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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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    Mike Henderson

    Windows 11

    Thread Starter: Mike Henderson

    Anybody download and install Windows 11? If so, what do you think of it? Mike

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    Anthony Whitesell

    Piping new-to-me DC

    Thread Starter: Anthony Whitesell

    I picked up a Grizzly 2HP G1029 DC with the 6" inlet. I have an Oneida cyclone in boxes I picked up years ago, but have not figured out how to make the head height work yet. In the meantime, I have this to work with. I am planning to rebuild the stand and mount to remove the 90 degree flex...

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    Monte Milanuk

    Anarchist workbench?

    Thread Starter: Monte Milanuk

    Having followed some of the workbench 'trends' over the years... from Roubo to Nicholson to Moravian... I'm a little surprised that when I search around on various forums, there seem to be surprisingly few (as in, almost none) examples of Schwarz's "anarchist workbench" floating around in the wild....

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    John Stankus

    Drum Sander Questions

    Thread Starter: John Stankus

    I have been asked to teach an extra course this summer. I was thinking about perhaps buying a drum sander with the extra pay. My issue is my limited space in the shop. I know the mantra is bigger is better, but I do need to still be able to maneuver in my shop. I have been looking at the...

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    Luke Dupont

    Tools for the Minimalist?

    Thread Starter: Luke Dupont

    So, as I think many of you know, I am working in an apartment, and primarily on small projects. I have a very, very, very modest number of Japanese tools, and some western tools that I've ordered on ebay just this month (only one of which has actually made it across the pond). I want to get...

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