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Old 09 October 2014, 11:57   #41
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I gave sewing machine a miss! but end up with this


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SPR, now build yourself a table saw sled. I use mine all the time. (Aluminum clamps are just for storage.) There are plenty of youtube videos, and plans for them on the net. I designed mine to function with my small table saw that is only good for so much. I have a tracksaw for ripping sheet goods.



For dust collection I use a larger shop vac with a Dust Deputy mounted to the back. There is the yellow electronic controller that automatically turns it on and off when the tools power up. (I was cutting an LVL structural beam that was too big for the Bosch stand so I put the saw on the ground to make the cut, which it did in one pass!)



Kerny, sorry but all winter clothes are in storage until winter actually arrives, and I need my scarf
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Old 09 October 2014, 14:05   #43
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SPR, now build yourself a table saw sled. I use mine all the time. (Aluminum clamps are just for storage.) There are plenty of youtube videos, and plans for them on the net. I designed mine to function with my small table saw that is only good for so much. I have a tracksaw for ripping sheet goods.



For dust collection I use a larger shop vac with a Dust Deputy mounted to the back. There is the yellow electronic controller that automatically turns it on and off when the tools power up. (I was cutting an LVL structural beam that was too big for the Bosch stand so I put the saw on the ground to make the cut, which it did in one pass!)



Kerny, sorry but all winter clothes are in storage until winter actually arrives, and I need my scarf

looks good idea - not used saws much ...


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I think that's the mark of a fine rib nobbur .. One who can do his own joinery , fix his boat and engine and all his own clothes, and make his own beer, then build a house , all whilst running a business he set up...... Some lucky wimmen who find such a nobbur dont know how lucky they are ...
think thats me covered , though its actually my dad who brews the beer
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are these for sale? had a good look but cant find them in the for sale section
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thats a good question, and i dont actually know. what i do know is that i couldnt snap it.
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Old 09 October 2014, 15:35   #47
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Nice work SPR, you'll be needing 'Our Norm'

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thanks - I need it lol but at lol 40 I could not resist it!

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thanks - I need it lol but at lol 40 I could not resist it!

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Oh I don't know, Missus willk has me fitting shelves today - she seems well enough pleased!

Extra homemade cider tonight then

Like an errant school boy ... enough ! .. Youve earned your cider because 'you' made it .. 'and' the shelves .. 'and' all the other bits and pieces that get done that no one notices ... enjoy
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