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  1. You could paint the sides. Here is the link Here is a pdf that is more towards what you want too do anyway http://myfreefilehosting.com/f/7f3284c696_3.24MB
  2. 6'4" all my tables are 38" - 38 1/2". It works very well for a standing height and for the bar stools I use.
  3. Good dry sand is self compacting he might be ok. But as he said lead would be a better. You could use some small lead shot pellets.
  4. You don't need much current or amps. I use a modded computer power supply at 12v it works fine. With the small of a current and amps I can stick my hands in find. Just make sure you don't have any open cuts. :)
  5. no he said pick up and you can have it didnt say how far it would have had to move :)
  6. If you are going threw the trouble and expense to have it machined. I would at least put some hard facing welding rod on the face. P.S how much was the paper weight?
  7. You could get some 1/4-20 machine bolts with a counter sunk head. Drill and counter sink the holes the threw bolt the steel top too the wood. You could even drill the holes in the wood to say a 3/8 size and use a 1/4" fender washer to a allow for expansion and contraction.
  8. I personally would pick it up and get it for free
  9. Since the holes are square use a carriage bolt :)
  10. I used this to clean up a 75 lb columbian vise. http://www.instructables.com/id/Electrolytic-Rust-Removal-aka-Magic/
  11. I use a carbide tipped scribe, then use hit it with the soapstone.
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