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A scrap spline sled.


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This staying home is enough to drive a man to drink!  Fortunately for me it's a short drive.    I've been using a scrap of plywood and two scraps nailed on it to make my splines.  And it's shaky as hell.  At my age shaky is part of everyday, so I needed to come up with something that would curtail all that shakiness.  I had some scrap Alder plywood taking up space, so, I thought if I put some of it together, I could get it to take up more space.  I think I was successful.  What do you guys think?

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That is a real nice design, with the adjustability that give you some holding power.  I will probably borrow some of this idea.

Cigar in the background of the photo, nice touch.

“If you don’t have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?”  John Wooden

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1 hour ago, Woodenskye (Bryan) said:

Nicely done!  That should work well.

Truthfully, I remembered that Dave aka: treeslayer at WTO, had made one. I couldn't find his to steal the idea, but I did remember some of it's salient points and added them.  It turned out that his and mine are 80% alike.  Proof that great minds really do think alike.

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