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#1 posted 12-03-2012 01:39 AM

Thanks, Pierce. I was planning to float the back panels. I’m not entirely sure how that works (how to keep them from sagging under weight, etc.), but I think I can figure it out on the way. I’m a bit stuck on the cross beams. I was thinking about using dry dowels so that they could be replaced without too much work, if necessary. That’s probably over-thinking things, but it wouldn’t be difficult anyway.

As for the number of saws, this till is very interesting to me because I’m hoping to get into refurbishing saws at some point, plus I’m just a gear junkie, so I suspect I’ll end up with a pretty large collection of older saws over time.

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