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May 19, 2:03 AM [GMT -5]

surely this is not Handyman's idea of detailed project instructions??

January 05, 6:09 PM [GMT -5]

I picked up two 24 in used doors at my local Habitat Restore (with matching mortise cuts for the hinges) for $20 and a couple of used hinges for $1. I also laminated mine with basic white laminate (4x8 sheet, $45 at the home store) which makes it superslick for sliding the sheets of wood (got tip from This Old House) and can double as a white board. I like it so much I might make two, one for the saw (with the notch) and one just for projects.

February 22, 5:44 AM [GMT -5]

Drawing on the explanation of how to build this saw table, I now know how to build a nuclear reactor:
1. Get the parts
2. Put them together
3. Avoid tsunamis

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