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  1. #21
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    As requested!
    The damage is in the first 2’ of my 12’ track. I haven’t tried to clean it up… I think I’ll cut out an 8” section and splice it back together with a connecter kit.

    SG

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    Ouch...Good idea for repair. No blood no problem! As they say if you can fix it with money........
    Great looking wood!
    Life is like a project you continue to work on until it's finished.
    Never start a project you don't intend to finish!

  3. #23
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    Here’s the first project using the Festool track saw to cut glueline rips in large pecan slabs… I couldn’t be more pleased with the results!

    SG
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    BEAUTIFUL tabletop Steve!!
    Must be great to feel as well as look at!
    scott
    Scott Plaisted
    2013 Desktop/spindle/VCP 9
    Maine

  5. #25
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    Steve,
    Beautiful table and wood grain. I tell everyone my favorite tool is the track saw! I find myself using it for a variety of things. The saw has cut lots of board feet and still going strong!
    Life is like a project you continue to work on until it's finished.
    Never start a project you don't intend to finish!

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