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Don't know what I was looking for when I ran across this. I'll never make one, but figured some of you might be interested.
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So you got a new tablet and built a holder for it. That is great Theo.

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it's original..

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Different

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And if the tablet malfunctions you have the tools to deal with it handy.
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You guys with CNC's could make that all out of wood?

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So you got a new tablet and built a holder for it. That is great Theo.
Ha. Ha. Unless it's for writing on, I have no real idea of what a 'tablet' is. Certainly wouldn't make a holder for one. The usual, surfing google for something not even closely related, and figured at least one of you might want to make one.
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That project's a hit. Keep pounding these things out. You seem to have the table support biz nailed. Can't wait to get my claws on it. My friend Brad would love it. Although some might think it's a little tacky, I find it easy to get a handle on this.
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That project's a hit. Keep pounding these things out. You seem to have the table support biz nailed. Can't wait to get my claws on it. My friend Brad would love it. Although some might think it's a little tacky, I find it easy to get a handle on this.
Hey, I didn't do it. I use tools to make projects with, not from. Found it googling.
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@JOAT Theo, It's merely hammer humor, and I couldn't resist.

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