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    I'm assuming it's fine. I doubt all mountain...

    I'm assuming it's fine. I doubt all mountain location woodworkers are running special contraptions
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    you're right.. sorry 27 inHg.

    you're right.. sorry 27 inHg.
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    Vacuum presses at higher elevations

    Hi,

    I live at around 4300 ft. That puts me around 12.5 PSIA atmospheric pressure.

    If I were to use a vacuum press for veneer, will I need to go down more than the recommended 25 mmHg to 27...
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    The only way people know things are by learning...

    The only way people know things are by learning things. What class teaches you home ownership?
  5. I lived in Houston for a few years and I loved...

    I lived in Houston for a few years and I loved the lack of zoning (which they actually do have in placed thru deeds). It was fun having a normal old feeling neighborhood with an awesome coffee shop...
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    Guarantees?

    Hi,

    If you're willing to share.. what are some aspects of your guarantee statements? Shipping and handling? How do you describe misuse? If someone puts a humidifier on one end of the table for...
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    I've already taken the bed rollers to either...

    I've already taken the bed rollers to either exactly level or slightly below the bed.

    Sometimes the snipe (depending on the board width and how I handle the board leaving the machine) can be up...
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    The last thing I will try is to keep lowering the...

    The last thing I will try is to keep lowering the pressure of the rollers until the wood doesn't feed thru, then slightly tighten them.. maybe this will reduce the possibility of the head moving up...
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    After spending another few hours with it...

    After spending another few hours with it adjusting pressure and cleaning the front locking bar... I'm just about to throw it in the river and buy a buy a better planer.

    I did a lot to this...
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    Snipe should be coming from the head moving up...

    Snipe should be coming from the head moving up when the board runs under the first roller and then subsequently lowering when the lumber passes beyond the roller. If that's true, the lock rollers...
  11. What's the name of the machine shop?

    What's the name of the machine shop?
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    Ah, 14:30 ish in the linked video... I'll do some...

    Ah, 14:30 ish in the linked video... I'll do some cleaning
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    RC 33 - Tightening Knobs

    Hi,

    I have a RC 33 planer (Delta) and I'm wondering how the tightening knobs work.. because mine don't seem to remove snipe as much as I'd like. I'm wondering what the mechanism behind the knobs...
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    Hmm.. yeah, I'll have to ask someone on Upwork...

    Hmm.. yeah, I'll have to ask someone on Upwork what goes into getting it from me to the customer. I think's a cool idea if the dimensions can be accurate.
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    450340 Example of AR.

    450340

    Example of AR.
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    Augmented Reality

    Has anyone used AR to sell furniture? Seems like a great fit.

    Do you have a recommended person? What problems have you had? Did it work?

    Cheers,
  17. Why is the county involved?

    Why is the county involved?
  18. Sharpening Planer / Jointer blades - Tormek vs Vendors

    Hi,

    I have the T7 that I use for chisels and knives. The planer blade add on is $200... so I'm wondering what the quality of the vendors are. I pulled out a new set of 13" blades and put the...
  19. You killed it! It looks great. I especially...

    You killed it! It looks great. I especially love the legs. I also can't believe that is alder...

    Did you resaw the alder yourself or buy the veneer?
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    Salice Upward Flap Hinges

    Has anyone used these? They look awesome

    https://www.salice.com/us/en/products/lift-systems-and-flap-doors/lift-systems/wind-with-push-system-for-single-doors
  21. Impractical Cabinetmaker - Solid Block Core

    Hi,

    I'm trying to figure out what he is using for a solid block core... he mentions buying from Germany with "abaci core and sapele cross layers". I'm Googling around and I can't find anyone that...
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    Awesome! Thanks much

    Awesome! Thanks much
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    Laguna TSS Slider - Parts?

    Hi,

    A quick Google search seems to suggest that Laguna doesn't support their slider tablesaws anymore. Trying to see if picking up a used one is worth it (early 2000's).

    Thanks and cheers,
  24. Thanks but I do disagree with using...

    Thanks

    but I do disagree with using capitalism as a metric for success. Capitalism learns the lowest cost way to provide the customer with the lowest bar of acceptable quality. I don't rely on...
  25. I have never heard of this jointing technique...

    I have never heard of this jointing technique until I read this thread earlier this week. It's an interesting idea, but I'm also confused by the necessity.

    I have a few questions in the form of...
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