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Posted on Blame the .0001 drift.

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#1 posted 10-28-2012 04:08 PM

I work solo, so I only have myself to blame when something gets screwed up. I spent a few years working in a machine shop so I know that often setup error is confused for a tool malfunction.

I would like to weigh in with the fact that good tools to help to reduce some of the dangers of woodworking (not eliminate!) and anything that makes a project run smoother makes and makes a shop more efficient also offers the opportunity for the project to be more profitable.

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