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  1. No direct experience using them for your...

    No direct experience using them for your application but I see uv stabilized zip ties for sale on Amazon and I've used zip ties on my kayak deck with no problems. Again it depends on the kind of...
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    You should contact Jack Forsberg I think he is a...

    You should contact Jack Forsberg I think he is a member here if not he has a Youtube channel and is a member on a Canadian woodworking forum, he is an expert on 3 phase conversions might save you...
  3. A picture of the repair you are trying to make...

    A picture of the repair you are trying to make would help but maybe nylon zip ties?
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    Except in the great white north where they just...

    Except in the great white north where they just stock Irwins.
  5. I'm in the same situation and will probably...

    I'm in the same situation and will probably convert to LED by removing the ballasts unless I learn that there is a technical risk involved.
  6. I wonder if there is any technical reason why...

    I wonder if there is any technical reason why removing the ballast from a fluorescent fixture makes it less safe or is it strictly an administrative issue? I assume to make it legal you would have to...
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    I always thought western style saws and planes...

    I always thought western style saws and planes cut on the push stroke while eastern style saws and planes cut on the pull stroke. It appears in the video that he is cutting on the push stroke, thus...
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    Interesting juxtaposition of old world hand tool...

    Interesting juxtaposition of old world hand tool craftsmanship with modern Youtube social media. Also interesting that both his saws and plane are western style ie cut on the push rather than pull...
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    A few years ago we were on a kayak camping trip...

    A few years ago we were on a kayak camping trip and got windbound on a beach. We waited a few hours and the wind and waves calmed down enough that we decided to head out. 100 yards off shore our...
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    Do you remember what you routed last? It looks...

    Do you remember what you routed last? It looks like it might be the debris from whatever was routed.
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    Thanks Erik, didn't realize HDPE moved a lot with...

    Thanks Erik, didn't realize HDPE moved a lot with temperature.
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    As an alternate to hardwood you can use left over...

    As an alternate to hardwood you can use left over engineered hardwood or laminate flooring or the plastic from an old cutting board (HDPE). These eliminate any issues with hardwood expanding and...
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    Yes, we did a two week road trip in Costa Rica...

    Yes, we did a two week road trip in Costa Rica last year and navigated with both Google maps and Waze on our Android phones and never used cell signal. Just load your map and route on WIFI and go.
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    My Bosch router quit a few years ago, I contacted...

    My Bosch router quit a few years ago, I contacted the service centre and they said 90% certain it was the switch and was not hard to replace. Ordered a new switch and while waiting for it, opened it...
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    Not sure about the cover material but I think you...

    Not sure about the cover material but I think you need to seal the top (all six sides) in marine grade epoxy, preferably one with UV resistance. I wouldn't put much trust in the cover being put in...
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    It's that thing that was used after soup cans and...

    It's that thing that was used after soup cans and piano wire but before cell phones.
  17. Thread: Banks !!!!

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    I've been with the same bank since the 1970's,...

    I've been with the same bank since the 1970's, about a year ago I got an email from them apologizing that they had overlooked giving me the senior's discount on our monthly account fee and advising...
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    Try this type of jig ...

    Try this type of jig


    https://www.woodmagazine.com/woodworking-plans/tablesaw/straight-edge-cutting-jig
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    If you can't drill up from the bottom after...

    If you can't drill up from the bottom after gluing the break together, glue the break together then cut thru the break and then drill both pieces for a dowell. As mentioned earlier, if you can't get...
  20. In my experience dentists and doctors operate in...

    In my experience dentists and doctors operate in different modes. Typically if I go to the dentist it's for a cleaning and checkup. A 1 hour appointment is a 1 hour appointment. I rarely wait at all...
  21. That's kind of an apples and bananas comparison....

    That's kind of an apples and bananas comparison. An employer showing up late for work is totally different from a doctor getting behind schedule because he or she spends more time with the patients...
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    Yes you are behind the sled but the chances of...

    Yes you are behind the sled but the chances of kickback are minimal with the free space for the cut strip and even if kickback happened (which I doubt), it would only be the small strip since the...
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    For 4" pieces it would be easy to make up a jig...

    For 4" pieces it would be easy to make up a jig on a table saw sled. Attach a block say 6" from the blade parallel to the blade on the right side. Make a spacer 6" wide less the thickness of strips...
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    If the pieces are short enough you could use a...

    If the pieces are short enough you could use a sled on a table saw, what length?
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    I just use olive oil, pour a teaspoon or so in...

    I just use olive oil, pour a teaspoon or so in the first cup, swish it around and pour it into the next cup and repeat until all 4 are coated, never had a sticking problem but my BIL has commented...
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