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    Thank you for your explanation. This makes much...

    Thank you for your explanation. This makes much sense. I have been wondering about this for nearly all of my adult life. I can die happy now. lol
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    I know curly and rotary. This is not rotary.

    I know curly and rotary. This is not rotary.
  3. To keep warm in the winter I have 2" of extruded...

    To keep warm in the winter I have 2" of extruded foam covered in 3/4" plywood anchored with flat head tapcons to the concrete. This supports my equipment and makes for a comfortable surface to walk...
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    I know sets were used for multiple shows. I was...

    I know sets were used for multiple shows. I was watching an episode of Mannix and lo and behold they were on the set of the Brady Bunch for one scene. But the prevalence of curly doors seemed so...
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    Doors of curly wood

    I'm at home watching an episode of the Twilight Zone. The episode is irrelevant. What is relevant is that the set of an office uses doors that obviously are made of curly wood. They are slab doors so...
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    He used kiln dried lumber of course. But even...

    He used kiln dried lumber of course. But even with kiln dried lumber the inside is still considerably higher in moisture than the outside. I have resawn thick kiln dried lumber many times and I...
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    resin and slabs and wood movement

    I looked over the topics and could not figure out which to post this in. I figure finishing was probably the best.

    A coworker who also has a woodshop completed his first project using an ash slab...
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    There is a device called the Modulus 2000. It is...

    There is a device called the Modulus 2000. It is a scoring blade attachment that fits on a 10" table saw.

    http://www.modulus2000.com/product1.htm
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    CadStd! I got the free version, loved it,...

    CadStd! I got the free version, loved it, upgraded to Pro, and it only costs $41 total. I start all my WW projects with it. Check it out at cnet downloads or got to: http://www.cadstd.com/
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    For the practical and scientific side of...

    For the practical and scientific side of woodworking, Bruce Hoadley's "Understanding Wood", and for the other side, George Nakashima's "The Soul of a Tree".
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    At work there is a sign (I don't have a picture...

    At work there is a sign (I don't have a picture of it nor could I find it on the web) of a profile of a head with the brain outlined in the skull. There is an arrow pointing to the brain with the...
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    Just my 2 cents . . . . . I have to admit I...

    Just my 2 cents . . . . .

    I have to admit I haven't read every reply to this thread and while I may be reiterating someone or not addressing an important point, I felt a need to offer my opinion....
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    This is one awesome kitchen!

    This is one awesome kitchen!
  14. How about a trim router with a tilt base for the...

    How about a trim router with a tilt base for the angles?
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    What I found out when I researched this is the...

    What I found out when I researched this is the problem with tumbling is that you get an impact type action rather than a sliding action. Wood smooths when abrasive is slid across the surface....
  16. Since on one side there are nearly gone and on...

    Since on one side there are nearly gone and on the other still there, I would have to conclude that it is the wood.
  17. I am partial to Delta, but I do appreciate all...

    I am partial to Delta, but I do appreciate all the older machines. I do know that if you find an old Delta, make sure it is a pre-Rockwell model, or at least no later than mid 60's. Rockwell did not...
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    Last year I made several hundred small wooden...

    Last year I made several hundred small wooden blocks for a project my brother was working on:

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    These are of beech, 1/2" x 1/2" x 1/2" with opposing saw kerfs on opposite sides. Hand...
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    First remove all of the loose wood. Then use...

    First remove all of the loose wood. Then use bondo to fill in the the edges and surface. Bondo cures fast and will move with the wood somewhat. Sand everything flush with the edge and surface. Then...
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    I have used Sean's button blocks and figure 8's....

    I have used Sean's button blocks and figure 8's. Both are excellent choices. When I glued up my tops, I made them a couple inches longer. After surfacing, ripping to width, and squaring one end, I...
  21. I replied to a post earlier about a fellow...

    I replied to a post earlier about a fellow woodworker having alignment problems on his table saw....
  22. Consider what type of work you do as well as...

    Consider what type of work you do as well as size. Consider how much you can afford to spend. Consider what other tools you need or might want. Consider how much space you have in your shop. Then get...
  23. I have never liked the idea of breadboarding. On...

    I have never liked the idea of breadboarding. On a 45" width, depending on the wood of course, you will experience a change in dimension of up to 1/4", possibly more, between summer and winter...
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    Looks like "The Eviscerator". :eek:

    Looks like "The Eviscerator". :eek:
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    If I remember correctly, The infeed table is 42"...

    If I remember correctly, The infeed table is 42" and the outfeed table is 30", approximately. I cannot urge you enough to get at least a 48" machinist's straight edge like a Starrett or equivalent to...
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