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Forum topic by woodtoolgy posted 830 days ago 667 views 0 times favorited 3 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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June 2011 I lost my 1200 sq ft shop to a fire and it was a total loss. I’m hoping to start construction on it’s replacement by mid May 2012.

In the meantime I have a small project I had hoped to complete. I need to cut some plywood to build a few Captain Bed frames.

Is there anyone near Green Bay where I could rip down some plywood on their table saw?


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#1 posted 830 days ago

Wood tool guy,
Sorry about your loss. Hope you hade it covered with good insurance

-- Ken

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#2 posted 825 days ago

That sucks! May the force be with you.

-- Bob Egbert AKA Sandhill

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#3 posted 821 days ago

I think your best bet is to buy that circular saw and blades you now need, and the fence that clamps to the length/width of the sheet of plywood.

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