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post #61 of 68 Old 04-30-2019, 05:00 PM Thread Starter
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This post is starting to get comical. The methods and ideas have been handed to him. I say just do it.
LOL, I did!
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post #62 of 68 Old 04-30-2019, 05:42 PM
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That's waht I said ....a few months ago?

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Mystery solved! My cheap bosch jigsaw with a bosch 9" blade cut right through a scrap of rough-cut 4x6 timber. It didn't drift more than 1/16th top to bottom. Ordered a roundnose bit from Home Depot, will update with photos of the process as soon as I have a chance to buy a real 6x6.
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LOL, I did!

Nobody goes actually back and reads these replies.
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The answer to your question will only be as detailed and specific as the question is detailed and specific. Good questions also include a sketch or a photo that illustrates your issue. (:< D)
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I'm sorry. I missed what you were saying. Could you repeat it? Please?

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post #64 of 68 Old 05-06-2019, 04:14 PM
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This is how I cut these things. Pretty hi tech....

How to cut these post details?-img_2062.jpg

Created a quick pattern. Cardboard.
Draw it onto all four surfaces. Just flip it for each edge.
The last cut you have to trace your pattern onto the last cut edge.
No biggie.

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Your cut is that same as mine, except convex on top.
These are 4' posts. Just need enough room to swing around
the area where your saw is situated.
Does not interfere with the saw frame at all.

How to cut these post details?-img_2068.jpg

Took me about 20min to cut these out.
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A coping saw and a rasp would've gotten it done faster than it would take to read and understand all the posts.
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A coping saw and a rasp would've gotten it done faster than it would take to read and understand all the posts.
Yes, but there is a certain element here that needs to entertained, however it is good to see a legitimate post by someone that has BTDT.
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Yes, but there is a certain element here that needs to entertained, however it is good to see a legitimate post by someone that has BTDT.
Frank, did you take your meds today?
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Frank, did you take your meds today?
Have you actually followed this thread or are you just looking for brownie points from the peanut gallery?

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