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  1. I think you are wasting your time and may create...

    I think you are wasting your time and may create a bigger problem. Cedar is porous and absorbs water readily. If you seal the joints where the spports are any moisture that gets in through the wood...
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    Down at the bottom of every page is a "Contact...

    Down at the bottom of every page is a "Contact Us" button, you should be able to send an email to Keith using the form that opens up.
  3. Depending on how much you need to remove...

    Depending on how much you need to remove sometimes you can carefully cut one side free from the front and back and re-cut the dovetails or other corner joints.
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    53 years ago they started with the lightest...

    53 years ago they started with the lightest weight and worked up to the heavy weights.
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    Not necessarily, you could flip the work piece...

    Not necessarily, you could flip the work piece end for end and cut the second side.
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    A tapering sled that clamps the piece down on its...

    A tapering sled that clamps the piece down on its surface would work.
  7. I can't help with the connector, but, I lost the...

    I can't help with the connector, but, I lost the antenna of my electronic dog collar transmitter and found that any antenna with a matching thread works just as well. When I returned home I was able...
  8. For a plywood cabinet or chest of drawers I would...

    For a plywood cabinet or chest of drawers I would recommend using a Kreg jig and pocket hole screws from the inside to attach the top. This will hide the fasteners.
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    Most emergency services will simply pull the...

    Most emergency services will simply pull the meter out of the panel, which will kill all power to the structure.
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    I've used MinWax wood hardener and was satisfied...

    I've used MinWax wood hardener and was satisfied with the results. It won't help if the wood is too far gone, but for moderate punkiness it works pretty well.
  11. That's a really nice truck. The gas pump is...

    That's a really nice truck. The gas pump is great as well.
  12. I see this when using the mobile version, but...

    I see this when using the mobile version, but never when using the full site version except after Windows updates.

    My recommendation would be to tell SMC to remember you by checking the little box...
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    No problem, if you do future posts, remember that...

    No problem, if you do future posts, remember that photos are limited to 8 per post so immediately make multiple replies to your own post so that you will have consecutive space to cover your entire...
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    The 113 indicates it was built by Emerson...

    The 113 indicates it was built by Emerson Electric.
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    On a veneered top, I was able to remove a water...

    On a veneered top, I was able to remove a water stain by cleaning the area by wetting it with just plain distilled water. I had to do it several times before the wood evened out in color.
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    I'm not sure a cnc could make the cuts fine...

    I'm not sure a cnc could make the cuts fine enough and at the 5-6 degree angle. The work as I understand it has to use a pretty fine blade so the top and bottome edges will touch when the spiral is...
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    That's super. Congratulations to you both for a...

    That's super. Congratulations to you both for a major accomplishment.
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    No, it would most likely be destroyed to try...

    No, it would most likely be destroyed to try taking it apart. The trick is to make all the cuts on an angle so top surface on the outside of the spiral hits the inside of the next arc in the spiral...
  19. Not insane, but depending upon the time of day,...

    Not insane, but depending upon the time of day, the 2.5 hour drive can easily become 3 or more due to traffic in the city. Also during peak air travel times, security check in can take an hour or...
  20. I had a similar concern on some solid wood panel...

    I had a similar concern on some solid wood panel doors I was making recently. I did not want breadboard ends nor did I want frames, in order to match the other two pieces of furniture I made for the...
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    I've used reducers generally with no problems. ...

    I've used reducers generally with no problems. The single split ones work, but the multi-split type hold better. If you can get a dedicated collet and nut assembly it works best.
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    I just had another thought. 3M Super 77 multi...

    I just had another thought. 3M Super 77 multi purpose adhesive spray would bond your laminate.
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    You would need to mask areas that don't need glued to protect from overspray.
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    Interesting souveneir

    We recently spent 16 days in Italy touring the country. One of the street vendors was from South Africa and he was selling wooden baskets. He had several different ones, but this one caught my eye....
  24. You could satisfy code with one railing right up...

    You could satisfy code with one railing right up the centerline of the steps. It would not need to be attached to the house.
  25. There is a key and key way in the lower half of...

    There is a key and key way in the lower half of the drive pulley. If the key is missing or sheared, which appears to be the case, you will need to remove the top half of the drive pulley assembly ...
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