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    Looks good, Bill. Where did you find that?

    Looks good, Bill.
    Where did you find that?
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    :rolleyes: Everything's still in the box,...

    :rolleyes:

    Everything's still in the box, unopened, Bill.

    Trying to finish a project that's taking up a lot of my floor space and it's going low but I can see the end.

    I haven't been out...
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    Will do. Just got my parts today. Built my...

    Will do.

    Just got my parts today.
    Built my tabletop yesterday.
    Since it's cold for a day or two, I'll have to wait to cut my conduit and start assembly.
    No heat in shop and I'm a wussy in my...
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    Regardless, it's too late.

    Regardless, it's too late.
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    Thanks for the the tip on CNCZone. I'm past...

    Thanks for the the tip on CNCZone.

    I'm past that point.
    My stuff is ordered, paid for and shipped and being delivered in the next couple days.

    I really do appreciate your input.
    I've learned...
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    It's already shipped, Bill. Like you, I tend...

    It's already shipped, Bill.

    Like you, I tend to over build things but feel comfortable with the recommendations they have.
    Seems like quite a few running 3/4 EMT.

    They indicate you can go...
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    Thanks, David. Wii do

    Thanks, David.
    Wii do
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    Thanks for that tip, Bill. Unfortunately, I...

    Thanks for that tip, Bill.

    Unfortunately, I have already ordered the printed parts for 3/4" EMT.
    I had considered stainless but, finally, went with the EMT for several reasons.

    Size: my build...
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    Thanks, Steve. Time is only important due to...

    Thanks, Steve.
    Time is only important due to age, not production needs.
    :cool:

    Hoang, I don't have a printer so I ordered all my parts from Ryan.

    I considered 1" stainless but availability,...
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    I don't know how long it takes to get here after...

    I don't know how long it takes to get here after ordering.
    Need to plan my table and cut my conduit.
    I may have saved a couple $$ because I have some conduit here that may be suitable to be...
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    Thanks for sharing. To start, I'm going to limit...

    Thanks for sharing.
    To start, I'm going to limit to 24"X 24"

    How big is your table?
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    Wanted to update. I decided to keep the RAS for...

    Wanted to update.
    I decided to keep the RAS for now.
    I moved it near my big door so I could handle longer stuff.
    I
    Also keeping the Dewalt non-slider due to it's mobility and quick set up and...
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    I wanted to report back on this. I did make a...

    I wanted to report back on this.

    I did make a decision and went with the MPCNC from V1 Engineering suggested by Hoang.

    It was in budget, flexible and adaptable and has good support by the...
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    Thanks for the suggestion, Rod. Perhaps if I...

    Thanks for the suggestion, Rod.

    Perhaps if I had known about these things before I bought (or had for years) all this other stuff.
    Without knowing exactly what a short stroke Euro slider is, I'm...
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    Thanks for that info, Steve. I'm still...

    Thanks for that info, Steve.

    I'm still pondering all the pros and cons and haven't made a decision.

    Weather is supposed to moderate for a few days so I'd like to get out in the shop and review...
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    I had thought of those two but wasn't sure how...

    I had thought of those two but wasn't sure how far I want to take this from a "hobby"
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    I haven't figured out how to market much. I am...

    I haven't figured out how to market much.
    I am very rural.

    The closest town (15 miles) is pretty poor and has a population of 2500 (a large %age junkies)

    My wife's craft shows don't start...
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    Stephen, my miter saw is on a fold up stand....

    Stephen, my miter saw is on a fold up stand.
    It's quite portable.

    I don't have dust collection except for a broom.
    :eek:

    Facing my RAS, I have, maybe 3' to the left and 4' to the right....
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    I have some things on rolling flip top stands, a...

    I have some things on rolling flip top stands, a flip down smaller work bench, my table and miter saws fold up.

    I don't expect to ever be good enough that my work will be commercially viable.
    ...
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    I need a bigger shop

    I need a bigger shop
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    Steve, I have a couple of cabinet projects for my...

    Steve, I have a couple of cabinet projects for my own house I plan as soon as the weather cooperates (unheated shop)

    I recently did my first attempt at a rabbet on my table saw for some drawers...
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    Thanks,Thomas, William and Bob What is a CSMS?...

    Thanks,Thomas, William and Bob

    What is a CSMS?
    I do have a portable Dewalt contractor table saw.
    It folds up when not in use.

    For rips, I have some EZSmart stuff that works fairly well for...
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    Thanks, Lee. Getting rid of it would make me a...

    Thanks, Lee.

    Getting rid of it would make me a lot of room

    In your opinion, what about changing the miter saw to a slider?
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    Jeff that's wall to wall. Actual open room...

    Jeff that's wall to wall.

    Actual open room with everything pushed against the wall is more like 6".
    I wasn't clear on that part
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    Thanks all for weighing in on your thoughts....

    Thanks all for weighing in on your thoughts.
    Hadn't thought about dado blades, something I need to get soon
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