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    Bryan Hall

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    Thread Starter: Bryan Hall

    Disclaimer: I want to be up front with the fact that this is going to be a less than favorable view on Sawstop. However, my intent is not to go ranting on the forums about Sawstop being a terrible company. I have a very significant issue with my brand new saw, and I'm sharing this mainly due to...

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    Larry Frank

    Dust Bin Sensor Completed

    Thread Starter: Larry Frank

    After reading all of the fine work by several members, I decided that I wanted to add the dust bin sensor to my Oneida Super Dust Gorilla. I ordered most of the parts on eBay. The sensor was $3.79, the delay relay board was $4.95 and the 12 V power supply was $9.99. I used some LED trailer...

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    derek labian

    Advice on sagging Jointer table (MM FS41ES)

    Thread Starter: derek labian

    I have a sagging jointer in-feed table table that is producing concave joints (cup in the middle). This is a new MM FS41ES so this has been happening since production. Since I assumed it was factory adjusted, I thought it was my technic but its clear now its the in-feed table. Just incase anyone is...

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    derek labian

    Mitutoyo Dial Indicators Recommenation

    Thread Starter: derek labian

    I currently have a digital dial indicator with resolution of .001. I was thinking about going to an analog and a better indicator. Batteries are always dying and analog just seems easier to use. I was looking at the Mitutoyo indicators. My application will be jointer/shaper tooling setup...

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    Jerry Olexa

    Best sealer/protection for Workbench top

    Thread Starter: Jerry Olexa

    I know there are many opinions on this but..... I'm in process of flattening my workbench top ...I've heard many opinions on the best top coat for this from oil, wax, mixtures, BLO, wax only etc etc... What is YOUR opinion on the best way to protect, seal, finish, preserve wooden WORKBENCH...

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    Dave Cav

    Fritz & Franz jig vs parallel positioner?

    Thread Starter: Dave Cav

    Or is this apples and oranges? I'm getting used to my new slider. I made a F&F jig and really like the versatility and ease of making small rips and crosscuts. I've been watching a lot of slider videos, primarily Steve from Extreme Woodworker and Sam Blasco, and I'm in the process of...

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