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I turned a piece down and sanded to my satisfaction. Then I used my spray normal clear spray finish on it.......I forgot about the ultraviolet curing finish. NO problem. I used the UV stuff on top----that turned out to be a bad thing. The liquid did not flow evenly and hardened that way. It can still be sanded down but It did much better on a smooth sanded wood surface, it flowed evenly and dried that way.
This one may present more of a assembly issues than the actual cutting. It basically nothing more as another bookshelf, but it is 92 inches tall, 52 inches wide and 12 inches deep. From front of my table saw and my workbench which serves as both the out feed table and assembly table is 9 ft. 6 inches long. But only 40 inches wide. I would prefer to assemble it in one piece. But think I'm going to have to assemble it in three sections. Anyone have a better idea on this?