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fulltimin

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Posted: 11/20/20 09:37pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Had to get my plywood stretcher out.........



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No, I did not cut the plywood too narrow. The large piece here was left over after cutting the other side off for something else, and this is what was left.

However, it was 1 inch too narrow. I decided not to buy another piece of 4 x 8 for that.



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The "extended" portion will be at the back of the "closet/shelving" area, so it will be mostly hidden anyhow.

I think after sanding, most of the line will disappear.



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fulltimin wrote:

PastorCharlie wrote:

We have three of the 9' NuWave2 Precision Induction cooktops and the most we paid for anyone of them was $50.00 at KMart. One was purchased new in box at a yard sale for $15.00 and the other one was a gift. They are super to use and super safe around old folks and children. We use them in the home and Motor Home.

Wouldn't leave home without one.




Who u callin' old???? Lol..

Thanks for the info. I guess I'll have to look around a little bit and see what our options. are.


https://www.qvc.com/NuWave-Precision-Induction-Cooktop-w-9%22-Hard-Anodized-Fry-Pa.product.H295412.html?colorId=000&sizeId=000&ref=GBA&cm_mmc=GOOGLESHOPPINGFEED-_-GShopping%7CL%7CBrandProduct%7Ccooking+dining%7Csmall+appliances-_-Cooking+Dining-_-dm_41632031026_pla-833827043740__H295412-000-000&cm_mmca1=m&cm_mmca2=41632031026&cm_mmca3=pla-833827043740&cm_mmca4=H295412-000-000&cm_mmca5=pla&cm_mmca6=816971433&cm_mmca7=Acquisition&cm_mmca8=Acq&cm_mmca9=EAIaIQobChMIzu6sgvWS7QIVC4iGCh0pmAeQEAQYASABEgKjd_D_BwE&cm_mmca12=Vendor&cm_mmca13=Cooking+Dining&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIzu6sgvWS7QIVC4iGCh0pmAeQEAQYASABEgKjd_D_BwE&TZ=EST This the one we use. Be sure to scroll down and read the description of its features. This seller includes the pan we use the most.


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Posted: 11/21/20 05:57am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

BigRabbitMan wrote:

fulltimin wrote:

PastorCharlie wrote:

We have three of the 9' NuWave2 Precision Induction cooktops and the most we paid for anyone of them was $50.00 at KMart. One was purchased new in box at a yard sale for $15.00 and the other one was a gift. They are super to use and super safe around old folks and children. We use them in the home and Motor Home.

Wouldn't leave home without one.




Who u callin' old???? Lol..

Thanks for the info. I guess I'll have to look around a little bit and see what our options. are.


https://www.qvc.com/NuWave-Precision-Induction-Cooktop-w-9%22-Hard-Anodized-Fry-Pa.product.H295412.html?colorId=000&sizeId=000&ref=GBA&cm_mmc=GOOGLESHOPPINGFEED-_-GShopping%7CL%7CBrandProduct%7Ccooking+dining%7Csmall+appliances-_-Cooking+Dining-_-dm_41632031026_pla-833827043740__H295412-000-000&cm_mmca1=m&cm_mmca2=41632031026&cm_mmca3=pla-833827043740&cm_mmca4=H295412-000-000&cm_mmca5=pla&cm_mmca6=816971433&cm_mmca7=Acquisition&cm_mmca8=Acq&cm_mmca9=EAIaIQobChMIzu6sgvWS7QIVC4iGCh0pmAeQEAQYASABEgKjd_D_BwE&cm_mmca12=Vendor&cm_mmca13=Cooking+Dining&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIzu6sgvWS7QIVC4iGCh0pmAeQEAQYASABEgKjd_D_BwE&TZ=EST This the one we use. Be sure to scroll down and read the description of its features. This seller includes the pan we use the most.



WOW! That's quite the link! Lol...

Thanks for the info.

Here's the toned down version in a single click. Click here.

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Posted: 11/21/20 09:13pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Son came over today, and we had a family day. No work done. Still was a great day.

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SAY WHAT???

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Screws. What does it look like? Screws. Lol.

2.5" coated Kreg screws. 1 pile. Then we have piles of 5 screws per pile.

235 screws in total. There are probably about 15 or so missing, because they snapped off.

So, for a round number, we'll call it 250 screws.

Where'd they come from?

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Posted: 11/22/20 08:57pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Places like this, with the red arrows.



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While I am not 100 percent finished with the roof - I have just a little up front, and across the rear to do, I needed to get the plywood out of the weather before it starts to de-construct itself.

With that in mind, I took the scaffolding down today.

These screws came from holding the railing together, the 2 x 3's used for legs, the corner braces that helped strengthen the railing at the base.

All those - sorta important points - took 'em out.

I will say, it's much easier putting them in than it is taking them out. If the angle of the bit isn't just right, the bit tends to slip out of the square drive.

I would love to see Kreg switch to a Torx head, instead of a square drive system. Then again, how often do you take 'em out, once they're in?

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