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    Thanks for taking the time David. That may be a...

    Thanks for taking the time David. That may be a little out of my price range. I think I'd rather grab a better band saw.

    I may bend your ear on crafting something up. And that table you made looks...
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    Thank you for allowing me to see the pictures. I...

    Thank you for allowing me to see the pictures. I will sign up and contribute.


    David that is a slick setup! Did you fabricate the sliding attachment rail? How would one source something like...
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    That sounds awesome. I knew it had to be done...

    That sounds awesome. I knew it had to be done somehow before.

    For some reason your pics aren't showing up for me :(
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    Well this is her painted up. With just one door...

    Well this is her painted up. With just one door ha.

    Brainstorming today I think I may install some 16" drawer slides and shave the shelf to hold a record player. Another past time I'd like the...
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    Interesting.. so this creates an overhead...

    Interesting.. so this creates an overhead channel/groove to go through? How do you use a push block/stick through that?
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    Thanks for the reply. That's just it I've not...

    Thanks for the reply.

    That's just it I've not worked on a good band saw to draw any experience from.

    Seems as if it wouldn't be too difficult to take the left side of the ts bed off and modify...
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    Thanks..I've always liked a fair amount of...

    Thanks..I've always liked a fair amount of support on thinner pieces horizontally but I've not worked with many hardwoods like walnut.
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    I wish I had more floor space in the garage. I'd...

    I wish I had more floor space in the garage. I'd have to hang the boards on the wall or ceiling on a rack some way.
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    I have $50 into this old pottery barn pos,...

    I have $50 into this old pottery barn pos, another $50-100 isn't gonna kill me ha. It came with a glass top so I'm gonna do a picture mosaic underneath that. Was thinking I could maybe take the...
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    updating a credenza

    I'm in a bit of a pickle with a few design ideas and could use some input.

    I've got a fairly modern credenza that was built with three cheap mdf doors that are around 24t x 15w. Most probably...
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    Storing walnut and white oak outside

    I'm about chalk full in my garage and bought a few drying racks to hang on my house today under my soffit and covered back patio. I'm in Seattle and we're just about done with spring. Wondering if I...
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    Looks similar to the featherboard setups I've...

    Looks similar to the featherboard setups I've seen. The added ball bearing I'm sure makes it nice and smooth. I'd like something like that that looks as effortless as the sliding table.


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    They'll be anywhere from 4" to 36"

    They'll be anywhere from 4" to 36"
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    In this kind of production format ideally

    In this kind of production format ideally
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    Thank you. A little out of my price range it...

    Thank you. A little out of my price range it looks like.

    Still wondering what would be the best way to replicate these cuts?
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    What kind of TS setup is this?

    I'm looking at doing similar thin rips with a bunch of scrap 8/4 walnut for various art projects. Could use some help in identifying this sliding sled setup (?). And could the same results be had...
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    Thanks for the tips! I think it's whats...

    Thanks for the tips!

    I think it's whats considered a hybrid saw. It's a ridgid ts3660 with a decent sized cast iron table. I just finished cleaning the rust off the bed and am still piecing her...
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    Thanks for the reply.. The unfortunate thing...

    Thanks for the reply..

    The unfortunate thing is my lightweight Ryobi band saw won't cut 8/4.. at least in a days time ha. Been contemplating on getting a 16" band saw used for this purpose and...
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    I've run power in the areas you suggested along...

    I've run power in the areas you suggested along with led flood lights above them.

    The hook is a good idea. I was thinking of maybe running a hook above from the roof and dropping power down....
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    Thanks Charles will do!

    Thanks Charles will do!
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    Thanks Charley! I was actually at the hardware...

    Thanks Charley! I was actually at the hardware store today looking at a few lasers and how I might mount them. I wouldn't use them as a cutting line but as you say a guide. May be overkill but...
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    You raise some good points! I'm not happy about...

    You raise some good points! I'm not happy about having to stick my cast iron ridgid ts outside, especially after just cleaning it.

    I'd love to grow some vibes but don't think we'll be here for...
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    Sharp blades are must for me. I'll be ripping...

    Sharp blades are must for me. I'll be ripping primarily 8/4 walnut to begin with. When I can I'll use my chop saw. I'd like to have a heavier duty band saw but that's down the road.

    I'm in talks...
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    Wow thanks for the great input guys! I've been...

    Wow thanks for the great input guys!

    I've been watching a number of videos and am very surprised how much safety info there is now compared to the late 90's when I was actually last using a TS.
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    Thanks for the suggestions guys. Yes the...

    Thanks for the suggestions guys.

    Yes the neighbor is fine with things. We live in a not so great area so the covered area is actually an improvement. He's done a few things that aren't up to code...
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