It is a lot harder to do than it looks. I will have to try again some time.
That is my understanding as well. That is why I used a 1.5" thick top for my anvil. I think any homemade anvil is always going to be a comprimise.
Nice to see someone attaching table tops correctly. Fastener link
As far as I can tell from the pictures, you are missing one item from your instructions. There are little blocks that go under the long stretchers to hold them tight. You might have found that they are unnecessary and left them out of the Instructable but they are shown in the first picture.
Quick easy project. I added feet to mine. It makes it a little more stable
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Sorry I misread the last link. As near as I can tell, 1 lb of 22 gauge wire is 500 feet. This link if for a 10 lb roll which should be about 5000 feet.http://www.spectrowireandcable.com/c/BareCopperPlaterWire/BareCopperPlaterWire.html
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I worked as a cabinet maker for many years and never came across anyone who folded sandpaper that way. All of your points are valid and most people fold sandpaper incorrectly. I find that this method gives you a piece of sandpaper that is too big to use. I have always cut full sheets into 4 pieces (used to be standard for sanders) and then take that piece and fold it into thirds.
I think it helps if you have a short focal length. I got my lens from a bus light assembly.
I found an old spotlight lens with a short focal point (~3 inches) and mad a little frame to hold it at the right distance. On a sunny day it works really well.
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Weaved is not a word when related to fabric. Here's a good example sentence for "weaved": "The drunk driver weaved in and out of his lane."
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Here is my finished project. Took a lot longer to do than I had planned. I have an old Isel Techno Davinci mill and it took a lot of searching to make it work with Fusion. Mostly finding the right post processor.I just did a test run with some end grain balsa wood. It seems to machine nicely and is easy on the tools.
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Nice jig to have. We used to use a similar one to make the curved backs for chairs.
Yeah, the included 1 min. 122 MB movie doesn't tell you much. I personally cut all of my circles on the table saw. Just google it.
When ever I need some bearings, I go to goodwill and buy a pair of rollerblades $5-$10 gives you 16 bearings. Also a good source for wheels.