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    I'm not sure what type of machine that is, but I...

    I'm not sure what type of machine that is, but I have a Grizzly hybrid table saw that had the same problem. Motor would spin the blade a couple of inches and not run at all. Then one day it ran...
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    Another pleased A3-41 owner here. No problems at...

    Another pleased A3-41 owner here. No problems at all with the machine which was dialed in and ready to go right out of the well built crate.
    I did not get the dial indicator with it but it is on...
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    I would still recommend a glue line rip blade...

    I would still recommend a glue line rip blade dedicated to nothing but ripping. They do give you a glue ready surface as long as your saw is set up properly. I get surfaces ready for the glue all the...
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    It can be done but you need to use a light touch....

    It can be done but you need to use a light touch. Drill a hole through the blank for a bolt and nut.Install in the chuck, and use a file with a light touch to get to the shape desired. Fine...
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    I have owned a LT18 since 2001 and it has been a...

    I have owned a LT18 since 2001 and it has been a great machine. No problems with customer service with my one and only call about the machine. One of the ceramic guides came loose and the CS guy...
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    Similar problem with my pressure washer. Had the...

    Similar problem with my pressure washer. Had the dealer service it to get it running again, and was advised the gas is the culprit. Especially for equipment that is not used often. I have since...
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    I was referring to the wagon/the sliding piece....

    I was referring to the wagon/the sliding piece. My machine is a Laguna slider; no knowledge how other manufacturers attach their wagons, or if they are attached at the factory. I have the ability to...
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    If your wallet can stand the strain, consider one...

    If your wallet can stand the strain, consider one of the motorized roll up covers. Slick operation and cool as heck. My last truck had a 4 fold cover; good protection and looked good too.
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    If you are a Sam's Club member, check their...

    If you are a Sam's Club member, check their website. I got one from the local store and ordered one online. Wide drawers on ball bearing slides, comes with shelf liners for each drawer and is...
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    My slider was shipped with the wagon in a...

    My slider was shipped with the wagon in a separate crate; this was installed during set up. There should be a way to up-bolt the wagon to make it easier and safer to transport.
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    Take a look at the shutter jigs that Rockler...

    Take a look at the shutter jigs that Rockler sells. I got the fixed shutter set-up for making new shutters on the outside of my house. You can make any size you want and get good air flow. I plan to...
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    Nice saw for aluminum material. I use an abrasive...

    Nice saw for aluminum material. I use an abrasive cut-off saw for the iron stuff.
    But be careful when using an abrasive machine outside. I set the grass on fire in a small area one time so now I...
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    I have owned a Laguna short stroke slider for...

    I have owned a Laguna short stroke slider for over 8 years; replaced an older Delta Unisaw (1965 vintage). No problem cross-cutting a 4 X 8 sheet of ply. The cross cutting jig and outrigger jig hangs...
  14. I've been using a Freud 10" glue line rip blade...

    I've been using a Freud 10" glue line rip blade for several years. Glue ready rips on a properly tuned saw.
  15. 2 shop vacs are a great idea. I have had a Porter...

    2 shop vacs are a great idea. I have had a Porter Cable tool-triggered machine for over 15 years and it works great, although I sometimes have to resort to duct tape to make a connection to the tool....
  16. I second the suggestion to keep it. As you...

    I second the suggestion to keep it. As you stated, keep a small blade on the bench top unit and reserve the big machine for big cuts. I have the Rikon bench top machine that has a 1/4" blade on it...
  17. Check out Woodpeckers Hole Boring Jig. They sell...

    Check out Woodpeckers Hole Boring Jig. They sell one for 3/4" holes and one for 20 millimeter holes; the 20mm jig will reproduce the Festool MFT layout exactly with consistent holes bored 96mm on...
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    Use a water resistant glue and all will be well....

    Use a water resistant glue and all will be well. I have made over a hundred cutting boards from 1 to 2 inches thick and up to 36" long using Titebond III, which is made for wet applications. No...
  19. Get some advice from your local electrical motor...

    Get some advice from your local electrical motor shop. These folks can point you in the right direction.
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    Pallet jack and some cheap plywood. After the...

    Pallet jack and some cheap plywood. After the delivery driver placed my A3-41 onto my driveway I used a rented pallet jack to lift the pallet, laid some 3/8" plywood on the yard and pulled the box to...
  21. Not sure about others here, but I get glue-ready...

    Not sure about others here, but I get glue-ready rips on my table saw. I also use the jointer for this if the board is thick.
    Make sure the table saw is tuned up properly and square to the blade. I...
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    Great looking doors. What is the thickness of the...

    Great looking doors. What is the thickness of the slats.
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    Critter Spray gun set-up.

    Anyone use the Critter spraying system? Curiosity made me buy one to try with some latex paint (thinned of course). I am planning to try it out with some Kilz primer in a couple of days.
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    First thing I would do is get a copy of the...

    First thing I would do is get a copy of the Workbench Book from Taunton Press or Chris Swartz' book on workbench building, and do some research. After reading some of this info you will be asking why...
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    Visit some local antique markets. You may be able...

    Visit some local antique markets. You may be able to find a decent one without a lot of rust pitting.
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