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    Surprised no one has suggested beeswax, not...

    Surprised no one has suggested beeswax, not extremely durable but natural.
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    Wonder what Ford will bring back next? Is there...

    Wonder what Ford will bring back next? Is there an electric Edsel in the future?
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    That's not a Kangaroo, it's a Raptor as in the...

    That's not a Kangaroo, it's a Raptor as in the Toronto Raptors. :cool:
  4. Yes, I see Frank Howarth on Youtube do that all...

    Yes, I see Frank Howarth on Youtube do that all the time.
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    OK, some of us get the joke, some outside Hog...

    OK, some of us get the joke, some outside Hog Town might not like it. Oops, another inside Canadian joke.
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    They are also very lightweight which is good if...

    They are also very lightweight which is good if you are carrying it but dangerous when using it especially if the workpiece is heavy and you don't clamp or bolt it to something substantial.
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    You do know that Mexico is part of North America...

    You do know that Mexico is part of North America so referring to it as made in North America is accurate. Oh, and just to be sure, so is Canada eh!:)
  8. Hilarious, don't remember seeing that episode...

    Hilarious, don't remember seeing that episode back then but certainly remember the show.
  9. Thread: Bed feet

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    You could install these....

    You could install these. https://www.amazon.ca/Furniture-Glides-Straight-Wooden-piece/dp/B001W6Q4UG?th=1https://m.media-amazon.com/images/I/51t9L9wmUpL._AC_SL1000_.jpg
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    I have what looks like the same 1 HP dust...

    I have what looks like the same 1 HP dust collector and Dust Deputy as Jim. One thing I have experienced is, at least for my hobby use, that you don't need a big or any collection container after the...
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    I think Justin is mistaken, the red plate behind...

    I think Justin is mistaken, the red plate behind the blade is the insert. The table top appears to be aluminum, not cast iron. This is likely a bench top or jobsite model with a direct drive...
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    Gift certificate, shoes are very personal...

    Gift certificate, shoes are very personal especially for someone with foot problems. Find a shoe store that gives good fitting service and give them a gift certificate.
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    Good explanation, I think at the bit/workpiece...

    Good explanation, I think at the bit/workpiece contact point it doesn't matter whether the router is handheld or in a table, if it grabs it's going to pull the workpiece into the bit or the bit into...
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    Which post did the OP ask "about some of the...

    Which post did the OP ask "about some of the grain on some of the edges he needs to profile will have the grain running into the bit and there is a highly likelihood of the bit causing tear out if...
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    Yes, you missed post #9.

    Yes, you missed post #9.
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    No offence taken, you seem passionate, I'm just...

    No offence taken, you seem passionate, I'm just curious. Yes I've climb cut on a router table, I make a lot of wooden toys to donate to charity for Christmas toy drives and use round over bits on...
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    I have the same question. Safety is all about...

    I have the same question. Safety is all about control, with the router in a table it's under control. If the workpieces are cabinet doors and shelves roughly 20" by 20" they are relatively easy to...
  18. Spoiler alert, the lemonade didn't taste...

    Spoiler alert, the lemonade didn't taste good.:cool:
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    Thanks for clarifying, seems like an odd design,...

    Thanks for clarifying, seems like an odd design, any humidifier I've seen just has a level control and shuts off the water supply when the reservoir is full. If the drain in the ground is backing up...
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    Some people have waaaaaaay tooo much time on their hands. :eek: Amazing thanks for sharing.
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    I have a Kutzall carbide sanding and carving disc...

    I have a Kutzall carbide sanding and carving disc for my hand held grinder. The recommended method for cleaning it or rotary burrs and hand rasps when plugged with wood is to burn it with a butane or...
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    Why does a humidifier have a drain? Do you mean...

    Why does a humidifier have a drain? Do you mean dehumidifier? When you say it leaks "at the drain", what do you mean? Is the drain pipe from the (de)humidifier unit leading to the floor drain pipe...
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    Thanks Paul, remember WKRP, must have missed that...

    Thanks Paul, remember WKRP, must have missed that episode. Can't be that I forget, it was only 43 years ago. :cool:
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    Can't figure out if I'm too old or to young,...

    Can't figure out if I'm too old or to young, don't get it. :confused:
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    I used Arauco plywood for some shop cabinets...

    I used Arauco plywood for some shop cabinets about a decade ago, no problems. Can't comment on current quality or use in, I assume, kitchen cabinets.
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