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  1. The Barney Kessel Model came out in 1961.
  2. Outer diameter of an EVM-12L = 12.2". I used that to infer the rest of the measurements against known dimensions. Thus my first mockup. It needs some refinement but it is a close starting point.
  3. Math is for nerds it just depends on which nerditarium the nerd(s) are found. Algebra II is as far as I got and that was a few moons ago. Are you saying that where the 2 arrows are pointing that angle "should be 140 degrees?
  4. If you are doing BC Rich I go for a write in vote: 10 string Bich
  5. Does anyone have a link or know of a resource that has a diagram or blueprint of this cabinet? ( mods move if needed )
  6. I'll double down on what I suggested in my PM. Seriously.
  7. Do it in layers to gain depth and complexity. Shellac cross links with itself.
  8. I'll kindly disagree on that point. Do you have your quarter yet?
  9. My fingers are intact and functional. I figured the Sawstop system would be a great place to start considering how essential a table saw is for many woodworkers. The video is quite convincing for me. The kinetic energy in a spinning sawblade is considerable. Dead stop in 10ms is impressive. I am consulting on a large estate liquidation that includes a rather well equipped cabinet/woodworking shop. The pictured blade was on top of a 3HP Sawstop that was BURIED under the flotsam and jetsam of too much stuff and not enough working space. There are some drawbacks to this saw but for the average woodworker it is tough to beat. My neighbor has a 3 horse and it has handled 1000ft+/- of varied hardwoods of mine that we have ripped with no issues. The safety is a huge factor for repetitive tasks like mindless ripping. But it will kickback like any other saw.
  10. Just to be clear, this concept took hold a year ago.
  11. Sawstop. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynEdke5dzIU
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