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    Homemade Sliding Cutter, built in multifunction as wood cutting, glass cutting...

    Dear you all,

    I would like to introduce how to Homemade Sliding Cutter, built in multifunction as wood cutting, glass cutting…



    If you like video, please like, subcrible and share help me.

    Thank and regards!

    Kwando Technic.

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    Kwando,

    Very nice tool and the video was clear.

    May I suggest that when making identical parts, start by making just one. Drill all holes undersize. Then use it as a template for cutting the rest of the parts and locating all holes. Finish each part by drilling all holes to finished size. It will be faster, less prone to error, and more precise, than measuring. All too often, I used to be EXACTLY one inch off due to a stupid measurement error.

    Rick
    Rick

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgsparber View Post
    Kwando,

    Very nice tool and the video was clear.

    May I suggest that when making identical parts, start by making just one. Drill all holes undersize. Then use it as a template for cutting the rest of the parts and locating all holes. Finish each part by drilling all holes to finished size. It will be faster, less prone to error, and more precise, than measuring. All too often, I used to be EXACTLY one inch off due to a stupid measurement error.

    Rick
    Dear Rick,

    Thank for your comment. I will recognize and make more clear in next clips.

    Regard!

    Kwando.


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