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    Clarence Martinn

    Which Air Filtration is Better??

    Thread Starter: Clarence Martinn

    The Grizzly G0738 or Shop Fox W1830 - Hanging Air Filter The tools that create the most airborne dust , are my Wood Lathes. The old Air filtration system I had, was an old Ridgid Canister air filter. They don't make those anymore. So, looking for a similar ...

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    John Terefenko

    Electric Cars

    Thread Starter: John Terefenko

    For those that own electric cars a few questions?? Do you like your choice as opposed to having a gas operated one? Would you do it again? Did you have to make changes to your insurance plans, both vehicle and home? If so what? Being there is a higher risk with battery fires from charging and now...

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    Christopher Charles

    NBSS Tool Chest Build

    Thread Starter: Christopher Charles

    Hello all, I'm currently in the middle of a shop renovation and have not had any real quality shop time in months. Let's just say that 'drywall' is a four letter word right now... More than a year ago, I decided to build a tool chest to go under my bench, prior to moving shops. The carcass...

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    Cliff Polubinsky

    Disappointed with TS 55

    Thread Starter: Cliff Polubinsky

    I recently sold my Dewalt track saw and bought the Festool TS 55. Yesterday was the first time I used it. We were cutting 4 - 16" x 8' 8/4 Sapele slabs to fit them through my 12" planer. I was surprised when the saw didn't cut all the way through the slabs, it was 1/8" short. I ended up using the...

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    Ron Hampe

    Laguna vacuum pumps

    Thread Starter: Ron Hampe

    Are they worth buying? They have a 2.5hp (109cfm/3.7"Hg) single phase for $900 and I would need 3 or 4 of those for my 49" x 98" table. By installing these with an isolated zone for each I believe the advantage would be a lower operating costs when cutting smaller parts. They also have a...

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    Scott DelPorte

    6" dia blade on a SawStop?

    Thread Starter: Scott DelPorte

    I want to get an ultra thin kerf (0.023") blade for slotting fretboards on my table saw. The only blades I have seen are 6" in diameter, and I think 8" is the minimum diameter they make a brake for on the SawStop. Does anyone know a way to run a smaller blade on this machine? Thanks Scott

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    Perry Hilbert Jr

    Electric Cars

    Recently met an elderly guy (I am 70, he was upper 80's) riding an electric bike. He was going by my house, had just completed a long up hill and was

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    Russell Hayes

    Performax drum sander adjustment

    Yes that's the ones. Not sure what else it could be. Do have a manual that tells how to adjust the set screws and everything. I have one.

    Russell Hayes Today, 11:54 AM Go to last post
    Grant Wilkinson

    SD card missing pictures

    Were you ever able to see them on the card? If so, and if you have a card reader for your PC, you may be able to recover them. I've had good luck with

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    Dean Coss

    Performax drum sander adjustment

    If you’re talking about these bolts that ride up and down in the slot, then yes they are loose.

    Dean Coss Today, 11:47 AM Go to last post
    Brent Franker

    Does CerMark go bad?

    This will probably be the last spray one I buy. I'll try what you are saying.

    I bought some stuff on eBay years ago for under $10 and it

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