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Old 08-31-2008, 10:50 PM
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Wink Fine woodworking project for the day

For spending the previous past two days funnig and festing lfe has evened itself out on me.

Take a look at the fine wodworking project I did today.
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Old 09-01-2008, 01:05 AM
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Darrin,

You have my sympathy. Not that I have much to spare... I've been crawling around on my hands and knees installing floor heating, Ditra (the orange stuff) and tile for the last several weeks. (See pic.) I'd love to butcher some wood!



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Old 09-01-2008, 01:17 AM
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Dan, what the heck are those little white tubes with red collars in the right background?

Also, how do you post a photo big instead of a thumbnail?

How many photos can you have in a single post?

If this info is already posted can you give me a link? I haven't found it.
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Old 09-01-2008, 01:24 AM
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Dan, what the heck are those little white tubes with red collars in the right background?

Also, how do you post a photo big instead of a thumbnail?

How many photos can you have in a single post?

If this info is already posted can you give me a link? I haven't found it.
Michael,

The little tubes are actually straps. It's called the Tuscan Leveling System. It's a bit tedious to use, but you get much better tile leveling, especially with big tile. Their web site: The first truly simple marble, slate, granite tile leveling system.... Check out the video.

The photo is in my album. I just copied and pasted the link. Here's a how-to link: Using An Album Pic In A Post.

Right now, you can attach 10 pics per post. With album pics, you just include a link to the pic with IMG tags (the mini-tutorial) explains how. There's no limit to the number of links that you can include in a post.

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Old 09-02-2008, 02:19 PM
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Dan that tile system looks great.
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Old 09-04-2008, 09:33 PM
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For spending the previous past two days funnig and festing lfe has evened itself out on me.

Take a look at the fine wodworking project I did today.
I like the jack hammer............ for fine woodworking. I wonder if you could use it with the guide rail, and I bet not only dust collection, but also noise level is top notch too.
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