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Old 01-02-2014, 11:59 AM   #1961
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...yep, he was referring to the hand-held kind, while i was thinking of the desktop type as you have shown... i'm not experienced /w these machines, but i'm assuming i'd still have to first get one face flat (including removing twist), and then it would have taken a lot of passes to get the opposing face co-planar... there was quite a bit of twist and thickness variations across these slabs... and then, i still would've had to joint the edges flat/square and parallel by hand, no?

Yes , if you are trying to joint a board , you would have to true one face first before using the thickness planer

The electric hand plane just gives you the ability to quickly remove the bulk of the material
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Old 01-02-2014, 12:14 PM   #1962
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Yes , if you are trying to joint a board , you would have to true one face first before using the thickness planer

The electric hand plane just gives you the ability to quickly remove the bulk of the material
got it... the power tool would've helped w/ the rough dimensioning (...i.e. in place of my scrub plane conversion)... my biggest concern was getting the edges jointed and straight because i'm going to glue the slabs together edge-wise... then, i'll have to re-flatten at least one (the top) of the faces...
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Old 01-02-2014, 12:17 PM   #1963
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Yes , if you are trying to joint a board , you would have to true one face first before using the thickness planer

The electric hand plane just gives you the ability to quickly remove the bulk of the material
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Old 01-03-2014, 02:49 PM   #1964
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Got all the drywall and hardibacker hung. Time to tape and mud the seams, as well as screw in some corner bead and make it all look nice and pretty. This project is taking forever and I can't wait to at least get the vanity and toilet installed. Going to aim for paint this weekend so I can tile the floor next week to get those fixtures in there.


Should I put a little piece of hardibacker next to the tub near the floor and tile that area, or use drywall and paint it?

I always run my concrete board/ hardi board over that lip (the one on top of the tub). I normally fur out the walls with 1/4" material and have also carved out board. I feel it give one more level of protection that the water will not get behind the wall. I have seen it done that way but I think they build it out with some sort of hydraulic cement.
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Old 01-03-2014, 10:41 PM   #1965
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I always run my concrete board/ hardi board over that lip (the one on top of the tub). I normally fur out the walls with 1/4" material and have also carved out board. I feel it give one more level of protection that the water will not get behind the wall. I have seen it done that way but I think they build it out with some sort of hydraulic cement.

It's not supposed to go over the tub flange


" 3. Attachment
Place a 1/4" spacer strip or shim around lip of tub or shower pan to hold bottom edge of cement board off lip. "

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Old 01-04-2014, 12:23 PM   #1966
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Old 01-04-2014, 01:48 PM   #1967
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Nice Pete

what's the square in the front rt corner (next to the tape measure) for? My dad had one, just don't know what it's "main purpose" is
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Old 01-04-2014, 02:09 PM   #1968
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Nice Pete

what's the square in the front rt corner (next to the tape measure) for? My dad had one, just don't know what it's "main purpose" is
For marking straight square marks on things, such as wood, but can be used on any material. Very similar to the other one on the left, just doesn't have the 45 degree capability or the little level bubble and isn't adjustable
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Old 01-04-2014, 02:31 PM   #1969
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Nice Pete

what's the square in the front rt corner (next to the tape measure) for? My dad had one, just don't know what it's "main purpose" is

I use it mainly to set tools up for square cuts
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I use it mainly to set tools up for square cuts
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Old 01-04-2014, 03:22 PM   #1971
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Old 01-04-2014, 05:14 PM   #1972
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Old 01-04-2014, 05:15 PM   #1973
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Like table saws , chop saws , biscuit joiner , anything with a tilting fence or blade
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Old 01-04-2014, 05:38 PM   #1974
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Yeah, I know what your were referring to. I always just thought they were really nice squares for fine cabinetry wood workers.

I always use a speed square for saws and such.
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Old 01-04-2014, 05:45 PM   #1975
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Yeah, I know what your were referring to. I always just thought they were really nice squares for fine cabinetry wood workers.

I always use a speed square for saws and such.

I use that square for joinery sometimes too
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It's not supposed to go over the tub flange


" 3. Attachment
Place a 1/4" spacer strip or shim around lip of tub or shower pan to hold bottom edge of cement board off lip. "

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All I get from that ....was I could run it down to the tub...and, I am still ok. Why fill it if you run it down?
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All I get from that ....was I could run it down to the tub...and, I am still ok. Why fill it if you run it down?

You said you run yours over the flange , that's incorrect
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You said you run yours over the flange , that's incorrect
If you fill it anyway...what's the difference?
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Old 01-04-2014, 07:40 PM   #1979
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If you fill it anyway...what's the difference?

The tub attaches to the framing , the substrate attaches to the framing , they are in plane with each other , going over the tub flange creates a bulge or an extremely thin area
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The tub attaches to the framing , the substrate attaches to the framing , they are in plane with each other , going over the tub flange creates a bulge or an extremely thin area
Not if you carve out the backside
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