I use the cut list as a referance point when I start a project. It tells me quickly how much material I need and if I find a grain pattern that I like, can I work it into the piece. also by looking at a cut list it will give you a idea of the best utilization of materials. also it helps you from coming up 1 board short. old school taught me 1/2 x 1 and cut once.
the question is does it have flesh detection technology does it know how to "read"the wood grain, can it stop when the finish is just right. you look at the junk that is already made by an cnc machine and then you look at something that a man has made. I will bet you that the man made piece will be around alot long than the cnc made one
Out of the 1.5 million I would like to know is, How much of the money is really going to end up with the person that stuck his fingers into the saw, He is out, the lawyers are the big winners in this one. If the person got what the lawyers got and vice-versa how many idiot lawsuits due you think there would be. freedom of choice, that went the way of the dinosaure
no tools on my list, just one thing I would like is for the wife to quit saying "that I spend too much time and money in that shop"
I use a 3cc syringe with a 14 ga. needle to get glue into tight places, just grind the tip off. don't cut it (crushes the tube) also use forceps to hold small pieces and the rubber tourniquet hat is use for starting iv's works great for holding funny shaped parts togather, both for dry fitting and glue up
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