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    • That was about 6 months worth, so that is all the longer they were there. That was 5 years ago or more too. I don't live there anymore, but it's 3 blocks away and no roach reports yet.  
    • Implemented some of the suggestions I received.. 1/4 cement board, used screws to sorta clamp it til the powergrab set, then yanked them back out. Then cut little blocks and tried to match the routing profile. It wasn't exact but it will pass and not a lot of it can be seen once the bullnose is on. I should have brought the piece in before I cut it to size to see if my routing was perfect. I did not and that is that.   And we started tiling today. Honestly, my wife did while I worked on a local business website. We have dozens of cuts to make, so that is going to be my job. She's doing a great job at this. We've nearly got this entire back wall complete.   
    • Strangely enough and not at all by design, I am posting the obligatory hero pics of the finished bench, with BC hardware installed, and already many many hour of use on it a year to the day from when I started this thread after an afternoon milling session on the logs that became my bench. . For s's and giggles, the last picture is of my favorite aesthetic thing about my bench. A big bark inclusion that I sealed with epoxy. It's one to the first things people notice. My absolute favorite thing is the dead weight. I never have to worry about it walking away from me no matter what I am doing with it. The work holding is nice, but I'll just state that maybe I don't have enough hours on the vices to really appreciate them fully. The gap in the center is great for clamping options. If I had somewhere to keep it, I would take the gap stop out and leave it out. The shelf below is very handy as I keep most of my most used tools there. Marking and measuring box, sander and paper box, round over routers etc. after wiping it down for pictures, I grabbed my straightedge and confirmed the top is just as flat today as the day I flattened it. That's a good feeling. thanks to all of the guys who helped along the way. There are too many to list but if you're reading still, you probably helped out in one way or another. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
    • I could but would rather the entire thing darken up together. I've got time and the window sits right in front of it.  It's also super heavy so I move it as little as possible.
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