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    My understanding is that the N95 masks are better...

    My understanding is that the N95 masks are better for the purpose, but it's apparently not a huge leap from one step down. A well fitted, properly designed mask of other types is better than none......
  2. Consider one of the "hybrid" saws .... cost and...

    Consider one of the "hybrid" saws .... cost and weight of a Contractors' Style saw but with a cabinet similar to a cabinet saw with the motor enclosed. Using a shop vac for DC is going to be...
  3. Aside from raw power, a Contractors' style saw of...

    Aside from raw power, a Contractors' style saw of decent quality will do what you want to do very nicely. But about portanility ...they are not lightweight, either. Still cast iron tops, stile have...
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    Professor Dr. SWMBO an I were just talking about...

    Professor Dr. SWMBO an I were just talking about how it's very likely that there will be a coming recommendation for folks to start wearing a mask or substitute while out in public for exactly this...
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    Here are some pointers for Thos Moser... ...

    Here are some pointers for Thos Moser...

    https://smile.amazon.com/Moser-Legacy-Wood-Thomas-F/dp/1608936074/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=THos+Moser&qid=1585517200&sr=8-2
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    Yea, a lot of folks use "oops" paint because the...

    Yea, a lot of folks use "oops" paint because the price is right. I'm too anal for that...we picked a color and bought a gallon of reasonably priced exterior paint from the 'borg...

    Old photo, but...
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    Yup...the blower part is what you need....the...

    Yup...the blower part is what you need....the bags get abandoned for your particular use. You need that to move air which in turn moves the chips. You need that plus enough of the appropriate hose to...
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    Have you tried the Contact Us link at the top of...

    Have you tried the Contact Us link at the top of the company's page http://www.akeda.com/
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    This is good advise that I forgot to mention up...

    This is good advise that I forgot to mention up above.
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    If you really want to make your own, there are...

    If you really want to make your own, there are some plans available through the Beesource dot com forum site, among others.

    I do have some experience with this and I will tell you that unless you...
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    That depends upon the material. Fortunately, the...

    That depends upon the material. Fortunately, the orientation you use the boards for a typical workbench top (vertical) helps mitigate some issues as you glue things up. It's one of the reasons that...
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    Soap and water is always the best solution for...

    Soap and water is always the best solution for sanitizing one's hands...the soap/detergent breaks down the fatty glob that surrounds the virus which effectively ends its life pretty quick while also...
  13. Yea...as long as one remembers to do it......

    Yea...as long as one remembers to do it... DAMHIKT!
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    They occasionally have a "special purchase"...

    They occasionally have a "special purchase" arrangement for, um...well...maybe not. :D
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    That's typical of construction lumber...rip it,...

    That's typical of construction lumber...rip it, stack and sticker it as I described above for a bit and you should see it come down to a more reasonable MC level in a week or three as long as there...
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    A carcass with .5" backs inset will be very...

    A carcass with .5" backs inset will be very strong and you can absolutely double up the top. Doing that can also span across cabinet carcasses, locking them together. Whatever the base is you use...
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    I"m suggesting to just take a typical 1.5 or 2hp...

    I"m suggesting to just take a typical 1.5 or 2hp "bag" type DC and strip the blower off of it to suit your need. No cyclone (which must be used with a sealed bin. The blower is what you need to do...
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    Makes sense...your space is...enormous!

    Makes sense...your space is...enormous!
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    I'm with Lee...use multiple techniques to help...

    I'm with Lee...use multiple techniques to help mitigate risk of splintered veneer edges.

    What you're experiencing is also related to why some dado sets are better for veneered goods than others....
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    The material will likely settle down if you give...

    The material will likely settle down if you give it enough time to do so. Ripping exposes more interior surfaces which will help moisture wick off. Rip them, stack and sticker them flat and level,...
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    I have two brooms in the shop...one is a wider,...

    I have two brooms in the shop...one is a wider, typical "shop broom" with soft bristles. I don't use it all that much, but it's fine for what it does to at least start to get larger areas cleaned up....
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    Keeping the shop air above the dew point really...

    Keeping the shop air above the dew point really can help with this. A lot of rust problems on machinery is due to condensation because of temperature.
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    Rob, I use .5" material for the high-end...

    Rob, I use .5" material for the high-end equestrian tack (equipment) trunks I build for folks and have for years. The material is strong, especially once it becomes a box. I use #7 trim head screws,...
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    It's more like they are less likely to stop the...

    It's more like they are less likely to stop the transmission because of how most are constructed as well as the lack of the pocket for the internal filter. But in some cases, they may be better than...
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    Yes, that's the standard way to insulate a drop...

    Yes, that's the standard way to insulate a drop ceiling and has been for decades, including when I was in the business back in the late 1980s
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