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KOliver thats exactly what i wanted to see . Very nice work btw .
Dang it as I just bought a big piece of solid pine 3/4 board an hour ago . Guess I'll do ply on the next project
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Hey Rick. Need a helper or two for your cabinet and drawer building?

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@N'awlins77 ...

nice work...
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beats the snot out of the breakable/flexible plastic ones...
they give the speed square method a run for their money...

speed square have the benefit of being able to multi task...

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I know you guys are all into wood, but consider this material for drawers. It can be cut, sanded, shaped, and glued. It is impervious to water and any non-petroleum based liquid. It can be routed and planed. It is a great material to work with!

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that stuff sags all on it's own and doesn't do weight support well...
and it's heavy...
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Damn, you do nice work, Mike!
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@Gaffboat ...

just in case I have never mentioned that you do clean quality work....
I would like to take this time to do just that.....
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just in case I have never mentioned that you do clean quality work....
I would like to take this time to do just that.....
Thanks, Stick. I've noticed my work has improved as my shop gets more and more organized. It makes a real difference when everything has a place and you know just where to reach for it ... and put it away when you're done with it. I tend to put tools away, even if when I know I'll need them in another half hour, so I can keep my work area free of clutter that distracts from the project at hand.
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I'd love to see Oliver and Mike (MTS) do a joint build of something.
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Those are quite interesting after watching the video , and could have helped already . Yet another simple concept that someone probably made millions off of
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