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  1. Tmize

    M18 weed eater

    I bought one of these about a month ago. An I love it the is only comparable to the Sthil commercial grade weed eater my dad has. I’ve always ran Milwaukee tools at work an have slowly been picking up a lot of there tools I don’t have at work for the house. Their nail guns are awesome to for a battery power. I bought the 16gauge finish nailer for trim work around the house. Got tried of dragging the pancake compressor around. The paper work says it will shoot about 325 nails on one battery. I haven’t tested yet but I shot around 100 today a went down only one bar on battery life with a 5.0 battery
  2. Only to options I see left since it is already cut to fit is pocket hole into the legs or dowels. I like the flag👍
  3. On my iPhone just click on the icon an it pulls up the whole list on badges an when that person completed on level an moved up to the next.
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    Welcome TWHaynes

    Welcome to forum.
  5. I agree with Bryan the faux tenon thru the front was to busy. The way you cleaned it up took the piece to another level great job.
  6. I hate I missed this build you did I great job on it. The note from your daughter makes it so much better.
  7. Ok I’ve read thru this way more times than I care to admit 😁. I think if you make the rear leg wider so the panels line up at the rear only will solve the portion issue you are seeing. The front will still offset that is normal in on stand furniture. You could either do I wider leg or add a stile next to the leg to match up with the width of the of the stile on the cabinet. Let me know if I’m close on what you was asking.
  8. Those turned out awesome. Great job
  9. Congrats on the retirement. 6 whole days a month extra shop days a month.?. Enjoy it and everything else to the fullest.
  10. That is the way must all my other drawers are done. I use luan plywood instead I run them thru the table saw an half lap them on either 1” or 2” centers depending on what IM putting in the drawer
  11. I figured I would bring this thread back from the grave. To all the organization experts out there I’ve been going thru all my drawers one by one over the past few months. I’ve been building dividers an trays to get everything in neat order. I come to my saw files,rasps and other files an I’m lost on this one. I got the veratis saw file roll an it’s great up I keep a surplus of my most common files that want fit in the roll. Any suggestions?
  12. Since it will be on the floor I don’t think you will have the problem I was talking about. Let us know how it goes.
  13. Could you put a cleat down on the bottom of the down for it to sit on. Similar to French cleat just backwards on the bottom to help hold the weight of the door. The shear weight of a hickory door would be a lot for 6-8 magnets. But if you had it resting on something the magnets would only have to hold it to the blower not the weight of the door.
  14. Aren’t they the same company that bought bridge city tools?
  15. To me the major upgrade to this machine over the 14/12 or the current grizzly is the foot brake. I know some don’t see this as a big deal but I know in the year I’ve had mine 14/12 I’ve wished I could stop it quickly to make a fence adjustment real quick. Yes more power is always great to. Just a side not you can change the tap up on most motors now to convert them to 240v from 120v. I know my rigid ts an Laguna bandsaw you can.
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