Okay guys, Where do I find this item? Twenty years ago,my brother-in-law in Florida gave me a washer that is the size of a quarter with a detented hole in the center to accept #6 drywall screw . It is somewhat cup-shaped with a series of holes around the center hole. The purpose of this device is to suck up sagging plaster in old ceilings. (Screw through the washer into the redwood lath or buttonboard and into the joist or rafter.) I can’t find them anywhere. I have shown this device(I keep it on my keychain) to probably 500 carpenters, remodelers, drywallers and suppliers all over So.Cal. over the last 20 years and NO ONE has a clue as to where to buy them. Win the prize, be my bud and tell me where I can get some.
The Van Mark Trim-A-Table TAT60 works with both right- and left-hand saws and does not require the saw to be attached to a special plate that slides in the rail guides.
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