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    Erik Loza

    Some Euro machines in local shops...

    Thread Starter: Erik Loza

    I recently did a tour of a few local Austin shops. Typically, what I see in shops is a bunch of either older American iron or your typical Chaiwanese assortment of table saws, jointers, planers, etc. I'll post pics from our shop at some point but I thought folks might enjoy seeing some Euro...

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    Greg Parrish

    Axiom style machines

    Thread Starter: Greg Parrish

    Are there any machines similar in quality to an Axiom that I could get started using for $5k or less that would include a 3hp water coooled spindle (or upgrade path to one), a 2x4 bed and rolling stand? I found a used, but like new, powermatic 2x4 for that price but I’m not finding much support...

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    Jamie Buxton

    Cold creep in modified PVA glues?

    Thread Starter: Jamie Buxton

    Ordinary wood glue, for instance Titebond original, is infamous for cold creep. Does anybody know if the modified PVAs like Titebond II or Titebond III creep less?

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    John McGovern

    Table Saw Questions

    Thread Starter: John McGovern

    Hi All, I've been lurking in the weeds for some time and have found this venue to be the most knowledgeable, helpful, and courteous forum on the block. And, I know this question has been asked and answered so many times, but I hope you all have the patience for one more dip to the well to answer...

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    Mark e Kessler

    Newton E30 edge sander

    Thread Starter: Mark e Kessler

    Anyone have any experience or knowledge of this sander? Looks like its a late 40ís early 50ís machine. Worth $750-1k? http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/detail.aspx?id=2944

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    Carl Beckett

    Tablesaw dust collection hood

    Thread Starter: Carl Beckett

    Well, after a weekend working with black walnut I have GOT to improve my tablesaw dust collection. Which means time to put the blade guard/collection hood at the top of the project list. The support arm will be home made. The guard/hood can be either home made or purchased, but since I want to...

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