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    I have the Jessem guides. I like them but seems...

    I have the Jessem guides. I like them but seems like I'm always needing to move them out of the way when ripping small stuff and using a push stick.
  2. Preserving glues, adhesives & finishing in unheated shop

    I was wondering how you guys keep your glue and finishing materials from freezing in unheated shop. My shop is heated when I am working but I have 2-3 day periods not working. I don't leave the...
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    I've had and used these Jessem TS guides now for...

    I've had and used these Jessem TS guides now for a year plus. You have hit on my only gripe, they do interfere with the normal use of a push stick. I generally just slide them on top of the fence...
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    What he said!

    What he said!
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    Glad to see a neighbor check in.

    Glad to see a neighbor check in.
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    You certainly got a very nice bowl out of the...

    You certainly got a very nice bowl out of the ordeal, very nice!
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    Very nice, love all the storage created with the...

    Very nice, love all the storage created with the drawers. May have to steal you plan, thanks for posting this!
  8. Fellows, thanks for the comments on this. I've...

    Fellows, thanks for the comments on this. I've always thought attaching the back panel first was the "normal" order of construction but read an article by a cabinet pro that said he installed face...
  9. Which apply first? Face frame or back panel on cabinetry

    I'm building a couple built in shelf units 30"w x 12"d x 96" high, constructed out of 3/4" maple ply. Face frame will be 3/4" poplar and back panel 1/4" maple ply. My question, does it really matter...
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    It is also a fun project as it gives me an excuse...

    It is also a fun project as it gives me an excuse to buy more guns. The cabinet is less than half full :D
    My kind of guy, always can find an excuse to buy one more gun!:D
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    Gee Whiz, makes my posterior pucker watching...

    Gee Whiz, makes my posterior pucker watching that. I never thought of trimming Al piston heads with a table saw, seems a little primitive.
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    I swore to myself that if I ever added on to my...

    I swore to myself that if I ever added on to my shop the first thing I would build would be an assembly table. I completed a little 16'x20' shop addition a few weeks ago, this weekend I started...
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    Dang woodpecker must have started at the top of...

    Dang woodpecker must have started at the top of that maple and worked his way down through the center, never seen that done before.
  14. Agreed, this was a great price, but a little...

    Agreed, this was a great price, but a little deceiving. After I put the sides in the cart the shipping was $32 for standard UPS Ground.
  15. Fellows thanks for the good leads. I ordered 12...

    Fellows thanks for the good leads. I ordered 12 pair from CS Hardware for $92 including shipping Fed Ex 3 day delivery. I actually already had an account with CS but had forgotten about them until...
  16. Best Vendor for Full Extension drawer slides

    I need to purchase about 12 sets of 18" full extension ball bearing drawer slides, 75-100 lb rating would be fine. Don't need any special features such as soft close, these are just for some shop...
  17. Well, guess that's why I hadn't heard about it,...

    Well, guess that's why I hadn't heard about it, we only watch ole Craig C. on channel 7 news. When my wife hits the upcoming craft fair weekend I"ll take a spin to Ft. Smith and check out the new boy...
  18. Larry, thanks for posting this. I'm a few miles...

    Larry, thanks for posting this. I'm a few miles north of you but had not heard about it, will have to check it out.
  19. I tried to explain this to my 14 year old...

    I tried to explain this to my 14 year old daughter also. Does not compute.
  20. Very nice Andrew.

    Very nice Andrew.
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    Brad, Lake Conway is the lake you are talking...

    Brad, Lake Conway is the lake you are talking about. It's a very shallow lake with a lot of dead standing timber. I think it's most famous for Crappie production. I'm sure Dennis knows more than I...
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    Poll: Frank, the fixtures are T8s 3500K bulbs. (8) four...

    Frank, the fixtures are T8s 3500K bulbs. (8) four bulb/foot fixtures. I'm just now moving equipment into the addition but pleased with amount of light so far. Painting the walls gloss white helps...
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    "not OSHA approved!"

    "not OSHA approved!"
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    "I think this looks fairly normal. One little...

    "I think this looks fairly normal. One little speck of ice in N. Texas, and everybody parks like that." :eek:

    Good one! So true.
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    Amusing cell photos snapshots

    I didn't want to highjack Keith's "Crazy Haulin Trailer" thread but it got me to thinking about this photo I snapped on the road a few weeks ago. I was driving through town and came up behind this...
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