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  24. Is there a straight edge on the board anywhere? All you need is one straight edge and a right angle to make three more straight edges. If there's no straight edge on the board, get out a tape measure and start creating lines by measuring an equi-distant square or whatever. You can skin that cat a bunch of different ways. Look into the method for finding the center line of a roll-up garage door opening in, say, an auto shop. you measure a distance ( it's arbitrary. Say 3 meters, 1 meter, 1kilometer. it doesn't matter) from one corner of the door opening and mark an arch with the tape and a marker by holding the market at a defined location on the tape and moving the tape in an arc while another person keeps the tape affixed to the door-opening-corner. Move to the other corner of the door opening and mark the same arc at the same distance. Find the center of your door opening. Strike a line from the center of the door opening to the spot where the two arcs you made with the marker intersect. This gives you a straight line down the center of your door opening. This makes a 90 degree angle where the center line meets the door-opening-width. Once you have that right angle everything is based off that. I know you're not trying to find center of a door opening, but the idea is all the same. You're just creating a true right angle reference point. Or just go buy a straight board. Or get a chalk line, snap your line and cut down it.
  25. @blackpoolbouncer I've got 2 packets if his jack f8 or f9 can't remember . What did yours turn out like?
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