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    Well Saturday after things warmed up just a bit we got busy with Epoxy after taking to the various resin lines and chip out etc with the dremel to give the epoxy plenty of area.

    Even warming the epoxy up wasn't doing a lot of good so out came the heatgun like the do with river pours to raise the bubbles, this really worked to especially on the thin cracks and joints.

    Didn't think to grab any photos last night as it just got too cold.

    I spent most of today thicknessing the spare timber lying around and cleaning up before i took to the bench again with the sanders

    End result tonight was

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    Slightly related to the bench build I actually got a near zero clearance insert made for the Tablesaw.

    4mm Aluminium sheet is perfect thickness for the Harvey insert. Cut the riving knife section on the mill with a 4mm bit and then ran it down the entire slot so i have around 0.4mm gap each side of the blade
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    The only issue at the moment is it's free floating without the hook on the back, need to mill up a hook for it.

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    Sort of after the above post I ended up with the top surface covered with bits and pieces... and we fast forward 8 weeks...

    The intervening time has seen condensation drips occurring due to the cold of winter so with a bit of lets play bench tetris I took the sander to the bench again to remove the drip staining and drowned the top in a mix of Boiled Linseed/Turps/Beeswax... ratios unknown

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    Still got under bench cabinets to build and a vice to mount.

    The purple/white grid at the bottom is the base grid for my draws to hold part bins in place... it's being pressed into duty holding stuff above the oiled bench top on the left hand end.

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