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I am building a workbench using mortise & tenon joints.  Somehow, this is the first time I’ve attempted to do so, despite owning a mortiser and a tenonning jig for two decades.  I’m finding that they are both well suited to fairly flat tenons, one width of the chisel, or up to two if the […]

Second Thoughts

Posted: 28th March 2018 by Cheap in Cuisine, Television, Uncategorized, Woodworking

I’m already having second thoughts about buying the Canon C200. For one thing, I’ve been reading the manual and doing online research, and there are tons of exceptions and weird things the camera won’t do. For example, it records 4K, but it won’t output 4K on the SDI port. It supports free run time code, […]

Festool TS 55 REQ Track Saw

Posted: 23rd March 2018 by Cheap in Woodworking
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When I chose a table saw, I considered getting one with a 48″ fence – a fence that could accommodate a 48″ wide work piece.  Thus I’d be able to do just about anything with 48″ wide sheet stock on my table saw.  There were practical reasons I decided to get a smaller table saw, […]