There’s a saying with woodworkers and carpenters, “Measure twice and cut once.” For those who haven’t cut lumber before, it’s a simple principle. When cutting a piece of wood for any project, you should always measure the potential cut twice (with an accurate measuring device) such as a tape measure, and then with the right tools, make a single cut. Over the course of a project, this saves time, valuable resources and materials, and limits the number of project do-overs. To view this complete post, hit the following link.
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