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    Thread Starter: Greg Parrish

    My new Felder KF500 Pro has a shaper unit built in. Iíve never owned or used a shaper so Iím working my way through the process of understanding how to use it, how it compliments my router table, and the best source for cutters (Felder ones are crazy expensive) one thing ive found is places...

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    Dueane Hicks

    Shops of the Not so wealthy...

    Thread Starter: Dueane Hicks

    How about some photos of shops of folks that don't have 100,000 in extra cash to outfit a shop? I have limited funds; I also sold my Goldwing to outfit my shop. I have spent around $12,000 on needed stuff so far. I am trying to stay away from gadgets that suck up money , yet get used very rarely...

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    Rick Potter

    I just did the unthinkable.

    Thread Starter: Rick Potter

    Tool junkie heresy. I am getting ready to add a new garage for my old cars, and I have been storing too many tools. Today, I hauled a perfectly good 12" Rockwell single phase 110/220 turret RAS to Goodwill. I just didn't want to fool with selling it. I sure picked a lousy day to do it. ...

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    Alan Lightstone

    How do you drill 1" holes in polycarbonate sheets

    Thread Starter: Alan Lightstone

    I have a 1/4" thick polycarbonate sheet that I need to drill several 1" holes for makeup air in a router table window. I can't find any information on drilling holes that big. Is a hole saw acceptable? Forstner bit? Is there a special drill bit for this?

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    Edwin Santos

    Jorgensen clamps at Lowes

    Thread Starter: Edwin Santos

    Hi, I don't quite know what the story is with the orange Jorgensen bar clamps. At one point I heard the century old company went out of business. Then I heard a Chinese company bought them and planned to resurrect the line. Today I saw a six pack of 6" 3700 series bar clamps at Lowes. They're in...

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    Roger Domina

    Light/Lamp

    Thread Starter: Roger Domina

    Am looking at lights/lamps to use with my full size lathe. Any recommendations? Thanks

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