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Forum topic by Bo45 posted 05-31-2020 02:42 AM 241 views 0 times favorited 3 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Bo45

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05-31-2020 02:42 AM

I am just now getting around to building a set of the shopdog sawhorses. I noted the bolt hole on inside leg pattern is lower than the bolt hole on the outside leg patter. Is this intentional or a mistake by my printer. I am having a hard time getting the legs to work right. So I didn’t know if this is the problem or something else. Has anyone else noticed this difference? Is it intentional for a purpose? Any help appreciated.

-- Bo45


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#1 posted 05-31-2020 03:39 AM

Not sure, but the guy that designed them used to be active on here. Maybe try getting a hold of him.

https://www.lumberjocks.com/Canexican

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#2 posted 05-31-2020 11:33 AM

Bo ~ check other places for a pattern. from what I see, the holes should be identical.
there is a great Step-by-Step article here.
there are several good examples on the net if you google “ShopDog Sawhorse”
so you can compare other plans to what you have.
this is also one of my GetaRoundTuit projects.

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#3 posted 05-31-2020 01:38 PM

Thanks for the responses. They have been very helpful and I am very grateful.

-- Bo45

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