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  • Recent Polls

    What to use for mitre bar stock? (Votes: 74)

    1. Anything other than $40 worth of Incra mitre bars is not worthy of your crosscut sled. (Votes: 6)

    2. Not worth $40, but you really should take the time to drill/tap steel bars for your sled. (Votes: 13)

    3. Run what you brung, square the sled to the blade, shoot some brads, countersink, move on. (Votes: 41)

    4. You are over-thinking this in a big way. Nothing to see here, move along. (Votes: 11)

    5. Carrots and peas. (Votes: 3)

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    george wilson

    "Construction epoxy"?

    I'm not a big epoxy user. But,for what it's worth,the maintenance Millwork Shop in Wmsbg. uses West System epoxy,with the microscopic glass bead powder

    george wilson Today, 5:59 PM Go to last post
    Prashun Patel

    Less glossy Waterlox finish?

    Does the Original Sealer finish look too glossy to you? It goes on and dries fairly glossy, but after a few weeks, it settles down to a semi-gloss.

    Prashun Patel Today, 5:57 PM Go to last post
    Larry Frank

    Back Brace?

    I think it would be a good idea to see a doctor...orthopedic spine type....and find out exactly what is wrong. He can also fit you for a brace. IMHO

    Larry Frank Today, 5:57 PM Go to last post
    Bruce Volden

    Is the table saw (non sawstop) the most dangerous tool in the shop?

    My "worst" injury came from learning to use a Japanese pullsaw. My 2nd worst injury came from using a Japanese pullsaw.
    Guess I'm a little

    Bruce Volden Today, 5:55 PM Go to last post
    Michael Yadfar

    Is the table saw (non sawstop) the most dangerous tool in the shop?

    I've heard about planer kickbacks, but they are extremely rare and I've never seen one.

    As far as bandsaws are concerned, back when I was

    Michael Yadfar Today, 5:54 PM Go to last post
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