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PostPosted: Mon Jan 08, 2007 8:23 am 
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All the t-nuts are nicely pressed into the board.

I ended up using a 9/32" drill bit which gives a .281" hole, still a press fit for the .291 t-nuts but loose enough that I didn't think I would destroy the wood.

I ended up using a shop arbor press to push the t-nuts into the base of the board. I ended up having more control than using a hammer. Using a clamp is a great idea (basically the same principle) and I would have used that if I didn't have access to the shop at work.
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