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    I can't give you a weight comparison John. I...

    I can't give you a weight comparison John. I don't have a scale so hence no weights.
    But I'll bet it is the finnish chems that are applied that truly drive wight. Dress lining is pretty light. I...
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    Thanks Anthony

    Thanks Anthony
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    Hi John M. I done that exact same thing. The...

    Hi John M.
    I done that exact same thing. The bird in my avatar is covered with !00% polyester dress lining fabric like what you just proposed. It has limited heat shrink ability. The ladies would...
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    That should work a charm. I have used a good...

    That should work a charm. I have used a good number of times. Strong is an understatement, if used correctly in the right application. This sounds like that.

    Ken
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    It is a very noticeable feature. I'd go lost...

    It is a very noticeable feature. I'd go lost foam. Even if it takes you a few tries, to get the fit correct. An hollow glass molding gives you the most room, An will stand up to the abuse it will...
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    Looks real fine. Those strings are to fall in...

    Looks real fine. Those strings are to fall in love with Steve. Yeah forget about sanding to a level plane when using CA, ain't gonna happen!.
    If you are going to make a glass part, ya can use blue,...
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    Well said Steve Way better job than I have ever...

    Well said Steve
    Way better job than I have ever achieved,

    Ken
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    That looks good Steve. I ain't non to partial to...

    That looks good Steve.
    I ain't non to partial to sanding myself. But there are those who love it, but then they are a little off in the head.

    Ken
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    Wll go put on a Santa suite, add padding as...

    Wll go put on a Santa suite, add padding as needed and get all the glory

    Ken
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    Good reply Tom, Good one Ken

    Good reply Tom, Good one

    Ken
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    Did I miss the part where you installed de-icer...

    Did I miss the part where you installed de-icer boots on the wing?:confused:
    :cool:
    Ken
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    An airplane building machine. I need his clone ...

    An airplane building machine. I need his clone


    Ken
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    Maybe it is a good thing that they are PAST TENSE...

    Maybe it is a good thing that they are PAST TENSE uh Dave?

    Ken
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    Looks mighty fine indeed Ken

    Looks mighty fine indeed

    Ken
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    When doing stick fuse I often make jig for disk...

    When doing stick fuse I often make jig for disk sander to set angles. Mighty fine fits by repeatedly taking just a tiny hair more.

    By the way, hows the family and the new house? Still cranking out...
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    Yep that is about what mine cuts. I keep thinking...

    Yep that is about what mine cuts. I keep thinking I want to get build a miter sled for mine

    Ken
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    Well heck Robert. Whatcha want for free? haha ...

    Well heck Robert. Whatcha want for free? haha

    Ken
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    I have a really old no longer made Dremel 4"...

    I have a really old no longer made Dremel 4" table saw. I still have the oem fence and miter. Don't know why as they extremly bad junk. But I do like you do. I can get new aftermarket parts for it,...
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    Steve ]you mentioned a" fire up the micro table...

    Steve ]you mentioned a" fire up the micro table saw". I think you said it before, But I just can.t remember. What are useing?

    Ken
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    Zor this site had something wrong, it was not...

    Zor this site had something wrong, it was not just you. "Well it happens to the best of 'em" as the saying goes.

    Rock n rolling now.

    Well off to chow, replace a garbage disposal, KILL MORE...
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    Hey that is double glueing. Ya glued it twice. ...

    Hey that is double glueing. Ya glued it twice.

    What I was refering to is applying thinned TB and letting it almost dry, like 90% then coming back with normal TB. One heck of a bond.

    Ken
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    Still some of those little jobs can consume the...

    Still some of those little jobs can consume the time. And there are a lot of little jobs. I know you are still a working stiff, with lots of hours, a family. And a new place has a honey do list that...
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    Well you actually did a lot there Steve. All...

    Well you actually did a lot there Steve. All those time consuming little chores, that have to be done, period

    Wish I could say I had made some progress on something, anything at all. But no.

    Ken
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    I also use a lot of Titebond in my builds. But I...

    I also use a lot of Titebond in my builds. But I use jigs, pins clamps. whatever works at that time and place. Just to make the process of assembling with Titebond take even longer, I now use the...
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    Pm sent Robert Ken

    Pm sent Robert

    Ken
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