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  1. They are plunge saws, respectfully. Plunge cuts can be made more safely with one (or two) of these... https://www.amazon.com/Festool-491582-Guide-Limit-Piece/dp/B001493HTW The *(or two)* was in referencing using 2 of them as stops. You can make a stopped groove with 2 of Kickback Stops. I'm just not sold on doing that on the edge of a board. ðŸĪŠ 😁 👋, RXR
  2. That is a difficult cut to make with any hand-held tool. Especially making multiple passes with a circular saw of any sort. My Thought Process Machine instantly envisions disaster, to the material and/or the material handler! ðŸ˜ē You've a dangerous mind, brother! 😉 😆 ðŸŧ, RXR
  3. Just a single pass with the TS? You mean the face edge of a board and not the end grain edge, right? As an anecdote; the very first cut I made with my TS, an angle cut on the Modified Ship's Ladder stringer, I approached the cut after plunging and the damn thing jumped out of the cut and nearly off the table and I was sure I had damaged either the guide rail or the saw or both. I damaged neither. But, from that time to now I make sure the TS is more FIRMLY in hand (I slowly plunge to depth) and the Kick-Back accessory is in place! I'll help where I can. Regards, RXR
  4. I share your concerns. To include Christmas (I'm not religious) but, I see how far it has drifted from its original intent, which I wholeheartedly support. And, I am a Capitalist - a poor Capitalist, but a Capitalist all the same. 😉 Some sellers make huge contributions to military/first responder organizations, so I can't fault most of them. But, on this day let's remember... "When you go home, tell them of us and say For your tomorrow, we gave our today."~John Maxwell Edmonds. Salute! RXR
  5. It Is The Warfighter It is the Warfighter, not the minister Who has given us freedom of religion. It is the Warfighter, not the reporter Who has given us freedom of press. It is the Warfighter, not the poet Who has given us freedom of speech. It is the Warfighter, not the campus organizer Who has given us freedom to protest. It is the Warfighter, not the lawyer Who has given us the right to a fair trial. It is the Warfighter, not the politician Who has given us the right to vote. It is the Warfighter who salutes the flag, Who serves beneath the flag, And wh
  6. But, you said they were helping! Just to shine a brighter light on their efforts you should send me out a t-shirt to justify their actions! ðŸĪĢ 😉, RXR
  7. Greetings Kev and others! I received this email today. I don't believe I am owed a shirt. Given your message above are you handing out free "thank you" t-shirts to those that comply with the new understandings? Or am I misremembering and I am missing a shirt from back in October? ðŸĪŠ I do hope you all are well! 👋, RXR
  8. ?!!! Maybe a 'neutral' background, I would suggest! ? ?, RXR
  9. Well well. For the life of me, that looks like a tapered joint. ?, RXR
  10. See now, I had completely forgotten that. I knew it, I've seen several videos on that exact topic. Just one of those things, when you need something...it's just not there! Another excellent point. And, I plan to try locking rabbets, so that should help even more. And, yes, on the Bandy Clamps....that's the only reason I even know of them...I thought, "wouldn't those be nice to have IF I ever needed them!" ? Thank you, @Kev? ?, RXR
  11. As I said, I probably couldn't offer any help regarding your foible! ? I can say, without hesitation, that bottom board is awesome! Fantastic design! ? Is the right side of that bottom board, the right side in this picture, a tapered joint? ?, RXR
  12. Hey there, @Coop?. I have not linked a Kevs Woodworks post before but I think this gets you there. Here's to trying! ? ?, RXR
  13. Can we see it, @Kev? Not that that would help me help you but, it might help others with ideas on it. ?, RXR
  14. Hey folks! ? I'm starting on that stand I mentioned previously. I've been playing with the numbers to see what my Thought Process Machine can come up with. These are just rough sketches - the first one below is REALLY rough! ? ? The dimensions of the item the stand is for is 24-1/2 wide inches front to back x 28-1/2 inches long side to side and 10 inches deep. It weighs approximately 100+lbs. The space the stand is going in is 60 inches tall, it's the loft in the 1924 Schoolhouse. They built the loft wrong, in my opinion...but, it is what it is. I need to work with it.
  15. I almost forgot. I broke out a set of tools I have had for a very long time. My favorite Aunt gave them to me at least two decades ago - probably a decade longer than that. They've probably been to more states than many Americans! ? ? In original boxes, albeit worse for wear. I had never used them before this day. I don't believe anyone had used them...I think they're pretty neat! It was pretty ? putting them into service. ?, RXR
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