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topgun last won the day on September 22 2017

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  1. Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I've got Makita at home that is on its last leg, dewalt and Milwaukee fuel at work. For non professional work items I don't see buying what I can't go to the local big box store and buy.
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    Tin gets cut with a skill saw with the blade backwards, not a grinder.
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    Titebond 2 will work great. I just prefer 1 or 3.
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    Titebond 1 or 3 glue and go to town.
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    Just use some regular ole screws, if they ever strip out then use something better
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    Skill saw and the clean up corners will be fairly fast. A harbor freight jigsaw would also work fine too.
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    For infrequent use I'd just buy a ryobi set and be done with it.
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    It's the saw most others want to be when they grow up.
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    Or cut strips and piece them together with glue and a nail gun.
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    If they are all the same size, 1/4 plywood template and a router well do it as well.
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    Unless your using the cordless tools for you job, no reason to drop crazy money on Hilti.
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    Just mark and plungewith the skill saw, clean up the corners with the sawzall. Be careful with kickback on plunging.
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    Skill saw? No problem.
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    It was a good game
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    See if you can get some other person to but it for 50 bucks or something, but it's not with fixing. If you had the parts for free, maybe.
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