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I built a ton of cabinets for my home. I sprayed ka+ surfacer on the backs, bottoms and sides that mate with the other cabinets and installed most of them. I did this because I am a one man show and have not done a project this big and didnt want to have to respray dings and scratches.

My question is would it be best to attach all the trim and crown first then surface, sand caulk ect. or surface all all crown and MDF trim individually then attach it sand it and then caulk ect. ?

Tom answered my other questions and I am not sure if he got my last message. Any help here would be much appreciated. Thanks.


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I just wanted to quickly put an update in the thread.

I have to say, the last weeks I have really felt the Festool-Love again.
It is just so great how the stuff works together and how good it is on the road.

I am just quickly building a wooden horse for my niece (6). I was not able to finish this at home, due to timing constraints.
So I packed a bunch of Systainers and some additionale into the car and have now setup shop in my girlfriends attic.
Took 15mins to get productive.

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General Friendly Chat / Re: What happened to Half-Inch shy?
« Last post by ben_r_ on Yesterday at 01:12 PM »

I thought it was a joke that he was interested in circus acrobatics.

Must stop assuming.

Brian
Ha! Yea so did I! That's pretty random.
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Classifieds / Re: FS: (US) Micro Fence Circle Jig for Festool OF 1400
« Last post by ben_r_ on Yesterday at 01:08 PM »
Bump. Any offers?
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General Friendly Chat / Re: What happened to Half-Inch shy?
« Last post by Brian Livingstone on Yesterday at 12:24 PM »

I thought it was a joke that he was interested in circus acrobatics.

Must stop assuming.

Brian
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Home Improvement & Other Projects / Re: Deck guard rail - mortise and tenon
« Last post by Cheese on Yesterday at 12:22 PM »
...but it's pretty darn cool making it and putting it all together.


I'd believe that...a pretty good feeling.  [big grin]  It looks real nice.

Is there a reason you didn't just use a #10 or #12 Sipo Domino in each end of the picket and also in the rails?
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Member Projects / Re: Heavy Duty Iroko Gates
« Last post by Cheese on Yesterday at 12:05 PM »

I love good metalwork and it pains me walking around Exeter and London and seeing where all the beautiful metalwork was cut from buildings to make bombs and bullets to fight the germans in ww2.

Its ok they recycled the bombs back into Festools
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Funny... [not worthy]
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Sales & Dealer Area / Re: Boat Building with Domino Connectors
« Last post by toolfest.co.uk on Yesterday at 11:53 AM »
That doesn't look like a sound choice for a seaworthy boat, unless their goal is to advertise/test Domino Connectors.

There is no involvement from ourselves or Festool, just noticed it when they started setting out in the yard. They are experienced, I have confidence in their abilities, needless to say I won't be volunteering to crew the maiden voyage. ;-)
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Sales & Dealer Area / Re: Boat Building with Domino Connectors
« Last post by Svar on Yesterday at 11:48 AM »
That doesn't look like a sound choice for a seaworthy boat, unless their goal is to advertise/test Domino Connectors.
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Sales & Dealer Area / Boat Building with Domino Connectors
« Last post by toolfest.co.uk on Yesterday at 11:35 AM »
Good Afternoon

Our next door neighbours are a joinery shop and they've embarked upon a project to build a sail powered boat in line with a cornish fishing boat design to eventually cross the English Channel.

I was curious to see they were using Domino connectors in construction so took a couple of pics.

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As it develops, I'll keep you posted.

Warren
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