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will the mitered and doweled joints be strong enough to last decades? I don't know much about woodwork but it doesn't seem like a terribly strong joint to me. If it is strong/durable enough, that's great because it seems much easier than more complex joinery.
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When you say "breadboard" I assume you are talking about the tabletop boards at the ends, that run crosswise, is that right? Are you worried at all about the strength of them, cantilevered out there unsupported? I haven't done anything like that before, and they may very well be just fine, i'm not sure how strong that kind of connection is, that's why i'm asking.Also, is the pocket screw and glue assembly style, sufficient to avoid any problems with the wood moving with changes in humidity, etc?Thanks!
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Hi, I'm not sure i understand what the purpose of the guides is or how they are used. A video of them in use might be very helpful, or even just a sequence of photos showing the saw in process of cutting using the guides.
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