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    Just be sure to label your jigs so you can...

    Just be sure to label your jigs so you can remember what they are used for. I have a couple that I have no clue why they were made.
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    Very nice, where did you get the coat hooks. I'm...

    Very nice, where did you get the coat hooks. I'm looking for something similar in brass.
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    It works for me. Make sure your browser settings...

    It works for me. Make sure your browser settings will allow opening new windows and changing sites.
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    According to BRIWAX, only the "Original Briwax"...

    According to BRIWAX, only the "Original Briwax" contains tolulene.

    I would advise extra caution when using any product with tolulene in it, it absorbs readily through the skin and inhalation can...
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    According to S C Johnson, Johnson Paste Wax does...

    According to S C Johnson, Johnson Paste Wax does not contain Tolulene. Tolulene is a dangerous chemical.
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    I've switched to Spax screws. I like the Torx...

    I've switched to Spax screws. I like the Torx drive and the higher strength. In really hard wood such as hickory I still drill pilot holes and countersinks to avoid potential spitting.
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    One trick you can use on threaded inserts into...

    One trick you can use on threaded inserts into wood is to drag the external threads of the insert across a lump of beeswax several times. Doing so will significantly reduce the torque required to...
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    Very nice, I like the graduated strips.

    Very nice, I like the graduated strips.
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    That's in the metric set, which has seen less use...

    That's in the metric set, which has seen less use and has real hinges instead of a molded thin plastic folding one.
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    Hmm, 13 thousands isn't a lot and the fact that...

    Hmm, 13 thousands isn't a lot and the fact that the far end of the fence goes back to zero. Are you seeing any burning on the sides of the cut? The hump in the middle should also be causing some...
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    There is a limit of 8 photos per post, so that is...

    There is a limit of 8 photos per post, so that is why some of the photos didn't show up. If you want more photos either link to them at a different site or immediately post a reply to your original...
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    A new home for sockets

    The hinge on the original plastic box that held my 1/4" Craftsman socket set finally gave up the ghost and broke completely. I decided to make a replacement box. Just before I tossed the original...
  13. Mark the center on the end of your square stock...

    Mark the center on the end of your square stock and drill a pilot hole for a wood screw. The cut a short length from a dowel the same size as your tenon. Drill a hole down the length of the dowel on...
  14. Thread: Bee lawns

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    Bees love dandelions because they are a terrific...

    Bees love dandelions because they are a terrific source of pollen.
  15. I have a 113.298720 saw. I added a Biesmeyer...

    I have a 113.298720 saw. I added a Biesmeyer fence to it 20+ years ago and don't regret it one bit. I had to drill one hole in the saw for it to fit, all the other holes lined up. The Biesmeyer...
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    If you really want a workout you switch to...

    If you really want a workout you switch to hickory logs....
  17. I added a cover to my fence that accommodates my...

    I added a cover to my fence that accommodates my Grip Tite feather boards. The top of my cover helps keep track of my mechanical pencils, chalk, wood files etc. I've also made a few accessories...
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    Dave your photos are there, but only contributors...

    Dave your photos are there, but only contributors can view photos. Since many folks starting using adblockers, the site could not raise sufficient revenue from ads appearing to cover the operating...
  19. On my Beismeyer fence, from the top of the steel...

    On my Beismeyer fence, from the top of the steel tube to the top of the vinyl measures 7/16".
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    I didn't have to go but I respect those that did.

    I didn't have to go but I respect those that did.
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    A zero clearance insert is your best friend for...

    A zero clearance insert is your best friend for reducing tear out. If you use tape as suggested just be sure to remove the tape by pulling it toward the cut line. Regular masking tape works better...
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    Deep draft low overhead...

    Deep draft low overhead...
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    What I do is put a drop or two of distilled water...

    What I do is put a drop or two of distilled water right into the dent. Let it set for a few hours and repeat if needed. I've never really had the need for steam.
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    According to Scientific American...

    According to Scientific American: "Paul C. Fisher and his business, Fisher Pen Company, had invested a reported $1 million (none of it from NASA) to create what is now commonly known as the space...
  25. I use Johnson paste floor wax. In fact, I just...

    I use Johnson paste floor wax. In fact, I just waxed my saw table today. I apply the wax with a 0000 pad of steel wool, which also helps to remove any glue. As soon as I coat the table surface I buff...
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