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    My go to on day to day cutting has become the...

    My go to on day to day cutting has become the Milwaukee M12 Hackz-all. Really handy and I use it a lot for wood or metal. I was 40' under my daughters house this weekend in a 16" crawl space doing...
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    “Storing gas” is not dangerous as you are using...

    “Storing gas” is not dangerous as you are using an inert gas. It cannot ignite. I run a Miller 211 and it is excellent. Multi voltage. If you can swing it, you do want a 220 machine. It is just so...
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    Metal detectors

    What make/model do you use for metal detection of embedded material?
  4. Sound suppression is kinda hard to nail down. I...

    Sound suppression is kinda hard to nail down. I did Dynamat in my 2002's and couldn't tell the difference, but they were old cars and not made for silence. I think before trying to wrap the cyclone...
  5. Go to the Nashua tape site and look at all the...

    Go to the Nashua tape site and look at all the options. They make a foil tape with an embedded mesh that is excellent. I thing it is 4" wide tape. Most "duct" tapes are good for everything but what...
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    I'd bisect each of the 60 degree angles and draw...

    I'd bisect each of the 60 degree angles and draw lines from the point to the intersection of the 3 angles. From the intersection measure to the outside or let your compass do the walking.
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    On my old Unisaw I added a 4" DC port at the...

    On my old Unisaw I added a 4" DC port at the bottom of the cabinet, built a ventilated motor enclosure as there was no motor cover when I got the saw and built 1/4" masonite ramps in the bottom of...
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    I agree! It has bothered me greatly since. Thank...

    I agree! It has bothered me greatly since. Thank you for pointing it out!
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    I moved from MA to CA in '11. Do not wait until...

    I moved from MA to CA in '11. Do not wait until the last minute to determine what stays or goes. You do not want to be up against the time line with gear you have chosen too part with. Spend the...
  10. Seems to me you have answered your own question...

    Seems to me you have answered your own question and found a more desirable spot for the dough. Move on. At this point every time you see it hanging on the wall it will bug you. I've spent a lot of...
  11. We have a winner. It is the Old Master Wiping...

    We have a winner. It is the Old Master Wiping Golden Oak and Cherry. Comes out a fair compromise between the floor and wall. Thanks for your help. Paul, what brand of "universal oil colors" would you...
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    It has been interesting seeing the results of mixes. In most cases it is the "well, what do you know." In this case not much. This base coat has possibilities. A little red on this one, a little dark...
  13. Min-was & Old Master stain combo okay

    I have refinished the fir floor in one room of the house. The floor came out nicely. Pretty sure this will be my last floor finishing project. To much hands &knee work at this point. Anyway I pulled...
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    That is a nice space

    Boats are wonderful on the water, but a pitn when not. I have a 15' Adirondack Guide Boat that is problematic that way. It being a new space I think your lay-out and needs will change in...
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    On the plywood/rock question, Plywood allows you...

    On the plywood/rock question, Plywood allows you to get into the wall with a minimum of fuss. Due to the cost of 10' sheets I went with 8' set vertically, a 2' topper and a 1x4 belly band. I put a...
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    I use the typical plywood feather boards as SS...

    I use the typical plywood feather boards as SS show in their manual. I had some difficulty mounting them so they would just stay put. I solved it by making a long 2” wide stiff leg with a dovetail...
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    I have the LN large and small RP's and they have...

    I have the LN large and small RP's and they have been a joy to use. Certainly improved the accuracy of my work.
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    In order to eliminate having to deal with the dust in the shop I normally move outside to a covered deck area. A couple months ago I had a substantial amount of sanding to do, but it was raining...
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    PW went by the wayside a couple years ago. it was...

    PW went by the wayside a couple years ago. it was my favorite with CS and MF were editors. I would occasionally pick up a copy off the rack, but today it is even hard to find a display rack of...
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    Having asked the question you are obviously not...

    Having asked the question you are obviously not in the “hold my beer” mode. Can it be done? Sure! The question is, what can go wrong and what happens then. The answer I think is, lots and you don’t...
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    From your photo it seems that you have water...

    From your photo it seems that you have water issues to deal with first, and from what I see of the grade, downspouts are unlikely to handle the issue. Have you cleared this with the neighbor? You are...
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    Head east a ways to Paola, PA, to the Wharton...

    Head east a ways to Paola, PA, to the Wharton Esherick Museum. I believe it is appointment only, but it is fabulous.
  23. If you are just starting out you also have to...

    If you are just starting out you also have to survive the early "learning curve". The first step or goal on that LC is to not bleed and retain all appendages. Things happen faster than you can...
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    Glue sub-surface

    I was gluing up a panel yesterday and was wondering how you all protect the tops of your benches/tables/floors from the excess glue. I have a 36" roll of rosin paper I put down and a roll lasts a...
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    Thanks for the info. I did spend an hour on the...

    Thanks for the info. I did spend an hour on the Bona site and look forward to getting this done. I've checked out the local rental places and will get down to the Depot/Lowe's stores as well. First I...
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