Rare earth magnets come in handy for all sorts of jobs, a couple of screws
washers depending on the place it's going to.
A nice job on the vent cover looks good
On Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 2:06:59 PM UTC+1, Dexter Bland wrote:
> I like the idea of the v-grove bit and it is not too late to do that. I'll
> ask the homeowner about how to hold the cover on. However attached,
> it needs to be removable.
> Thanks for the suggestions.
> On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 10:46:05 PM UTC-5, Va Oak wrote:
>> Very well done. GREAT job. Thanks for sharing.
>> If you make another, give thought to flipping the board over and running
>> a 60 degree V-groove bit down the centerline of each slot/vent opening.
>> That will allow for a bit better airflow through the slots and reduce
>> backpressure in the ducting.
>> How are you securing it over the opening in the toe kick board? Rather
>> than marring your beautiful work with screws, try either 3M Command Strips
>> (pick one with only a few pounds of pull) or a strip of "hook & loop"
>> (Velcro®) at each end.
>> Just my 2 cent's worth.
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