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    Bruce Wrenn

    In The Grocery Section, Disappearing Store Brands

    Thread Starter: Bruce Wrenn

    Recently (in the last year,) I have noticed more and more "store brands" disappearing from the shelves. The stores where I regularly shop (excluding Aldi's) now only have Campbell's soup. Walmart has a very limited selection of their in house "Great Value" brand soup. Same goes for oatmeal, only...

    Last Post By: Bill Dufour Today, 11:08 AM Go to last post
    Ben Grefe

    Parallel dust collectors

    Thread Starter: Ben Grefe

    I have an opportunity coming up - the roof of my shop needs a new support beam (the 1950ís framing is sagging by almost a foot in the middle). Looks like with the remodel slowdown, Iím going to get a contractor in to do the work, but to do so I need to take everything out of my shop, including...

    Last Post By: Aaron Inami Yesterday, 11:37 PM Go to last post
    Joseph Mazey

    LagunaP12 vs. Felder K3

    Thread Starter: Joseph Mazey

    I imagine the sliding table saw topics have been seriously beaten up on here. I am after more of am i comparing apples to apples here. Have an online business. Currently have a Grizzy hybrid cabinet saw and cut a lot of 1/4" MDF core white melamine. If there is a mealmine blade in existence i...

    Last Post By: Jim Becker Today, 1:13 PM Go to last post
    Steve Mathews

    Need for crosscut sled?

    Thread Starter: Steve Mathews

    After watching the video below I'm questioning the need for my crosscut sled. It seems that mine rarely gets used in favor of an Incra miter gauge, which I find easier to handle than the bulky and heavier crosscut sled. The only complaint with the miter gauge is it doesn't stay square or at least...

    Last Post By: Warren Lake Today, 1:39 PM Go to last post
    Steve Demuth

    MillRight?

    Thread Starter: Steve Demuth

    Anyone here have experience or otherwise informed thoughts on the Millright CNC woodworking machines, and in particular, the Power Route Plus? From the marketing material, this looks like a well built machine that should have good rigidity, accuracy and repeatability, for a reasonable price. ...

    Last Post By: Jim Becker Today, 1:15 PM Go to last post
    Drew Bernat

    Work in progress: shop doors

    Thread Starter: Drew Bernat

    I'm lucky enough to have a 3 car garage that I can entirely use as a workshop. That said, the ceiling is just a shade over 8' and so the overhead garage doors take up a lot of space - specifically their tracks. Simple solution: get rid of them! I'm replacing them with carriage-style doors on...

    Last Post By: Drew Bernat Yesterday, 7:17 PM Go to last post