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    Malcolm Schweizer

    Tell us a CLEAN joke!

    Thread Starter: Malcolm Schweizer

    The ďtime for some levityĒ thread just makes my day. I have a buddy that posts a joke a day, which I also love, and I thought maybe you would all want to share some of your favorite jokes. Here is one to start:

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    Anthony Whitesell

    Piping new-to-me DC

    Thread Starter: Anthony Whitesell

    I picked up a Grizzly 2HP G1029 DC with the 6" inlet. I have an Oneida cyclone in boxes I picked up years ago, but have not figured out how to make the head height work yet. In the meantime, I have this to work with. I am planning to rebuild the stand and mount to remove the 90 degree flex...

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    Brandon Hanley

    I thought ww'ing was supposed to be relaxing...

    Thread Starter: Brandon Hanley

    I hear all the time how woodworking is so relaxing for people, yet it stresses me out? I always over think everything due to adhd and im pretty sure its ruining it for me. I literally look forward to my day off for a week planning to get out in the shop, only to stand there staring at a...

    Last Post By: Jim Becker Yesterday, 11:01 AM Go to last post
    Andrew Pitonyak

    Found new norton washita stones

    Thread Starter: Andrew Pitonyak

    They have a limited supply of new norton washita stones so I ordered one. Skinny, 8 x 3 x 1/2, probably meant for one of their sharpening systems, but I wanted to give one a try. https://www.sharpeningsupplies.com/Norton-Washita-Arkansas-Stone-P1880.aspx Will let you know if I like it after...

    Last Post By: Andrew Pitonyak Today, 9:06 AM Go to last post
    John Strong

    Price point for a good square

    Thread Starter: John Strong

    Hi Everyone, I've been working with a aluminum speed square, and some of my grandfathers old framing squares (which I can't imagine are still square given how many times i've personally seem them fall onto the concrete floor of our garage growing up) I'm a little lost on how you evaluate if a...

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    Brian Holcombe

    Simple one axis controllers?

    Thread Starter: Brian Holcombe

    Curious if I can trouble the group for a recommendation on a one-axis controller which can be mounted to a machine. I am working down the rabbit hole on my router table, having recently built a sturdy base for it. My thoughts now are that my router lift can be replaced with a Z-axis with a...

    Last Post By: Jim Becker Yesterday, 9:08 PM Go to last post