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    Here's one, but out of stock.... ...

    Here's one, but out of stock....
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  2. Bruce, I do have a hammer tacker similar to that...

    Bruce, I do have a hammer tacker similar to that one. In this case I'm stapling to the edge of the boards in a tight area without room to swing it.
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    +1 on cutlist plus. It has all the things you...

    +1 on cutlist plus. It has all the things you don't want, but easy to ignore. Bonus, if you use sketchup, you can export the parts to cutlist using the cutlist bridge extension from Joe Zeh. This...
  4. Manual (or?) stapler that doesn't jam all the time?

    I'm lining the elevated garden beds I made last fall with geotextile fabric to keep the dirt in but let water drain.

    I have an Arrow T50P "Heavy Duty" manual stapler and I'm using branded arrow...
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    You could, of course, use regular barrel hinges...

    You could, of course, use regular barrel hinges mortised into the face frame and the door stile, since they are inset doors. Potential issues with that route is that the doors won't clear the...
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    +1 on what Jamie said. You could also block...

    +1 on what Jamie said.

    You could also block out the side of the cabinet and use a hinge designed for frameless cabinet inset doors. It will have a smaller mounting plate, but the arm of the...
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    It's mostly for use with tablet style devices...

    It's mostly for use with tablet style devices with touchscreens but no real keyboard. But it will work with a touchscreen monitor or a laptop with touchscreen. Or the 2 in 1 laptops that let you...
  8. Two thoughts come to mind. Looking at the...

    Two thoughts come to mind. Looking at the handles, it is fortunate that there doesn't appear to be a handle mounted switch or any mechanism to get in the way. So 1st suggestion would be to dip the...
  9. I usually keep a small amount of 353 brass on...

    I usually keep a small amount of 353 brass on hand for occasional use in fixtures and the like. The 353 alloy machines pretty well (think cutting, filing, drilling and tapping) and also can be...
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    I think the 6tpi will kill you on a thick stack...

    I think the 6tpi will kill you on a thick stack like that. It won't clear the sawdust well enough unless you cut very slowly, and if the kerf clogs up the blade will deflect in the cut. Since the...
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    Well, change from what? Edge has far fewer...

    Well, change from what? Edge has far fewer security flaws and vulnerabilities than the now-obsolete Internet Explorer. But it has compatibility issues with older technology web sites and some...
  12. Got a reasonably nice day and sprayed a seal coat...

    Got a reasonably nice day and sprayed a seal coat of garnet shellac on my proto office cabinet. Came out fine considering it was the first real thing I've sprayed with new HVLP rig. Weather is...
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    Love JD! And there was some workshop footage in...

    Love JD! And there was some workshop footage in there too, so it's on topic.
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    Yet another one: 429041

    Yet another one:

    429041
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    I not only do as much final sanding as possible,...

    I not only do as much final sanding as possible, but I pre-finish before assembly where I can.
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    Alright, that was a coffee spewer....

    Alright, that was a coffee spewer....
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    Joe Buck will do the same thing if you donate...

    Joe Buck will do the same thing if you donate (any amount) to charity. He'll do your kids playing sports, or your dog chasing a Frisbee, or just about anything. I guess it's something positive to...
  18. I went through a similar decision process a year...

    I went through a similar decision process a year ago or so and ended up selecting the Laguna 18BX, mostly because there were essentially zero reviews on the bigger rikon, but many on the Laguna. I...
  19. Got it. Thanks again all!

    Got it. Thanks again all!
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    Thanks for this, John. I hope we are not headed...

    Thanks for this, John. I hope we are not headed there, but I fear we are.
  21. Thanks gents for your thoughts, much appreciated....

    Thanks gents for your thoughts, much appreciated.

    John, when you glue in plywood panels, do you glue them in solid, or just a dab in the center of each side, or?? Gluing in the panels and...
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    Richfield OH. I'm retired so no issue with job,...

    Richfield OH. I'm retired so no issue with job, although I have been teaching one class at CWRU each year. For scheduling reasons I did not teach this semester, and as it turns out that was lucky....
  23. Jim, One of my suppliers, Baird Brothers, has a...

    Jim, One of my suppliers, Baird Brothers, has a note on their web site that they are still open and operating, but no deliveries to PA due to restrictions there. I guess I will go ahead and place an...
  24. Slow progress on office remodel; other things...

    Slow progress on office remodel; other things have kept me busy, but I have the first prototype cabinet ready to spray finish. But the weather isn't cooperating as it's been rainy or high humidity...
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    There's an article here on the creek that...

    There's an article here on the creek that discusses some options: https://sawmillcreek.org/content.php?137-Shelf-Pin-Jigs-and-Methods

    It's a bit old so there may be some newer choices.
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