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Measure once cut twice and it's still to short.
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John_* - good tip, I get woodsmith tips by email but didn't see this one, is it new/old or otherwise.

spoke too soon - just checked my email, there it was.

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Thanks . Never thought about putting lubricant on the collet threads

I don’t always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
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Some of their tips are a little threadbare. I subscribed to their subscription videos, but they are really mostly pretty light weight and often clips that were on TV already. Maybe they'll get better. They have ownership of all those Shop Notes editions so maybe they'll bring those up to daye. At least I hope so or I won't be renewing next year.
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Some of their tips are a little threadbare. I subscribed to their subscription videos, but they are really mostly pretty light weight and often clips that were on TV already. Maybe they'll get better. They have ownership of all those Shop Notes editions so maybe they'll bring those up to daye. At least I hope so or I won't be renewing next year.
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light weight to the old timers I posted for some of the new router user that need the basics!
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light weight to the old timers I posted for some of the new router user that need the basics!
true....
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