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    Thanks, Jim! The Milwaukee is battery powered,...

    Thanks, Jim! The Milwaukee is battery powered, but as you mention, I've already got some red battery-operated tools, so that's not an issue, and the "stand-alone" feature is one of the things that...
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    Milwaukee 23 ga "pin" nailer?

    Anyone here sprung for one? If so, thoughts, please? Im sorta needing a pin nailer for an upcoming project, and I have to admit a slight fascination for red tools. I know those are on the pricier...
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    I have “eclectic” tastes in music - combo of...

    I have “eclectic” tastes in music - combo of classical, classic rock, contemporary “soft rock”, Christian, even a little bit of country. With our recent downsizing which got me my first real shop, a...
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    Weather radio?

    Anyone have a weather radio, one of those that supports the “SAME” codes for by location warning? My old Radio Shack receiver seems to have given up the ghost. If you have such a receiver, likes?...
  5. At the risk of being banned outright, or at the...

    At the risk of being banned outright, or at the least, laughed out of the country - as soon as I find 'em in my archives, I'll post some pics of my WURT (World's Ugliest Router Table!) Point being -...
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    I need to get me some of those! Always one more...

    I need to get me some of those! Always one more tool on the list...

    Thanks!

    Marty
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    This! Thanks, Mike! After posting my dilemma, and...

    This! Thanks, Mike! After posting my dilemma, and still thinking it was my technique, I went out to the shop and started practicing on some scrap. Just as you noted - I randomly flipped the saw over...
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    Thank you, Jim! I appreciate the insights and...

    Thank you, Jim! I appreciate the insights and especially photos!

    Marty
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    Thanks for the tip, Jim - you might find Mike's...

    Thanks for the tip, Jim - you might find Mike's note below interesting.

    Marty
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    Using a "kugihiki" saw - tips?

    I hope this is the right place to post my question, I use a combo of hand and power tools in my work and I'm still inexperienced with a lot of the hand stuff in particular. THus my question.

    I...
  11. I'll share some experience anecdotally, as folks...

    I'll share some experience anecdotally, as folks here have already expressed opposing opinions.

    First - someone pointed out that sometimes, local codes may specify copper conductor, and that's...
  12. Great info, John - very helpful! Thank you! I'll...

    Great info, John - very helpful! Thank you! I'll pass along to my buddy and try to help him with his adventures...

    Marty
  13. Drying/curing log sections - insights for just getting started?

    Asking for a friend! For real this time.

    All of my somewhat limited woodworking experience has been limited to using only purchased already sawn wood. Now, a friend has asked me for help with...
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    This! My shop exactly.

    This! My shop exactly.
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    Tony, I’m in exactly the same boat, we probably...

    Tony, I’m in exactly the same boat, we probably have the same tool set. With respects to Joe, I’d suggest that you be a little careful about the BL1830B batteries, I’m not sure that those are not the...
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    i also second the crank on the table advice. Mine...

    i also second the crank on the table advice. Mine is a very old Craftsman “industrial” model, a table crank is the one thing I wish it had.
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    That’s a great capture! I had one out in the...

    That’s a great capture! I had one out in the “west 40” (actually not that big, just a nominal acre lot) at our previous place. Deer pics were a dime a dozen, day or night. But several times I caught...
  18. Penance for past sins - removing adhesive residue from masking tape?

    Sometimes I never learn. I started a project several years ago, I used masking tape to mark all the rough cut pieces. Then life events, along with my own bad habits, sidelined that particular...
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    More just a random comment than a contribution. I...

    More just a random comment than a contribution. I have one of those “get back to” projects in the queue which will require 36 (if I recall correctly) mortises, with at least eight of them through...
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    Good questions, Glenn. Both quit pretty quickly...

    Good questions, Glenn. Both quit pretty quickly after I got them, and it was my bad for not getting them returned within the warranty period. And, both units just quit. The old location (we recently...
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    Not intending to confuse things as Mike says he...

    Not intending to confuse things as Mike says he has the WR550: I think that is a slightly different critter. My WR510 is the one with the button battery so I'm concluding that it's first gen. I was...
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    RELIABLE DRO for planer?

    HI All, hope this is an OK topic to post here. I have a "popular brand" DRO on my planer (DW735, if that matters). This is actually the second one, and both have just died after a short period of...
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    Miter gauge for bandsaw?

    So I just got home and started setting up my new Rikon 10-326 band saw, only to discover that the miter gauge is an accessory! Actually a quite minor aggravation. However - anyone got recommends for...
  24. Exactly what I was wondering about. Some good...

    Exactly what I was wondering about. Some good ideas have shown up here. And about bolting the safe to floor or wall, I’m not even sure mine has bolt holes, I’ll have to check. As to dehumidifying - I...
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    Thanks for the confirmation, good suggestions! My...

    Thanks for the confirmation, good suggestions! My plan is indeed to oversized the conduit. And about pulling the wire - I’m right there with ya’!
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