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Now, that is COOL! So many tricks of the trade we'll never learn them all.
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I wish I had seen this sooner. I just did some baseboards and of course the outside angles weren't 90 degrees. I didn't have a gauge so a lot was trial and error. This trick would have saved a lot of time.
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Great trick, Harry. Thanks.

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This show airs every Saturday afternoon on the Vermont PBS station and I record it every time and watch later, I have learned so much from them. I also tape This Old House and the Woodright's Shop. I really miss the New Yankee Workshop so I sometimes view it on the Internet. Norm Abrahm is the main inspiration for me starting in woodworking more than 30 years ago.
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Norm Abrahm's New Yankee Workshop & David Marks' Woodworks were 2 shows I''d never miss & I recorded most of them on VHS tape..Now we have Compact Disc players I have nothing to replay them on.I know that I could get the shows transferred to disc(s) but don't know where they are.lol James jj777746

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That is a great technique. Only downside is you can't rationalize a new tool.
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