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    Scott Winter

    Help me decide on a table saw

    Thread Starter: Scott Winter

    All, Well I am 2 weeks from moving into my new home where my 2 car garage (approx 20'x20') will be my new "man cave". I'm probably going to dedicate the one side for my woodworking area, and the other side will be for whatever I need it for at that time (working on cars, additional space if I'm...

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    Josh Falcon

    15" Wide Belt Sander won't turn off

    Thread Starter: Josh Falcon

    Hi All. Trying to troubleshoot my 15" Extrema wide belt sander's "off" issue. Not a ton of stuff online for this exact machine but the Grizzly G0819 appears to be effectively the same machine. Barring some differing control layout the internals and electrical side of things look identical. Likely...

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    Jim Becker

    Guitar build number three...

    Thread Starter: Jim Becker

    Tele at heart when it comes to the metrics, but I wanted to do something that was "mine" to go with the neck/headstock design I had been noodling with. And what a nice way to leverage a 360mm wide hunk of sapele that I picked up last summer while at a sign-making training class down in Suffolk VA. ...

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    Jon Steffen

    Should I learn Metric now? Beginning woodworker help.

    Thread Starter: Jon Steffen

    I would say i'm a beginner of "fine woodworking", but i've been building stuff for 20 years. Gazeebo Eagle Scout project, deer stands, garage storage, fences, car ports, remove load bearing wall..... I'm in Wisconsin USA and learned on the imperial system, but i'm wondering if I should start...

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    Jon Steffen

    3rd Stall 13-15' x 52' setup

    Thread Starter: Jon Steffen

    Our 24x26 garage currently has my 15' tracksaw table, miter stand, 2 festool cross cut tables, family stuff, kids stuff. Our minivan and truck get parked outside, ALL YEAR LONG. We live in Wisconsin, so snowblowing with 2 cars in the driveway is a pain. Not having a tablesaw is a pain. When i...

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    Jim Koepke

    My Camber Blade Round Tuit Finally Came

    Thread Starter: Jim Koepke

    OK, a couple of times I have said this would get done. Here it is in all of its rambling words and pictures. Sharpening is one of those things that gives rise to many opinions and heartfelt debate over preferred methods. There is also a lot of discussion of cambering blades. My experience is...

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    Andrew Pitonyak

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    Thanks for responding.
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