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Posted on Blame the .0001 drift.

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#1 posted 10-28-2012 05:24 PM

I have found that, not to beat anybody up, a lot of wood workers that place the blame on their not so perfect tools are retired metal workers. Their exacting standards in their industry sometimes makes id difficult to make the transition from metal to wood. I have two good friends that struggle with the idea that wood moves. they are forever trying to build jigs to compensate for the variables. Myself, if i am within a 1/16th i’m good. I agree that it is always operator error. YOU control of your tools. (Be, Know, Do)

-- haste makes firewood.

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