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    Supporting Long plank to cut.

    Busy putting in ceilings all by myself.

    Needed to support some 3.6m planks while culling to length with the chop saw.

    Ladder steps was just too high or just too low. So added support on the other side at the correct height.

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    Will cut to length and rivet in place once ceilings are completed as I will use this surely again.

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    Thanks garage nut! We've added your Long Plank Cutting Support to our Woodworking category,
    as well as to your builder page: garage nut's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    As someone who mostly works single handed or alone I truly appreciate your posts on solo work. Keep it up.
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    At least that way :-

    1) You can blame nobody else if something goes wrong,

    2) You can take a break when ever you want to,

    3) Tools are treated with respect,

    4) Tools are never misplaced,

    5) Only you know about the mistakes,

    6) I can still think of a whole lot of GOOD things if one works alone.


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    No disagreements over music

    Put in 8 hrs, never late for work

    Screws, clamps, dead men, jacks, straps, pullers, ECT, have never talked back, wined about holding a board too long or scared of hights

    On and on as you say.


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