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    What a great building, Thomas, and a beautiful...

    What a great building, Thomas, and a beautiful setting!!! It would be great if there were some way to make the exterior walls disappear back to the frame when you wanted to work in there. Very...
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    I couldn't agree more! So much in fact that I...

    I couldn't agree more! So much in fact that I actually sent $10 instead of $6. The wonderful advise on SMC has certainly saved me more $ than that.
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    Sounds like there's a little over thinking going on.:confused: Plastic pipe bends easily. If you have your pipe supports set up so you can anchor the pipe once glued, but not set, it will easily...
  4. I had a CMT Glue Line Rip blade that did that...

    I had a CMT Glue Line Rip blade that did that right out of the box. I got a hold of the seller and they sent a replacement right away. The new blade runs flawlessly.
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    Something I started doing some years ago...on...

    Something I started doing some years ago...on larger purchases I take a sharpie and, in an inconspicuous place, write date of purchase, purchase price and depending on circumstance, who and where...
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    Woodpecker's Precision Mortising

    No, not an expensive one off tool, though these woodpeckers do have a bright red head. I was cruising my wood lot the other day and spotted this very precisely crafted mortise in a cedar tree. The...
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    Cool! Maybe you could even set them both up from...

    Cool! Maybe you could even set them both up from different perspectives.
  8. What Tom said! I also had a Senco stapler that I...

    What Tom said! I also had a Senco stapler that I modified the driver on for the same reason. When it got stolen I upgraded to one with an adjustable drive depth.
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    Wow, lathe & plaster...haven't seen that for a...

    Wow, lathe & plaster...haven't seen that for a while.

    It looks like the flooring you want to save is sanded in place hardwood? Meaning there's no way to gracefully remove and reinstall?

    I have...
  10. Say for arguments sake you don't take out the old...

    Say for arguments sake you don't take out the old drywall and attach the starting stud only at the top and bottom. Then you tape/mud new drywall on the new closet wall into the old drywall on the...
  11. # 1. None of it is structural and cutting out...

    # 1. None of it is structural and cutting out less drywall also cuts out a certain amount of mess. IF someone does have to replace the old drywall at some point it would likely be a full blown...
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    That's going to be a fine looking building,...

    That's going to be a fine looking building, Thomas, in a beautiful setting!

    I'll throw in my suggestion for time lapse pictures of frame assembly. I have a trail/game camera that has a timed...
  13. Thread: Springtime!

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    As a harbinger of spring, the hummingbirds...

    As a harbinger of spring, the hummingbirds returned a couple weeks ago and DW put their feeders back up. In the evening we sit on the deck and get "buzzed". Haven't had any land on us yet but they...
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    Do you have enough left over to make a whole new...

    Do you have enough left over to make a whole new set of drawer fronts?

    If not you'll have to get creative. Different knobs/pulls as Jamie suggested. Maybe some sort of escutcheon. Adding a...
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    When I say drill in on either side of the cut...

    When I say drill in on either side of the cut what I mean is on opposing sides of the trench, and the ends, centered on the thickness of the slab. As Frank said just a couple inches is enough. Once...
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    +1 on that!

    +1 on that!
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    I would backfill with dry sand and compact in...

    I would backfill with dry sand and compact in lifts as the hole is filled. Compacting can be as simple as a hand tamper, or even a 2x4 if space is narrow. Being careful not to disturb your repaired...
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    You had to assemble the car?!?! I've never...

    You had to assemble the car?!?!

    I've never been divorced but from what I hear the car is cheaper. ;)

    Congrats on your new saw!
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    I got my DDS used and it had been pretty well...

    I got my DDS used and it had been pretty well abused. I fidgeted and futzed with it for a long time and eventually came to do pretty much exactly as you explained. To set the drums at the same height...
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    You can put me in the "get what you need when you...

    You can put me in the "get what you need when you need it" camp. Kind of makes it hard to buy clamps on sale though. Even those of us who make similar things have different methods that require...
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    That's what we did for moving my folks many years...

    That's what we did for moving my folks many years ago. And it was indeed worth every penny. Didn't even have to unload the dressers, they just loaded the whole works and, like Lisa said, put it...
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    All my alder, cherry and maple scraps go to a...

    All my alder, cherry and maple scraps go to a neighbor friend who uses it in his home made smoker. Just about the opposite of your high heat set up. He gave us a bear ham last year and we've had...
  23. A saddle shop, as already mentioned. You might...

    A saddle shop, as already mentioned. You might even be able to get a few pointers. A good friend of mine is a saddle maker and has maybe 6 different machines that all do different kinds of stitching....
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    It's not a ledger board Jon, it's a decorative...

    It's not a ledger board Jon, it's a decorative element. ;)
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    I'll throw my two cents in. We moved a few years...

    I'll throw my two cents in. We moved a few years ago and used ABF like Bill B above for our household. We had that 28' trailer loaded to the gills. It was very convenient on the pick up end. On the...
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