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    Picked up a good old school safety razor a couple...

    Picked up a good old school safety razor a couple years back.
    Forgot how well they worked & how close they shaved.

    Picked up another "clamshell" or "butterfly" type about 6 months ago.
    Works...
  2. Yep - - go to Lowes and pickup a Bosch 2" flush...

    Yep - - go to Lowes and pickup a Bosch 2" flush trim bit......the one I have can just dream about making cuts that fine.

    Ditto to what Andrew said about not leaving them around - - even in the...
  3. I used be be a solid yellow (DeWalt) fan, until I...

    I used be be a solid yellow (DeWalt) fan, until I picked up my LiIon cordless DeWalt drill a few years back.
    I also picked up a 12V Milwaukee impact driver/drill driver set.

    The runout on the...
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    "Good" hardwood plywood is expensive stuff. It...

    "Good" hardwood plywood is expensive stuff. It adds up quickly when you either throw away some of it on having to make adjustment and/or cleanup cuts - - or - -if your shop made circular saw guide...
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    In all honesty - this...

    In all honesty - this https://sommerfeldtools.com/ has become my go-to for all things cabinet making related. Once you make one cabinet - the whole process just sort of falls in place & you're off...
  6. Carl - thanks! I just got the corded Makita...

    Carl - thanks!

    I just got the corded Makita kit - that includes the plunge base. It was on sale from Tyler Tool for $121 - including tax & free shipping.
    I may or may not keep the corded router &...
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    I used to do that also - - but - - the lots where...

    I used to do that also - - but - - the lots where I buy my good plywood - not the junk the borg sells - don't have any saws to cut down the sheets.
    I tried to come up with some way to use my Festool...
  8. Makita compact router plunge base - what guide bushings?

    I just got the plunge base for the Makita compact router(s).
    The fixed base looks like it takes standard PC guide bushings.

    The opening on the plunge bas is way too big - so - I assume there's an...
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    Same with the Makita - - but - - I've found that...

    Same with the Makita - - but - - I've found that clamping is the only sure way to go.
    I've had both Festool and Makita tracks slip.
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    For the $1000 or so I have wrapped up in my...

    For the $1000 or so I have wrapped up in my cordless Makita track saw & all the stuff that goes with it - - I'm 10's of 1000's of dollars ahead in one crucial department....

    I can pack up my...
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    The longer you have & use it, the more things...

    The longer you have & use it, the more things you'll find are super easy to do.
    There's another thread going on about cutting stair treads to size. The track saw makes this mindlessly simple.

    ...
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    I have two 55" tracks and one 42" track for my...

    I have two 55" tracks and one 42" track for my Festool and two 55" tracks for my Makita.
    I'd use the track saw - either one - probably the Festool since it's just a tiny bit more accurate.

    13'...
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    Rather slim pickings this year. Home Depot,...

    Rather slim pickings this year.
    Home Depot, which usually is pretty heavy on Makita stuff - is a real disappointment this time around in that respect.

    I did find a decent deal on Tyler Tool on a...
  14. I've been happy with this one from Harbor Freight...

    I've been happy with this one from Harbor Freight. I got mine on sale for like $49.

    In fairness though, I bought it as a standby for an Inogen oxygen concentrator - in the event power was out for...
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    I picked up the Stairtek -...

    I picked up the Stairtek -...
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    My "go-to" for stuff like that is original...

    My "go-to" for stuff like that is original formula Shoe Goo.

    In 1987, I used some to attach a flood light fixture to the aluminum siding above my garage. No mechanical fasteners just the Shoe Goo....
  17. I'm not a chemist - but - I do have an answer for...

    I'm not a chemist - but - I do have an answer for you.

    You are looking for answers using the wrong documentation.

    A (Material) Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is not a formula sheet or even a complete...
  18. Yep - several coverages in fact. Three of our...

    Yep - several coverages in fact.
    Three of our bank accounts offer it free & another 4 of our credit cards offer free protection.

    I also have coverage by one of the nationally advertised companies...
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    I picked up some Makita Phillips bits from...

    I picked up some Makita Phillips bits from Menards for $1 a piece. Double ended #1,#2 and #3 sizes.
    They fit my Makita 18V driver perfect, but, not my Milwaukee 12V driver. They don't lock into...
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    Milwaukee is - Ryobi, Ridgid - all part of the...

    Milwaukee is - Ryobi, Ridgid - all part of the Techtronic Industries family.
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    Ditto- my 5625 "Locomotive" has a smooth slow...

    Ditto- my 5625 "Locomotive" has a smooth slow soft start - - then screams like a Turbocharged Offy blasting down the straight in front of the stands at Indy! (my God I love them memories that sound...
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    Probably a rights issue - if you are running...

    Probably a rights issue - if you are running Windows - I believe - 8 or above. Could be Vista also.
    Explore the drive using explorer and see what it says when you try to access the users folder(s).
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    9mm vs ballistic gel

    https://66.media.tumblr.com/6b629d348f14f5372a557f66224d1244/tumblr_oezukf52Kd1s8kz63o1_400.gif?fbclid=IwAR0jqOEstulsaSo1aYtXkyYMP49nUds_cEPfwts3IdSqyqPqgkNrmoURZHQ


    :D
  24. Better pin (& brad & nail guns) will sink the...

    Better pin (& brad & nail guns) will sink the fastener deep enough that it won't be a problem & do it at a lower pressure & leave no "dimply" from the hammer.
    "Cheap" guns need more air pressure,...
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    Some good advice I picked up here at SMC few...

    Some good advice I picked up here at SMC few years ago is - "If it flies, floats or fools around, rent it".....as a former boat owner all I can say is - it's sound advice ;)..

    I have the Makita...
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