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Workshop Development #47: Miter Saw / Mortiser getting done... Dry fit of the miter saw segment.

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Blog entry by dbhost posted 07-27-2012 04:11 PM 1359 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
« Part 46: Miter Saw / Mortiser station / Compressor enclosure / Storage bench work came to a grinding halt. Part 47 of Workshop Development series Part 48: Miter Saw bench, in glue and screws. »

The case for the miter saw station is now cut to final size, dadoes and rabbets cut with a few minor mistakes, but nothing that will impact function. Dry fit looks good,

I am taking the day off of work, so I am in the shop today, I should have the cabinet in glue and clamps this afternoon. Right now the cab will have to wait. I am getting dressed for a lunch date with my lovely bride… Talk to you guys this afternoon!

-- My workshop blog can be found at http://daves-workshop.blogspot.com



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Jim Bertelson

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#1 posted 07-28-2012 12:53 AM

We spent some of this gorgeous afternoon on the porch, with Sherie spinning yarn, me relaxing, and Kermit yakking at the birds, dragonflies, and jets from the AirShow here at Elmendorf. Sherie is making a quiche for dinner now, and I settled into my chair…....

Almost done with the programming, tomorrow should be the end. Then it will be templates. But the push and the pressure will be off.

We are having a date for dinner at home…......but I am betting your lunch date will be more special….....you folks have a good time….....

I like the dryfit, of course, being OCD, I expect the dryfit to have structural integrity. Why do I suspect you are the same?......(-:

I am itching to get back into the shop. Golly, how I miss it!!

It is obvious you are having a good day…....we are having a good one too….......think about those things we can really be thankful for…........

Later…......

-- Jim, Anchorage Alaska

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