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I don't consider myself to be a phenom of a developer by any means, but I am a talented problem solver who knows a few things about code and computers. I'm also pretty good at pretending I know what I'm talking about.

I'm also a fan of travel, electrical/computer engineering, Christianity and other religions, general science and mathematics, tinkering, fixing anything that breaks... Pretty much, I enjoy anything that involves learning and advancing my knowledge of science and culture.

Twitter: BrosephRoseph


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comment Cutting a Custom Threshold: Best Tool for the Job?
Yes, the cuts shown in my rough mock-up are just the beginning. I fully intend to sand it a lot to finish it off, including sanding off the point in the sketch. I'm basically going for a modified version of the image you've shown, but without the 1" drop on the side. That's the whole point of the long slope in my design. In any case, it looks like I might be stuck doing a pass from each side with a table saw, which I was hoping to avoid.
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comment Cutting a Custom Threshold: Best Tool for the Job?
Link posted. Thanks, Niall C.
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