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    What to do

    What is a guy to do with this?



    Just messing around waiting for the glue to dry on Brent's fastest box joint jig.
    Also had to fix that Mikita saw under that board. So I could run my dado blade. It does not fit on my Dewalt.
    But on another interesting note. Neither My Dewalt or the Ridged at work have screw holes in the fences or miter gauges. For screwing wast wood on to them.
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    Last edited by Chuck Thoits; 03-10-2011 at 11:41 PM.
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    well then drill holes in them so yu can,, and why doesnt the dado fit on the dewalt saw chuck not enough shoulder width on the arbor or is the arbor to small dia???
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    I had that problem...
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    You making something out that odd looking collection of wood

    Looks like the parts needed for an old fashioned kids wooden toy
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    No. Well the yellow stick is the shop broom. The piece of butternut is for an on going box project. They are just laying on the piece of sapele to show just how twisted it is. I think I'll make shop heat out of it.
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    Ahh, That explains it. I thought it was some kind of canoe paddle or something.

    That's mighty twisted....

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