacuum hoses and accessories for various tools.

Offline ScotF

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Re: David Marks
« Reply #8 on: October 12, 2010, 02:06 PM »
Thanks for the tip, Neill...signed up for the newsletter today.  I have been on his site before, but I do not know why I never signed up for his newsletter...I used to love watching his shows -- always neat projects with a different way to build something.  Good stuff.

Scot