Well, was in the midst of making a new saw sled, then found out my
little saw wasn't keeping its alignment. It still cuts well enough, but
winds up with about a 1/4" kerf, instead of 1/8". Not really willing to
spend money on a new saw at this time, so will probably just make a disc
sander o ut of it. In the meantime I figure I can get along just fine
with a circular saw and straightedge.
However, getting to the warm fuzzy part, I made a trip to the big
city yesterday and latched onto a 10" compound miter saw and a hand belt
sander. Not top of the line, but decent enough I figure they'll both
last me a long time. Now, having the belt sander, along with my hand
power planer, and my chainsaw, means I'm all set for precision
Coulda got along without the miter saw, but been wanting one, got a
good price on it, and with my saw problem, decided what the Hell.
Anyway, I'll be going into a semi-production mode for awhile, and it'll
really help speed up the process - once I make a few mods that is.
The best part of making a gift to yourself is, you get just what
you wanted. Life is basically good.
I do not have the huge amount of faith needed to be an Atheist.