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    Dave Anderson NH

    Time for some levity

    Thread Starter: Dave Anderson NH

    With all of the negativity and political stuff going on with the Covid-19 virus it is time to look at the humorous side of things. Feel free to add more, but keep it clean or it will be deleted.

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    Myk Rian

    High school grad can't read cursive.

    Thread Starter: Myk Rian

    I was totally blown away today. We traveled north a couple hours for our last graduating grand daughter's commencement. (9 grandkids) 44 kids at CHA graduated high school. Afterwards, we had lunch, then went back to the house. Had a rousing game of dominoes going, and Gdaughter brought out a...

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    Mike Burke

    Music in the Shop

    Thread Starter: Mike Burke

    Do you listen to music in your wood shop ? What do you use for a music player ? I like to listen to music most of the time. I use a PC for my music provider, a small amp and some home made speakers. A couple different radio stations and a lot of my cd's ripped to my PC. I am thinking about...

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    Keith Outten

    Private Messaging Access Priviliges

    Thread Starter: Keith Outten

    Private Messaging Privileges and email are now inaccessible to free-access Members. Because the majority of our Members are now using advertisement blocking software we are being forced to adjust some access privileges. This is an effort to encourage everyone to help us maintain the necessary ...

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    Erik Loza

    HAMMER (Felder) news

    Thread Starter: Erik Loza

    I know there are lots of Hammer customers here, so wanted to share some news from Felder KG: -Lead times continue to be a challenge but I found this very interesting: Austria hired something like 100 more workers for the production line, specifically for Hammer machines. Believe this or not,...

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    Aaron Rosenthal

    How long do you keep your dust collection system "on"?

    Thread Starter: Aaron Rosenthal

    I bought a 2HP cyclone style collector with cartridge which use at this point, only with my table saw. While I'm reconfiguring the work area I'll be adding the appropriate 6" ducting. Besides the TS, I use a 735 planer and a 6" floor mounted jointer. I will be making collector boxs for the sliding...

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