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Location: Sacraemto, California

I am a retired attorney, now living in a Sacramento, California. It was a recent move and I had to move my shop for the second time. I took the two car garage for my shop and was able to design it to fit my needs based on my experience at my two previous shops. I made the best dust collection system I could. Large pipes, high horsepower collector, and automatic gates. I splurged on a Saw Stop and a Festool Kapex. I have been busy making things for the new house (house is not new, just new to us). I have made a lot of different things. I'm not the most skilled woodworker, but I have a good eye for design so that makes up for my lack of fine detail.

-- Nick, now in the heat of Sacramento

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69 posts in 1817 days

#1 posted 06-03-2021 10:15 PM

I recently purchased a bunch of the bessey F style clutch clamps. The protective caps keep falling off. Anybody have a fix for that

-- Nick, now in the heat of Sacramento

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