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Updated 3/20/15, Fanaticz shows his Hoe some love finally... Spring is here back to work!


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I see nothing wrong here....

I know if I go check your log, there still wont be videos that you promised a week ago so SHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

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there is some nice, high quality wood work in this build guys. everyone should be taking notes.

Ha thanks!

But its nothing really to special.

Its just called taking your time and paying attention to detail.

Seems like that is something that lacks a lot of on this forum and others like it.

You got people building boxes that have over a 1/4inch over hang, gaps big enough to stick your pinky in.

Then you go and take some time to educate a person and tell them how to go about making a simple fence for a circular saw and they get all pissed..

The majority of this wall is built with a damn circular saw, there is no excuse for crap cuts, period!

My table saw fence only goes up to 52 inches, and the majority of my panels are over 54 long, Sure I could cut off to the left of the blade, but supporting 6+ feet of wood while making a cut by yourself isnt going to result well for the cut being straight.

Anyways,

Going to be pulling the rims off today here shortly to run power wire, but I may get side tracked and try to spruce up my hoes unders a little bit!

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I use a circular most time too. It's too hard to hold up a full sheet by myself and I lack the space for a full blown table for my saw

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Took the wheels off because it be easier to run wire, also need to rotate the backs to the front.

Grabbed a wire wheel for my makita right angle grinder and decided to knock off the loose rust and give it a fresh coating under neath as well.

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Now the coat of paint will have time to cure and set over night so I can jump to doing power wires tomorrow and have a nice clean spot to put them.

Started making holes for the 2 PVC couplings that will act as a grommet for the wire, and a 3rd hole for fresh air intake if it works how i planned it to...

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some of the cleanest MDF cuts ive seen in a while. Can't wait to see how this turns out. :D

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