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Old 04-24-2018, 10:59 AM   #61
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At $44.29 per sheet of birch... We are going to take this build out nice and slow..

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Old 04-24-2018, 11:04 AM   #62
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Osb is a couple dollars a sheet lol

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It will encourage you to get out of the trailer and back to work

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It will encourage you to get out of the trailer and back to work

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Lmao.. Yeah that is absolutely true.

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Osb is a couple dollars a sheet lol

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Oh I haven't bought lumber in several years.

SearchingforSignal you still rocking enviroreel?

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Oh I haven't bought lumber in several years.

SearchingforSignal you still rocking enviroreel?

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I still have like 20 rolls.. Hah

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Adding a more compact miter to my inventory. Got 2 extra batteries free with the buy.. This thing is so compact.

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Adding a more compact miter to my inventory. Got 2 extra batteries free with the buy.. This thing is so compact.

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You must do some serious construction work with all those fancy wood cutting tools.
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Adding a more compact miter to my inventory. Got 2 extra batteries free with the buy.. This thing is so compact.

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Compact? I just got that saw to replace my 12" Dewalt non slider, and every time I look at it or think about picking it up I'm like, Jeebus Heebus that's a big sum bitch of a saw. Gotta find me a rolling stand.

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You must do some serious construction work with all those fancy wood cutting tools.
Yeah can seem to just stick to the low voltage stuff. Customers keep asking for odd work to be done and building custom areas for equipment ect. A lot of my work is handyman oriented.

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Compact? I just got that saw to replace my 12" Dewalt non slider, and every time I look at it or think about picking it up I'm like, Jeebus Heebus that's a big sum bitch of a saw. Gotta find me a rolling stand.

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Yeah I have mine on a rolling stand. This is compact compared to my Milwaukee 10"miter. That saw was almost 3 and a half feet in depth when cutting at 90 degrees..

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Compact? I just got that saw to replace my 12" Dewalt non slider, and every time I look at it or think about picking it up I'm like, Jeebus Heebus that's a big sum bitch of a saw. Gotta find me a rolling stand.

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Here is my Dewalt miter stand with the Makita.

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Here is my Dewalt miter stand with the Makita.

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You liking that stand? I can't decide b between that one or the rigid, or bosch gravity rise. Dewalt seems to take least amount of room in the trailer.
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You liking that stand? I can't decide b between that one or the rigid, or bosch gravity rise. Dewalt seems to take least amount of room in the trailer.
I do like the stand.. Could include better hardware but it's well worth the money

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At $44.29 per sheet of birch... We are going to take this build out nice and slow..

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You GO BOYYYY!! I held the cabinet rails up an inch and a half, to make a lip!.. Helps hold stuff in place. Check out my framing square holder works good on a 24" box. Cool new tools will make it a lot more fun!! enjoy!!
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You GO BOYYYY!! I held the cabinet rails up an inch and a half, to make a lip!.. Helps hold stuff in place. Check out my framing square holder works good on a 24" box. Cool new tools will make it a lot more fun!! enjoy!!
Thanks!! I'm in the process of building a Lil custom area for all my measuring tools. Going on inside of my side door. I will be locating the rest of my squares and buying. More cool tools.

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