Personally I try to avoid these solutions at all coists, dont always succeed, but quite honestly dont think showing off these solutions is something that should be done. Many people look to the internet and the magazines for knowledge, and by showing off these methods youre unavoidably teaching someone wrong which leads to abuse of tools and in some cases, dangerous situations. Im one of the younger members here at 27, but was taught properly how to operate machine tools, and not to abuse them. I cringe whenever I hear of someone using a shop press, rubber mallet, or other excessive amount of force to seat a taper, using a file to "fix" a bedway, or some other sillyness. That being said, theyre your tools. Do what you want with them, but dont show these methods off, or you may find your children using that same method in a slightly more destructive manner one day.
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