board using store-bought "L" screws on the back edge. Three things to watch: 1) "L" screw fits the peg-board; 2) horizontal spacing of the screws is exactly the same as the spacing of the holes; 3) top half of the back edge of your hang-up is chamfered.
MYRON S. LEVY Gold Hill. OR
When cutting tenons on the table-saw, vou often need to move the
' «r fence just a hair to adjust the thickness of the tenon. Instead of trying to adjust the fence in such tiny increments, I apply layers of tape to the side of my tenoning jig where it bears against the fence. Masking tape works well for a fairly thick shim, and mylar packing tape works as a very thin shim.
I protect dowels and threaded rod from vise jaws bv slipping them into a piece of discarded garden hose before clamping them in the vise. Rubber automotive heater hose works for larger diameters.
W. J. morrison Northport. NY
When laminating curved surfaces, I use 1-in. or 2-in. thick stvrofoam as clamp pads. The pads form to the radius of the curved surface, resulting in even clamp pressure.
brian j. o'connor Wolverine, Ml
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