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    I finished a bath vanity in EM6500 tinted to a...

    I finished a bath vanity in EM6500 tinted to a Benjamin Moore color. His match was perfect.

    IIRC it only comes in one sheen?

    I wanted a flat finish and some more protection, so I topcoated...
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    Sorry I should have been more clear. It's a...

    Sorry I should have been more clear. It's a friction fit quick connect port on the hose that plugs into the female metal port under my bandsaw table. I have a single-tool set up. The hose is a...
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    You can also shop for cabinet scrapers. These...

    You can also shop for cabinet scrapers. These are thumb savers and can be more versatile than a scraper plane by virtue of a shorter sole.

    Veritas makes one and it appears to have a shorter back...
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    Bandsaw Dust Port Loose

    My dust collector is a little too powerful for the friction fit hose that I connect to the bandsaw. It forever pops loose.
    I can drill and rig up a cotter pin to lock it in place, but thought I...
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    Different strokes. I would find a second 5000 a...

    Different strokes. I would find a second 5000 a big clunky bother to have in the shop. And they are not cheap. I use an auxiliary plywood fence as the zero clearance backer. It takes only a few...
  6. I like crocs. Hard enough to resist mild drops...

    I like crocs. Hard enough to resist mild drops of tools or wood. Not afraid to get finish drips on it.
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    Well said.

    Well said.
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    I hung a couple j hooks on the wall and it sits...

    I hung a couple j hooks on the wall and it sits there. I have not found a convenient way to mount it to the tablesaw.
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    U can do either.

    U can do either.
  10. I try not to turn it on and off often. If there...

    I try not to turn it on and off often. If there will be more than about 5 mins between tool changes I will shut it off.
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    On the contrary, I find with this style of...

    On the contrary, I find with this style of construction extremely forgiving. Scott, what do you mean by fracturing the seat?
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    That's serious machinery. I'd get a 3hp cyclone...

    That's serious machinery. I'd get a 3hp cyclone for that equipment. You don't look back. If you have the ability to vent outside, I would. It saves space and hassle.
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    Yes. Not sure I understand your question. A...

    Yes. Not sure I understand your question. A circle can be cut with the lathe, a router trammel or a bandsaw. All require some sanding. Imho, holes are best cut with a router; discs are best...
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    I have an envirocycle. Itís excellent. And...

    I have an envirocycle. Itís excellent. And expensive :(. I really need 2. 1 can cook while I fill the other. But the high price makes that tough to justify.
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    Sorry this became a make vs buy dominos debate (I...

    Sorry this became a make vs buy dominos debate (I vote make, btw). But for accessories, when I had the df500 i didn't have any accessories or need for them. Save $$ for the bits (CMT makes more...
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    Glad to see this thread resumed. I enjoy...

    Glad to see this thread resumed. I enjoy watching your method. Did you pick 6 Deg for a reason? How are you planning to taper the holes?

    Your turning ability looks fine from here. Iím...
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    Brian Iíve seen you write twice now that you go...

    Brian Iíve seen you write twice now that you go from a very rough stone right to a high grit. Is this a new practice for you? What led you to skip the intermediates?
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    Gas Fire pit/table

    I am looking for a good fire pit table. For years I've done wood; but want to move to a gas table.

    I know I can spend $200 or $2000. Any recs out there for something in the middle? I don't even...
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    Pretty. Well presented.

    Curious, do you usually rip rough lumber on the table saw? Those initial rips with the cut off side riding in the air are worthy of a safety discussion.
  20. You can look for thinner kerf blades, or you can...

    You can look for thinner kerf blades, or you can start your cut inside the kerf on the meat of the waste. No need to start IN the kerf.
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    Are those amps made with solid curly panels or...

    Are those amps made with solid curly panels or veneers?
  22. Surprised you donít use that jointer. I love...

    Surprised you donít use that jointer. I love it. Low center of gravity just feels better to me.

    I sold my smoother because my num 4 works so well.
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    Veneered slab doors will be arguably more stable...

    Veneered slab doors will be arguably more stable than hardwood. I have ordered slab veneered doors from Barker Doors with success.
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    And soon you may add a Bosch cordless trim router...

    And soon you may add a Bosch cordless trim router to your Arsenal. On delicate things that donít require the power, not having to worry about the cord is great.
  25. I joint a glued edge until I can see no light...

    I joint a glued edge until I can see no light under a straight edge resting on top. I will also push at various points and feel for no rocking. I consider this ready.

    Then I test by...
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