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Ever had one of those frustrating oops moments? Well I sure did. Had a sign routed and was putting an edge on it on my router table. had 3 edges done and was putting the 4th and final edge on it, and 3 inches into the pass; Ooops, the board must have had a slight uneven spot "cause the darn board slid under my guide bearing. Causing a bad gouge in it. Was so mad I almost broke the board in half. Light Bulb Goes Off; 'I can fix this." Out comes the angle grinder and 60 grit sanding disc to the rescue. Put a textured edge on it and saved the piece. "Whew"
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two times nice recovery...
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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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two times nice recovery...
Stick; Oh Grand Wizard. How the heck do I delete one of these? Can't find it in the edit settings.

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go to - EDIT > DELETE > DELETION OPTIONS > click on DELETE MESSAGE > DELETE THIS MESSAGE...
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scrap that plan...

post this over there or here...
@Cherryville Chuck ...
Can you delete this thread please....
it's a duplicate...
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Done
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Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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I've heard that everyone except mods, Cricket, and Admin only have 30 minutes to delete what they have posted but I can't confirm this since I'm on the other side of the fence. We usually catch them eventually. By the way Bobby nice save. Exactly what what my signature implies. The difference between a workman and a craftsman.
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Done
thank you sir..
why can't the OP delete a thread they start or is there some way to do it we don't know about???
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Nice save, Bobby Lee. Like the sign too.
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I think that is how the edge was supposed to look! Nice job
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