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  1. I agree that since you need to repair the drywall...

    I agree that since you need to repair the drywall anyway - cut out a section and set in some blocking between the studs that can serve to carry that shelf when you reattach. Though a little dustier...
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    Redacted - seemed wise. Sam

    Redacted - seemed wise.

    Sam
  3. The braided line make so much good sense behind a...

    The braided line make so much good sense behind a refrigerator or DW - any appliance that might require being pulled in and out of its opening for service. A coil of copper behind the appliance,...
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    Shop cabinet with 10 drawers filled that will ...

    Shop cabinet with 10 drawers filled that will "hold lots of jigs, equipment, blades, etc..." - likely much more weight than household furniture.
    I think the answer to your question is, yes and...
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    ^ I agree AND double thick the bottom. No sag...

    ^ I agree AND double thick the bottom. No sag that way - I'm pretty certain. Adding a center caster or 2 could create issues with balance or moving around if your floor is not flat. If you are using...
  6. With respect Derek - I don't think that an 80" +...

    With respect Derek - I don't think that an 80" + tall door will stay flat - vertically - even with bread board ends.
    A table uses the base to keep warp in the length somewhat under control. Maybe...
  7. Cork tile or planks. Pricey but quiet and - I...

    Cork tile or planks. Pricey but quiet and - I think - very very nice. Otherwise NO.

    Sam
  8. Like Adam - I have to ask - what is wrong with a...

    Like Adam - I have to ask - what is wrong with a 3/4" or 7/8 " thick door? Hanging, using most any sort of hinge, would actually be easier than with the thinner doors. My go to answer is to build a...
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    This is a perfect job for the oscillating multi...

    This is a perfect job for the oscillating multi tool. This is a remodelers essential tool and for me has replaced my sawzall for nearly all of my projects. It would do this easily and safely.

    I am...
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    Thank you Frederick - you represented my point...

    Thank you Frederick - you represented my point very well. I too would be more than happy chip in extra for others to join the Creek as "contributors". Could sponsor 10 or a dozen other folks at $6.00...
  11. NO to the groove keeping the panel flat. :( I...

    NO to the groove keeping the panel flat. :( I tried that :) I used 1" MDF panels on wheels. Not really a groove on the bottom but a metal track and a groove on the top. Still These were equally...
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    This is my suggestion too. It's a 3/16" hole why...

    This is my suggestion too. It's a 3/16" hole why make it bigger with a plug or dowel? A little filler and some art work.

    Sam
  13. Typically a single point of connection is a pivot...

    Typically a single point of connection is a pivot point - doomed to fail without some augment. Jim offers some good ideas.

    Sam
  14. Do I understand correctly? You are intending 1/2"...

    Do I understand correctly? You are intending 1/2" thick doors made up of edge glued boards measuring 22" wide x 83" tall and some smaller ones? I think the only way such a slab door will not warp -...
  15. I guess there are some members who ONLY offer...

    I guess there are some members who ONLY offer advice to others here on The Creek but never derive any benefit from advice given. In that case, such an individual(s) point is well taken. Why pay $6.00...
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    No argument from me Keith. I know you have...

    No argument from me Keith. I know you have considered this every which way. My "suggestions" cannot possibly offer anything new that you haven't already dismissed for one reason or another. SawMill...
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    Matt Mattingley, I applaud your giving of...

    Matt Mattingley, I applaud your giving of yourself to your community but alas, you have made it abundantly clear that you are unhappy with the direction that this community is taking. Rather than...
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    OK - thanks. Bondo it will be and if I fail in my...

    OK - thanks. Bondo it will be and if I fail in my mission I can cut the door apart and reassemble & refinish using new panels. That will be plan B.
    Hopefully I can make Plan A work just fine.
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    Hi John, Yes I saw your post and was impressed...

    Hi John,

    Yes I saw your post and was impressed with your clean and clever solution. Here though - simple tenon - no sticking. Yes I could cut down the door and reassemble but I would need to buy a...
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    Back up filler for veneer

    This is a what would you use question. Thanks in advance for offering advice.

    I have been asked (as a favor for friends) to remove a mid rail from 2- 49" tall X 17" wide red oak cabinet door. The...
  21. I wrote - EPOXY - but some PL Construction...

    I wrote - EPOXY - but some PL Construction adhesive would serve more easily and just as effectively. The 5200 cure time is so relatively slow that it takes the fun out of using for anything other...
  22. Occurs to me that you could also epoxy a piece of...

    Occurs to me that you could also epoxy a piece of ply to the underside and then build your base with an apron or top frame that would "frame" the plywood or otherwise hide the ply edges and could be...
  23. I "think" - meaning I don't know for certain -...

    I "think" - meaning I don't know for certain - that if you were to epoxy the type of stud plate you show in the link - to the underside of the stone - especially so that the epoxy locked into the...
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    Darn - another thing I didn't know I needed!...

    Darn - another thing I didn't know I needed! :rolleyes: :)

    Sam
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    Hi Justin - yes the very same lights. Arrived...

    Hi Justin - yes the very same lights. Arrived yesterday afternoon (I ordered them Thursday :cool:) and I was ready to hang them right away. I was pretty psyched about it. Anyway - was debating using...
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