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    Andrew, I've been working with acoustic tile on...

    Andrew, I've been working with acoustic tile on my shop ceiling for a couple of years now and it's a game changer relative to sound levels. I hope I can duplicate that in my new shop!
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    Are you referring to the outrigger? The...

    Are you referring to the outrigger? The wagon...the actual sliding piece which is 9'+ feet long is not removable on the saw Jeff is picking up. The outrigger is a separate assembly.
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    Rick...use a light colored drawer liner. :)...

    Rick...use a light colored drawer liner. :) That's what I've done in my Husky cabinets where I haven't created tool specific inserts out of HDU. (which is also light colored)
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    Thanks, David! I'm just about ready to start...

    Thanks, David! I'm just about ready to start moving the shop into the temporary space ("garage" :D) ...which is going to be a "not fun" task. I have to get moving on it because the old property...
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    26 gage snap-lock should be readily...

    26 gage snap-lock should be readily available...sometimes it's called "stove pipe". Local HVAC suppliers should carry or be able to provide it. For the long radius stuff, you'll likely need to reach...
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    If you do steel on the ceiling, get the...

    If you do steel on the ceiling, get the perforated version so you can put up black burlap prior and allow some sound absorption into the insulation. Noise on a hard surface like that could be...
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    I generally agree with this, but like Doug...

    I generally agree with this, but like Doug mentioned, there are some times when purchasing standard metal tool cabinets can be a valid choice. Sometimes it's about expediency, for example.
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    Italian saw. Mending plates are already bolted in...

    Italian saw. Mending plates are already bolted in to secure the wagon from moving as Erik mentioned.
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    Mine are Husky, but US General from Harbor...

    Mine are Husky, but US General from Harbor Freight are very competitive and nice. You can also get a bunch of different colors if you don't want black or red.
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    I can appreciate your point, Erik, and yes,...

    I can appreciate your point, Erik, and yes, ultimately, the right machine choice based on a wide variety of characteristics and suitability for the need is always the primary focus. That said, for...
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    Another week of running around like a head with...

    Another week of running around like a head with my chicken cut off... :) :D Finished up my "punch list" for preparing our "old" property for sale...the listing goes live later this week...and started...
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    QS and rift ash (and walnut) are wonderful...

    QS and rift ash (and walnut) are wonderful...
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    Is there such a thing as an ugly tool? :) :D ...

    Is there such a thing as an ugly tool? :) :D

    Seriously, 'never any harm in using what one has to make what one needs!
  14. Steve, I may be interested for my temporary shop...

    Steve, I may be interested for my temporary shop so as I may not want to install my cyclone and duct work. I'll message you.
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    Tom, deceased folks do get the payment for the...

    Tom, deceased folks do get the payment for the tax year in which they passed away. Whomever is their executor/PoA has to distribute it per the will or other legal instructions.
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    When a "showpiece" also is a fine player, you...

    When a "showpiece" also is a fine player, you know you have something! That's really beautiful...the inlay is exquisite. Bravo! 'Can't wait to see your next one... :) :D
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    I know that John T has done some in-situ spraying...

    I know that John T has done some in-situ spraying in his own kitchen. It can be a challenge for sure...masking for overspray takes probably many times the amount of time required for the actual...
  18. Unless you did it yourself, don't assume that the...

    Unless you did it yourself, don't assume that the original walls and ceiling were actually stained when it comes to pine...it could have just been varnish and time to get the color you show in that...
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    Jason, please post some static photos here of...

    Jason, please post some static photos here of your project...there are a lot of community members that have low speed Internet that limits their ability to view videos. Some photos will also bring...
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    Space and the fact that I don't cut sheet goods...

    Space and the fact that I don't cut sheet goods on the saw very much. Most cutting is with solid stock. So when I rebuy after having the new shop up, I'm going to the more compact machine based on...
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    Nope. 12" Forrest WW=II 48 T from Silvers Mill....

    Nope. 12" Forrest WW=II 48 T from Silvers Mill. But any 12" blade with a typical 1" bore can use a precision bushing for a 5/8" arbor.
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    You're just fine as long as you're comfortable...

    You're just fine as long as you're comfortable with your birth year shown. If not, contact Jackie or Keith Outten to get the name changed.

    Jim
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    For the SCM/Minimax machines, if you order the...

    For the SCM/Minimax machines, if you order the "more readily available bundles" that tend to be stocked from the factory here in the US, the SC-3C is the "better buy" once you consider...
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    Blocking direct transmission of sound is the way...

    Blocking direct transmission of sound is the way I choose to tackle this...I have the cyclone and my big compressor in a closet that has accommodations for reducing sound and an indirect return path...
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    I honestly cannot identify one particular piece, made or owned, and that's even after touching every one due to our recent move. Each made item was a particular accomplishment, either in style, in...
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