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Thank you for the response and the explanation. Sorry it took me a couple days to get back to you. I don’t need one of these yet, but when I do I’ll follow your lead. Thanks again.
Two questions from a novice, 1) what keeps the iron from inadvertently shaving down the shooting board and eventually ruining its squareness and calibration? 2) Any tips on calibrating the 45 (or any other degree) miter angle to get it close to perfect so project corners come together nicely every time?
I make black tea often in stainless pots or use a stainless tea ball. Also, I travel with stainless travel mugs and with time the tea stains get thick. I tried your method of adding a few shakes (tea spoon) of CA to a"finger" (half inch or so?) of water and boiling. No change observed whatsoever. What did I miss? How long should it boil? Higher concentration?
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thanks for the response. I'm now in serious thought mode and I have everything I need for this.... But time.
looks like fun and I may try this.. A couple questions, 1) when you released the laminated assembly from the clamps after the glued dried, was there any "spring-back" or "expansion" of the fender to try and straighten out some? 2)Or did it remain solidly in the radius in which it was clamped? And 3) if it did spring, how much?