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    dirk martin

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    Thread Starter: dirk martin

    There is a person, that has designed very crazy looking squirrel houses. All kinds of fancy, moving parts, and such. He sells the plans to make these squirrel houses in print form, as pdf, and as dxf. He does not sell kits, nor parts. Plans only. Oh his policy page, he writes the following: ...

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    Karl Card

    Help with low motor power on table saw

    Thread Starter: Karl Card

    Had a 7.5 baldor, had a seperate post on this because I thought I figured out what was going on but evidently this is beyond my knowledge or experience. I replaced caps on 7.5 baldor, no difference, bought new leeson 7.5 hp, both single phase motors, got it hooked up, check wiring, cranked...

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    Dean Arthur

    Any options for a small bevel gauge?

    Thread Starter: Dean Arthur

    Seems like the last decent option for a small bevel gauge at Blue Spruce is no longer available. Previously Vesper was the gold standard but he's no longer accepting orders. I use the Shinwa with the bottom locking screw and it's pretty good. I also ordered the folding Shinwa with the knurled...

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    Warren Lake

    hard not to love the blues

    Thread Starter: Warren Lake

    Been watching Matteo for years and now many top players are recognizing him. I think hes 24 now. Video is not great and sound not great but I can hear whats going on. Very nice of Joe to bring him up and others that are spending time with him. Hes innovative. Very unique finger picking style....

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    Malcolm Schweizer

    Looking for feedback before I buy an Avid CNC

    Thread Starter: Malcolm Schweizer

    Good day all. I appreciate the time to read and give feedback. I think this is the right machine and price, but want feedback. The time has come. I need a CNC to stay competitive and I also just want to create in new ways. I have ďnon-buyers remorseĒ for stopping bidding on a beautiful 5x10...

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    Justin Mullins

    I need some cabinetry tool advice.

    Thread Starter: Justin Mullins

    I'm looking to build my first set of cabinets in my kitchen. I'm currently building a new house. I am a third generation general contractor so l have a good degree of knowledge in construction my grandfather used to build furniture and cabinets so I have a very good general idea of how they need to...

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