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    Gerald
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    Brandon, MS
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  1. Seems I always wind up off line or have a slant to the cut
  2. Have not tried it but have not been satisfied with using a blade. If you cut full depth you can then carve that and reinsert.
  3. I use Kaisan in my tool drawers and I saw this cutter on a overseas website.Electric Foam Cutter
  4. Nice case. What do you use to cut the foam? Been looking at some foam cutters on Banggod.com.
  5. Was CC Cleaner mentioned the other day

    I used to use CC Cleaner and several other utilities. When my hard drive died my IT guy said that most of those programs just cause more problems. He Recommended Super Anti Spyware and Malwarebytes. If you are running windows it can be set up to automatically clean and defrag so those programs are not needed. No Problems since except when I forget to runs those two programs and things slow down.
  6. What do you see?

    I see rocks with the front 3 in the second picture looking best. I do not care for the Xs on the bottom rings. Interesting concept.
  7. this is the joint on the top trim, which is the hardest one to get a fit on as the outward slope of the sides make trial and error the norm. Bottom trim is more of an easy fit because the angle is not compound. This jig makes the cross easy to place. Frame for 8 x 10 needs rabbit for photo. Will be attached with pin nails since it is going on a finished area. Then the glue up with plenty clamps. This is what they will look like with white acrylic in cross and some lacquer.
  8. Little pine bowl

    Nice grain patterns. Pine is something I just will not turn again.
  9. New product

    I don't know if that speaks to the age of your truck or the gun in your boot.
  10. Lew I think they are called Magtight . They are made in plastic now. Bought a pair at a WW show in KC over 30 years ago. I love them. The guy who demoed them would have one on fence and one on the saw and in mid cut leave the saw running and walk around to the back and pull the piece thru the cut.
  11. @Ron Dudelston My FIL built something with that pivot for our second child, but he enlarged the plan and it was almost impossible to use. Finally my wife let me repurpose it and there are parts in several things in the house including the spindle sides are a dog fence. The pivot is fairly simple. It must be centered on each side for balance. He made ours with a dowel maybe 1.5 inch diameter which was placed in from the outside thru the upright and into a collar on the end of the crib.
  12. this is to cut the dado in armrests which were ripped. The sides have to be sanded in some areas to get a better glue joint. A full tight joint maynot be possible with this curve This is what the joint looks like. A dado is cut in what was the top rail on the pew to fit it onto the top and bottom of the plaque.
  13. Went to the range yesterday and my 10", 6" and 4" steel did not look like yours ,but we were shooting at 25 yards. Continuing to work on plaques. Now with the process down I may be able to get 2 or 3 fitted per day.

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