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  1. This pretty much covers it. If you want t true...

    This pretty much covers it. If you want t true edge, make one. A factory edge is not straight enough for much that I do.
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    I also put things back after using them even...

    I also put things back after using them even though I may use them again in five minutes. The difficult situation of pawing through all kinds of random stuff on my workbench to find the tool I’m...
  3. Wow, that is quite a difference. I wonder if I...

    Wow, that is quite a difference. I wonder if I have the speed dialed low from whatever I was doing last? Sorry about the trigger/switch terminology confusion;-)
  4. My bad, my Bosch is the 1591 barrel grip. When I...

    My bad, my Bosch is the 1591 barrel grip. When I release the trigger the blade does continue to move but it doesn’t even make it to the next cycle of up or down depending on the direction it’s going...
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    Milwaukee 5615, 5616 fixed and plunge bases are...

    Milwaukee 5615, 5616 fixed and plunge bases are drilled the same. Can't speak to others.
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    I agree with your concerns. My 35 gallon barrel...

    I agree with your concerns. My 35 gallon barrel gets heavier every year ;-)
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    Short answer is that the adjuster is made for...

    Short answer is that the adjuster is made for that purpose, depth and lateral adjustments. On the Norris style the lateral fine tuning can be as easy as a bit of thumb pressure against the knob but,...
  8. This made me curious so I had to go and check. ...

    This made me curious so I had to go and check. Both my Ridgid cordless and my Bosch 1590 stop immediately when the trigger is released. The only other jig saw I had any long term exposure to was...
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    The PC 690 is a light, reliable and comfortable...

    The PC 690 is a light, reliable and comfortable router. A pair dedicated to the jig would be a real asset. I would look to used after the last few years of PC's decline. If shopping new I would...
  10. Ain't it the truth.

    Ain't it the truth.
  11. Gulf wax. I cut one end off the carton and...

    Gulf wax. I cut one end off the carton and continue to cut the carton back as I use it.
  12. Both are Grizzly 'products'. Subtle differences...

    Both are Grizzly 'products'. Subtle differences in configuration and features as well as where you buy them and warranty are different.
  13. Cool stuff Brian.

    Cool stuff Brian.
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    The type of swivel will depend on your design;...

    The type of swivel will depend on your design; will the fitting be fixed to the reel or fixed to the assembly supporting the wheel or completely free floating in some sort of collar. Can you post...
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    Rockler and Peachtree both offer a few types of...

    Rockler and Peachtree both offer a few types of swivels. The one that comes with this Fast Cap product is shaped specifically to be captured between the reel and the reel holder but it would be easy...
  16. Although better than many of those that came...

    Although better than many of those that came before, it seems this could have been a little better thought out. A better throat design to guide the end of the abrasive into the jaws maybe. At any...
  17. I know it sounds like we are trying to spend your...

    I know it sounds like we are trying to spend your money but, that is not it. It is just that no one so far can recommend one of your choices with good conscience. For example, a relative was here...
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    Cut close to the line with a decent jigsaw. ...

    Cut close to the line with a decent jigsaw. Template route at the router table to a depth of about 3/4", remove the template and use the first cut to guide the top-bearing template bit till you run...
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    There is a variety of this format out there. All...

    There is a variety of this format out there. All side clamping guides that I have or have seen work best on cutters that have parallel sides that are perpendicular to the cutting edge. Cutters that...
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    We probably stole that from the same place :D:D:D...

    We probably stole that from the same place :D:D:D
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    I know :o. I should be ashamed. I have no...

    I know :o. I should be ashamed. I have no "badge" loyalty. I primarily go for function although I try to make things look neat. I now realize what a hodge-podge my DP is :D:D:D
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    Thanks for the push Jim. 448801

    Thanks for the push Jim.

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  23. And more . . . Delta Specialty, Delta Rockwell,...

    And more . . . Delta Specialty, Delta Rockwell, Delta Milwaukee, Delta Machinery, etc.



    Like others, my miter saw sets out in the shed and has proven fairly useless in furniture making . . ....
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    Yes, as mentioned there is a travel stop. Infeed...

    Yes, as mentioned there is a travel stop. Infeed adjustment will not help. The outfeed has to be (arguably) level with TDC of the cutterhead. More jointer problems are caused by random adjustments...
  25. Forgot to hit "post". Sorry if this is out of...

    Forgot to hit "post". Sorry if this is out of sequence:

    There is a tone being set. I will follow it but, add this . . . Buy used and go cheap. If you pursue woodworking as a hobby you will get...
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