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    Eric Schubert

    My First Workbench Build - A Journal

    Thread Starter: Eric Schubert

    Welcome to my journal thread for my very first major build: a workbench! I plan to add photos and updates as I make progress on the bench build, which may or may not be frequently. It all depends on how it plays out. But, I'm hoping that it'll be a learning experience for both you and me, and...

    Last Post By: Eric Schubert Today, 2:12 AM Go to last post
    Jeff Bartley

    Sharp chisels!

    Thread Starter: Jeff Bartley

    Sharp chisels yes! But not at the end, on the sides. I'm just wondering how many here have been cut up by the edges of their chisels? And does anyone purposely dull the side edges to prevent this? Jeff (with a slice on his index finger!)

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    Wade Lippman

    So... collision avoidance?

    Thread Starter: Wade Lippman

    I posted this same question 5 months ago, but will be buying a new car next week and still can't make my mind up. I am getting a Mazda CX3; I chose that because I really need the blind spot monitoring. I don't need collision avoidance or lane departure warning, but since I will be driving this...

    Last Post By: Chris Parks Yesterday, 9:52 AM Go to last post
    Mike Henderson

    Free SawStop Brake

    Thread Starter: Mike Henderson

    I was cutting a small piece of wood and before I knew it the blade was below the table and I had a small cut on my thumb. Don't even know exactly how everything happened. While the piece was small, I'd made the same cut many times before. Anyway, just a nick, bit of blood and a ruined...

    Last Post By: Mike Henderson Yesterday, 11:28 AM Go to last post
    steven c newman

    Busy day today

    Thread Starter: steven c newman

    And now time for a few "Cold ones" First off, The Boss wanted a blind on the backdoor repaired with a new one.....New one needed those clips down at the bottom, to keep it from flopping around, used self-drilling drywall screws into the steel skin of the door...and had the driver tip drill into...

    Last Post By: steven c newman Yesterday, 11:18 PM Go to last post
    Ben Rivel

    Building Your Own Oneida Realtime Filter Efficiency Gauge

    Thread Starter: Ben Rivel

    After studying the Oneida product page (LINK) and researching around the net I was able to figure out and put together the parts necessary to build my own Oneida Realtime Filter Efficiency Gauge. Its a very simple design and you can buy all the parts on your own for a lot cheaper than their kit. ...

    Last Post By: Ben Rivel Yesterday, 6:09 PM Go to last post
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