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    Menards sells these in qt and gal sizes: ...

    Menards sells these in qt and gal sizes:

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    I like them because they are plastic and don't break if bumped or dropped, and they don't rust like metal cans can after a while. I've stored...
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    As Jeff said, it's a depth stop. From the...

    As Jeff said, it's a depth stop.

    From the manual:

    "Infeed Table Depth Stop
    Referring to Figure 17:
    The infeed table depth stop (A) limits the depth of
    a cut (set by adjusting the infeed...
  4. Another week with little time in the shop. I did...

    Another week with little time in the shop. I did get my kitchen cabinets ordered and am waiting for a ship date. We had a few cooler days so I spent quite a bit of time working to remove the...
  5. I've cut lots of rigid foam of all types with my...

    I've cut lots of rigid foam of all types with my tracksaw. Clean cuts and since I use a vacuum with it, very little foam dust escapes. Doesn't clog the hose or build up on the blade. I never bother...
  6. It's doable with dampers in the ducting, but it...

    It's doable with dampers in the ducting, but it has to be designed correctly. You want to maintain total air flow through the equipment within the proper design range. If you don't, you can have...
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    Cooking show

    My wife has been watching the "4 levels of ....." cooking shows which I believe originate from Epicurious. But she watches them on youtube for reason I will explain. In the show, they pick a...
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    The trick with frog tape, or any of the tapes...

    The trick with frog tape, or any of the tapes that have a similar treatment designed to stop paint from creeping under the tape, is to paint one surface, over painting past the dividing line, whether...
  9. Sounds like a good plan. I usually flush the...

    Sounds like a good plan. I usually flush the line with a quart or so of vinegar, it seems to help keep deposits from lining the drain. I plug the end, pour in the vinegar and let is sit for a while...
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    I have the flexiclick set and the matching impact...

    I have the flexiclick set and the matching impact driver and love it. They get used for 90% of my woodworking related tasks; I only pull out my 20 volt stuff for bigger, mostly construction type...
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    My office built-ins were done with a coat or two...

    My office built-ins were done with a coat or two of garnet shellac followed by general finishes hi performance top coats.
    My desks were done with GF Enduro-var with the first two coats tinted with...
  12. Yeah, that's pretty big bucks to do all that in...

    Yeah, that's pretty big bucks to do all that in one year...what happens if you don't get it all done in a year? Plus you have to get it plumbed everywhere inside. Is gas out at the street and only...
  13. So, you've seen me work, then? ;) That's a good...

    So, you've seen me work, then? ;) That's a good point, we could use the old one if we had to. It looks a little rough for age, but it works fine.
  14. Well I hope your old home sells soon and you can...

    Well I hope your old home sells soon and you can at least order the range you want. It's a pain having to deal with all the uncertainty around lead times. OTOH, we've lived with this kitchen for all...
  15. Yes, will do. Right now our choices are showing...

    Yes, will do. Right now our choices are showing stock, but I know that could change any second. Hate the thought of a new range sitting in storage for 4 months but I guess that's better than having...
  16. Congrats Rod! Welcome to the club! Bruce, 10...

    Congrats Rod! Welcome to the club!

    Bruce, 10 thousand T-F-T car bodies is an impressive and generous accomplishment!

    I met with one kitchen designer to go over my plans today and meet with...
  17. I recommend you spend some time at the green...

    I recommend you spend some time at the green building advisor site. A lot has changed in terms of best practices for air, water, and vapor management and insulation in the last 15-20 years. There...
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    Good to hear. We've settled on a dual oven...

    Good to hear. We've settled on a dual oven induction range as part of our kitchen remodel. I expect we'll mostly use the smaller oven except when entertaining, which we used to do fairly often and...
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    I've thought about doing this to add some oomph...

    I've thought about doing this to add some oomph to the table saw blade guard dust collection. A lot of folks just use a shop vac, but that seems like too much hassle for me. If I do it, I'll likely...
  20. A 316 stainless steel scale, 12 inches long at 50...

    A 316 stainless steel scale, 12 inches long at 50 degrees, will be about 12.0008 inches long at 100 degrees. (using the engineering toolbox thermal expansion calculator)

    Do machinists have to...
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    I used to use the heavy brown craft paper, like...

    I used to use the heavy brown craft paper, like Frederick Skelly, but was always a little frustrated by the way it always wanted to curl up. The rosin paper is much the same. I picked up a roll of...
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  23. Still plugging away on kitchen design work; plan...

    Still plugging away on kitchen design work; plan to meet with a couple of designers this week. I took the time to build a full size mock-up of the island out of foam board so we could see how the...
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    How about making the smaller grill (or part of...

    How about making the smaller grill (or part of it) operable somehow (maybe using the latches you were supplied) and then use that opening to reach in and release a sturdier positive latch?
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