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This is a rendering that took a few minutes and was a weensy bit of fun.
Another idea is to screw a wooden fence to your miter gauge and align your cut with the kerf marks on the fence. Or even better, line up your work with the kerf on a crosscut sled.
Great fun. I wonder if Nick helped facilitate the Bosch and Lee Valley ads with the show's marketing folks?
Disorienting production design. The off-camera voice doesn't work as a production element. My suggestion would be to dispense with this third character entirely and let Asa handle all of the housekeeping duties, or bring the third character on camera.
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