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    I thought a VPN kept your ISP from knowing what...

    I thought a VPN kept your ISP from knowing what sites you visit. How would it keep a site from knowing who is trying to gain access? Thanks.
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    Thank you for the clarification and for...

    Thank you for the clarification and for reaffirming my contention about bad information.
    Admittedly there is some hyperbole in the lay press about COVID-19 but I contend that managing critically ill...
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    Pardon, but your comment is contradicted by the...

    Pardon, but your comment is contradicted by the CDC and is just plain wrong.

    "If soap and water are not readilyavailable, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.. Cover all...
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    Evan, I have a setup like the one you're...

    Evan, I have a setup like the one you're contemplating - had it over a year - used it a lot - works very well. I remove it from my machine when doing wood carving.

    Gary, could you point us to...
  5. Tried to sign up, never got an "Activation email"...

    Tried to sign up, never got an "Activation email" from them. Wonder if its just more phishing?
  6. ive done the same thing

    ive done the same thing
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    Have a look at "https://www.planet.com/products"

    Have a look at "https://www.planet.com/products"
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    I live in Littleton and didn't know about this. ...

    I live in Littleton and didn't know about this. Thanks for the info.
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    You may have my DeWalt takeoffs for the cost of...

    You may have my DeWalt takeoffs for the cost of the shipping; they're not unused but they're not dull and they have no edge defects. I replaced them with a Shelix head.
    Scott
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    Take another piece of the 1" dowel, maybe 4-5"...

    Take another piece of the 1" dowel, maybe 4-5" long. Sand a sizeable flat spot on it, wrap w/fine sandpaper, and sand the whole open however much you need.
  11. for the record, I'm that guy. works great, maybe...

    for the record, I'm that guy. works great, maybe too well. with thin sanding projects i have to restrict flow to prevent the belt from being sucked up to the drum between passes.
  12. try this...

    try this
    http://lumberjocks.com/kaetamer135/blog/39467
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    Please add me in. Thanks.

    Please add me in. Thanks.
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    good to know. thanks. scott

    good to know. thanks. scott
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    you might try Austin Hardwoods - i believe they...

    you might try Austin Hardwoods - i believe they rent space on a drum sander
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    I feel your pain. It's a hopeless pursuit.

    I feel your pain. It's a hopeless pursuit.
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    Doug, August will be fine. Enjoy your travels....

    Doug,
    August will be fine. Enjoy your travels.
    Scott
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    Hi Doug, Haven't gotten to any of the crotch...

    Hi Doug,
    Haven't gotten to any of the crotch pieces you gave me that day but I remembered you were interested in an olive crotch. I've got one for you if you're still interested.
    Scott
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    I'm ready to do that but she who must be obeyed...

    I'm ready to do that but she who must be obeyed casts the deciding vote. ;)
  20. i've subsequently moved on to a powermatic but...

    i've subsequently moved on to a powermatic but for years a BT3000 was my tablesaw. a little underpowered but accurate and reliable little saw that held up to lots of use. i have fond memories of it...
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    Ducted to each machine. Miter saw, chop saw,...

    Ducted to each machine. Miter saw, chop saw, drill press, jointer, planer, spindle and disc sanders. All blast gated so only one machine at a time is "connected". Longest run is 16 feet though...
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    i get about 70-73db standing three feet away. i...

    i get about 70-73db standing three feet away. i dont think i'd call it "quiet" but it's quieter than most of the tools it's attached to.
    hope that helps.
    scott
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    I agree with Allen Thunem. Let me know when it...

    I agree with Allen Thunem. Let me know when it comes down, I go to the Springs all the time. I'm also in Littleton.
    Scott
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    Just finished my CNCRP Pro4824 build. I'm very...

    Just finished my CNCRP Pro4824 build. I'm very pleased with the fit, finish, ease of assembly, and performance. Most important to me was the availability of Ahren and Cory for the inevitable...
  25. How to replace the 1hp motor on Performax 16-32

    Got an old Performax 16-32 and stumbled upon a 1.5 hp Leeson motor taken from another 16-32. Anyone know the quickest way to swap motors? Which bolts and in what order? Thanks.
    Scott
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