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Take a look at how wood is used to make load-bearing spans in any construction. For static loads, the idea is to transfer the loads to the floor, and thence to the ground, with minimal deflection (under normal loads) and without danger of sudden catastrophic failure. There are three main ways of achieving this: Use dimensions large enough to resist ...


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I'm not sure this would be worth the time, even if you found a way to do it. A reciprocating blade doesn't like doing partial cuts. You will break blades like crazy even if you could find a way to get the cut started. Jigsaws aren't as eager to mangle the meat of unwary operators as other power tools, but you will still be hanging on for dear life for ...


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What I've done is followed as above. Use it until it's at that point where it's useless. Then I've tipped it into land/sand/bushes etc. The land will filter it. Of course some substances, paint particles etc, left behind will have no negative effect on its surrounding. Maybe once they're dried up dispose of them. If tipped into a bin or sink, would have a ...


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