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    Very nice. I take it that it will soon migrate...

    Very nice. I take it that it will soon migrate outdoors. If that is the case be sure to place a paver under the feet to prevent rot and staining.
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    Or maybe just eat a pickle.

    Or maybe just eat a pickle.
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    Very fine work. It looks very nice from where I...

    Very fine work. It looks very nice from where I sit. Interesting work on the drawer joints, are the back corners done the same way?
  4. The quality of the plywood has a lot to do with...

    The quality of the plywood has a lot to do with it. My son recently built a plywood cabinet for his shop and one piece of plywood he purchased from a regular lumber yard had a lot of veneer facing...
  5. I do not own a track saw. I suspect that the...

    I do not own a track saw. I suspect that the first cut will probably work okay, but after that the little bits of foam dust may start to cling to the track and make it tend to slide on the surface. ...
  6. It sounds like the belt is worn out and needs to...

    It sounds like the belt is worn out and needs to be replaced. There are also pads that the drum rides on that should be replaced while you have it apart. According to the label, it is a GE dryer. ...
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    Your math isn't lying to you, your precision is...

    Your math isn't lying to you, your precision is off. The length of each segment should be 1.507 inches long. However, if you make an error of 0.01 inches on all 50 pieces your circumference is off...
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    You have to be extra careful when "dropping" a...

    You have to be extra careful when "dropping" a piece of wood onto a moving blade or cutter. It is best to have stop blocks in place to prevent any chance of kickback or self feeding. It is best to...
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    Before you go to all that trouble look at the...

    Before you go to all that trouble look at the back side of the front frame where the staples are attached and the edge of where the staples pulled out. If either or both of those surfaces are...
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    I got tired of playing that game with them and...

    I got tired of playing that game with them and dropped the service. So far I don't miss it.
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    I would approach it slightly different. I would...

    I would approach it slightly different. I would glue up all the center rib pieces to make them double thickness. Then I would attach one half of the long cross pieces to the end of each center rib...
  12. I have similar shutters on my house and it is...

    I have similar shutters on my house and it is very difficult to pull out those pins without damaging the siding. If I were to remove our shutters which may happen soon due to fading, I would drill...
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    It is very difficult to get new concrete to bond...

    It is very difficult to get new concrete to bond to older concrete and the color may never match. If you spread salt on concrete to get rid of ice it is likely to spall down the road. The only cure...
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    Now that the cut is complete and you are...

    Now that the cut is complete and you are recalling the risk it is time to more fully equip your shop with push sticks and push blocks. I keep several different sized and types of push blocks near my...
  15. Excellent work, are you going to let the...

    Excellent work, are you going to let the grandkids play with it??
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    Why are you running a thin kerf blade on a...

    Why are you running a thin kerf blade on a sawstop saw. They have plenty of Hp to handle a full kerf blade. I run a full kef Glueline rip blade on my 1 Hp saw with no issues even when ripping...
  17. I can't tell from the photo if the cross pieces...

    I can't tell from the photo if the cross pieces in the frame sides are end grain of the shelves or long grin pieces making up the frame. If they are the ends of the shelves you should have no issues...
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    If the dark green/blue thing all the way to the...

    If the dark green/blue thing all the way to the right in the photo is the suction opening of the pump you are starving the pump. It is completely improper to reduce the pipe size on the inlet of a...
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    In the dark blue bar across the page near the top...

    In the dark blue bar across the page near the top is a tab called "Forum Actions". Click on the tab and you will see the options of: "Mark Forums Read", "General Settings" and "Edit Profile". If...
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    Apply UHMW tape to the clamping faces. Wood glue...

    Apply UHMW tape to the clamping faces. Wood glue won't stick to it and it is durable.
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    I needed new bird netting to fit over the frame...

    I needed new bird netting to fit over the frame of our bird guard. I switched to 1 inch mesh knotted nylon netting instead of the plastic 1/2 inch bird netting. What I have now is the same netting...
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    Which blades are you using? Try the Progressor...

    Which blades are you using? Try the Progressor T234X blades or the T101B blades both will give you smooth cuts, and use the orbital feature so the sawdust can clear out of the cut better. Just...
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    Ours are just starting, but they are hanging like...

    Ours are just starting, but they are hanging like bunches of grapes from most of the branches. There is going to be a ton of them.
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    I have two Ryobi L&G tools, a hedge trimmer and a...

    I have two Ryobi L&G tools, a hedge trimmer and a string trimmer, both 40 volt. I've had the string trimmer for a couple of years and I am pleased with it. I just purchased the hedge trimmer, which...
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    I would use either keyhole slots with screws or...

    I would use either keyhole slots with screws or steel pins into the studs.
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