• Re: Drywall on the Table Saw

    From Darthnips@21:1/5 to All on Wed Feb 8 00:45:03 2023
    Right anytime your cutting drywall or messing with anything dusty you should be wearing a nice Filter mask to keep the dust out of your lungs an nose. But I would suggest cutting it with a table saw bagging it all up in a ziplock bag an then splash a
    little on your nose an get in your car a speed up an down the Main Street in your town with your head out the window ufo ufo. Then when you get pulled over offer the officer a nice line hahaha jk jk. Ya don’t use a table saw like the one person said
    you will screw your saw up. Hopefully I made it to the party in time an the comments still ongoing pun ended

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  • From John Grossbohlin@21:1/5 to Darthnips on Tue Feb 7 18:20:49 2023
    On Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 7:45:08 PM UTC-5, Darthnips wrote:
    Right anytime your cutting drywall or messing with anything dusty you should be wearing a nice Filter mask to keep the dust out of your lungs an nose. But I would suggest cutting it with a table saw bagging it all up in a ziplock bag an then splash a
    little on your nose an get in your car a speed up an down the Main Street in your town with your head out the window ufo ufo. Then when you get pulled over offer the officer a nice line hahaha jk jk. Ya don’t use a table saw like the one person said
    you will screw your saw up. Hopefully I made it to the party in time an the comments still ongoing pun ended

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    For full context, visit https://www.homeownershub.com/woodworking/drywall-on-the-table-saw-239438-.htm

    It's no better an idea now than it was in 2004...

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  • From Michael@21:1/5 to gros...@gmail.com on Tue Feb 7 18:24:42 2023
    On Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 8:20:53 PM UTC-6, gros...@gmail.com wrote:
    On Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 7:45:08 PM UTC-5, Darthnips wrote:
    Right anytime your cutting drywall or messing with anything dusty you should be wearing a nice Filter mask to keep the dust out of your lungs an nose. But I would suggest cutting it with a table saw bagging it all up in a ziplock bag an then splash a
    little on your nose an get in your car a speed up an down the Main Street in your town with your head out the window ufo ufo. Then when you get pulled over offer the officer a nice line hahaha jk jk. Ya don’t use a table saw like the one person said
    you will screw your saw up. Hopefully I made it to the party in time an the comments still ongoing pun ended

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    For full context, visit https://www.homeownershub.com/woodworking/drywall-on-the-table-saw-239438-.htm
    It's no better an idea now than it was in 2004...

    Ha ha.

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  • From Markem618@21:1/5 to a1ac6d957ab5bf77875da055e66123e7@ex on Tue Feb 7 21:55:17 2023
    On Wed, 08 Feb 2023 00:45:03 +0000, Darthnips <a1ac6d957ab5bf77875da055e66123e7@example.com> wrote:

    Hopefully I made it to the party in time an the comments still ongoing pun ended

    Nope eighteen years to late, but new ones may come up now.

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  • From DerbyDad03@21:1/5 to John Grossbohlin on Wed Feb 8 14:09:01 2023
    On Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 9:20:53 PM UTC-5, John Grossbohlin wrote:
    On Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 7:45:08 PM UTC-5, Darthnips wrote:
    Right anytime your cutting drywall or messing with anything dusty you should be wearing a nice Filter mask to keep the dust out of your lungs an nose. But I would suggest cutting it with a table saw bagging it all up in a ziplock bag an then splash a
    little on your nose an get in your car a speed up an down the Main Street in your town with your head out the window ufo ufo. Then when you get pulled over offer the officer a nice line hahaha jk jk. Ya don’t use a table saw like the one person said
    you will screw your saw up. Hopefully I made it to the party in time an the comments still ongoing pun ended

    --
    For full context, visit https://www.homeownershub.com/woodworking/drywall-on-the-table-saw-239438-.htm
    It's no better an idea now than it was in 2004...

    The only time I use my table saw to cut drywall is when I need to cut an opening for
    a receptacle, switch, light fixture, etc.

    I try to do that early in the day, when I'm fresh. After a hard day's work, I sometimes have
    trouble holding the table saw level. Ceilings aren't so bad, but holding it up against the wall
    gets tiring.

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  • From Markem618@21:1/5 to teamarrows@eznet.net on Wed Feb 8 16:12:29 2023
    On Wed, 8 Feb 2023 14:09:01 -0800 (PST), DerbyDad03
    <teamarrows@eznet.net> wrote:

    On Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 9:20:53 PM UTC-5, John Grossbohlin wrote:
    On Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 7:45:08 PM UTC-5, Darthnips wrote:
    Right anytime your cutting drywall or messing with anything dusty you should be wearing a nice Filter mask to keep the dust out of your lungs an nose. But I would suggest cutting it with a table saw bagging it all up in a ziplock bag an then splash
    a little on your nose an get in your car a speed up an down the Main Street in your town with your head out the window ufo ufo. Then when you get pulled over offer the officer a nice line hahaha jk jk. Ya dont use a table saw like the one person said
    you will screw your saw up. Hopefully I made it to the party in time an the comments still ongoing pun ended

    --
    For full context, visit https://www.homeownershub.com/woodworking/drywall-on-the-table-saw-239438-.htm
    It's no better an idea now than it was in 2004...

    The only time I use my table saw to cut drywall is when I need to cut an opening for
    a receptacle, switch, light fixture, etc.

    I try to do that early in the day, when I'm fresh. After a hard day's work, I sometimes have
    trouble holding the table saw level. Ceilings aren't so bad, but holding it up against the wall
    gets tiring.

    That Gamma radiation treatment worked huh?

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  • From John Grossbohlin@21:1/5 to All on Wed Feb 8 17:29:38 2023
    On Wednesday, February 8, 2023 at 5:09:04 PM UTC-5, DerbyDad03 wrote:
    On Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 9:20:53 PM UTC-5, John Grossbohlin wrote:
    On Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 7:45:08 PM UTC-5, Darthnips wrote:
    Right anytime your cutting drywall or messing with anything dusty you should be wearing a nice Filter mask to keep the dust out of your lungs an nose. But I would suggest cutting it with a table saw bagging it all up in a ziplock bag an then splash
    a little on your nose an get in your car a speed up an down the Main Street in your town with your head out the window ufo ufo. Then when you get pulled over offer the officer a nice line hahaha jk jk. Ya don’t use a table saw like the one person said
    you will screw your saw up. Hopefully I made it to the party in time an the comments still ongoing pun ended

    --
    For full context, visit https://www.homeownershub.com/woodworking/drywall-on-the-table-saw-239438-.htm
    It's no better an idea now than it was in 2004...
    The only time I use my table saw to cut drywall is when I need to cut an opening for
    a receptacle, switch, light fixture, etc.

    I try to do that early in the day, when I'm fresh. After a hard day's work, I sometimes have
    trouble holding the table saw level. Ceilings aren't so bad, but holding it up against the wall
    gets tiring.

    I seem to recall a Fine Homebuilding article where they had plans for a fixture to hold a bench top table saw for such uses... counter balanced to take the load off.

    Just remember to let it fall if you loose your grip. Back in the '60s my father was a tool and die maker. One of his coworkers came in one morning with his hand all bandaged up and sans some fingers. His bench top table saw wasn't clamped down and fell
    off the bench while he was cutting. He tried to catch it.

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  • From knuttle@21:1/5 to All on Wed Feb 8 22:14:44 2023
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  • From DerbyDad03@21:1/5 to knuttle on Wed Feb 8 19:42:19 2023
    On Wednesday, February 8, 2023 at 10:14:50 PM UTC-5, knuttle wrote:
    On 2/8/2023 5:09 PM, DerbyDad03 wrote:
    On Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 9:20:53 PM UTC-5, John Grossbohlin wrote:
    On Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 7:45:08 PM UTC-5, Darthnips wrote:
    Right anytime your cutting drywall or messing with anything dusty you should be wearing a nice Filter mask to keep the dust out of your lungs an nose. But I would suggest cutting it with a table saw bagging it all up in a ziplock bag an then splash
    a little on your nose an get in your car a speed up an down the Main Street in your town with your head out the window ufo ufo. Then when you get pulled over offer the officer a nice line hahaha jk jk. Ya don’t use a table saw like the one person said
    you will screw your saw up. Hopefully I made it to the party in time an the comments still ongoing pun ended

    --
    For full context, visit https://www.homeownershub.com/woodworking/drywall-on-the-table-saw-239438-.htm
    It's no better an idea now than it was in 2004...

    The only time I use my table saw to cut drywall is when I need to cut an opening for
    a receptacle, switch, light fixture, etc.

    I try to do that early in the day, when I'm fresh. After a hard day's work, I sometimes have
    trouble holding the table saw level. Ceilings aren't so bad, but holding it up against the wall
    gets tiring.
    I agree with the above, but personally I use a sharp knife, score the surface of the dry wall, break, and cut. Significantly less dust. For receptacles, light fixtures, I use a spiral bit in my dremmell rotary tool

    I soak the drywall with a garden hose before I cut it. Much less dust.

    (If we had pasta for dinner, I save water by using what's in the pot.)

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  • From Bill@21:1/5 to All on Thu Feb 9 13:27:33 2023
    On 2/8/2023 5:09 PM, DerbyDad03 wrote:
    On Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 9:20:53 PM UTC-5, John Grossbohlin wrote:
    On Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 7:45:08 PM UTC-5, Darthnips wrote:
    Right anytime your cutting drywall or messing with anything dusty you should be wearing a nice Filter mask to keep the dust out of your lungs an nose. But I would suggest cutting it with a table saw bagging it all up in a ziplock bag an then splash a
    little on your nose an get in your car a speed up an down the Main Street in your town with your head out the window ufo ufo. Then when you get pulled over offer the officer a nice line hahaha jk jk. Ya don’t use a table saw like the one person said
    you will screw your saw up. Hopefully I made it to the party in time an the comments still ongoing pun ended

    --
    For full context, visit https://www.homeownershub.com/woodworking/drywall-on-the-table-saw-239438-.htm
    It's no better an idea now than it was in 2004...

    The only time I use my table saw to cut drywall is when I need to cut an opening for
    a receptacle, switch, light fixture, etc.

    I try to do that early in the day, when I'm fresh. After a hard day's work, I sometimes have
    trouble holding the table saw level. Ceilings aren't so bad, but holding it up against the wall
    gets tiring.

    Thanks! That was the first laugh I've had all day! : )

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