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    I've made donuts that I stick onto the router...

    I've made donuts that I stick onto the router base to change the effective length of the bushing.
  2. If your removing the flooring down to the...

    If your removing the flooring down to the subflooring, then putting in a new floor, cabinet height shouldn't change any significant amount.
  3. If they are going to remove the underlayment and...

    If they are going to remove the underlayment and lay a new floor, their is no reason they can't just continue that treatment into the dishwasher recess. As far as professionalism goes, plenty of...
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    I suspect that the the sled is where the...

    I suspect that the the sled is where the deflection occurred. Was it just a peice of plywood or some other sheet good?
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    As long as it drys, mold shouldn't be an issue. ...

    As long as it drys, mold shouldn't be an issue. A little surface mold is fairly common in all the rough lumber I've ever worked with. If conditions aren't wet, the mold won't continue growing any...
  6. I own a cordless and a corded version. They both...

    I own a cordless and a corded version. They both sit idle for months at a time. As I build, cabinetry and mill work in a shop for installation elsewhere, using either one usually is a sign that I...
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    It's really not necessary if, when routing tails...

    It's really not necessary if, when routing tails and pins, you don't spin the router. The Liegh kit actually includes a concentric adjustable bushing that is used to fine tune fit by offsetting the...
  8. Emergencies.

    Emergencies.
  9. An extra wide router plate would keep your router...

    An extra wide router plate would keep your router steady and flat when routing the narrow sections. I would flush trim to the inside hole, fill the rabbet with bondo or epoxy, then rout the rabbet to...
  10. My favorite it's actually my Rigid. I like the...

    My favorite it's actually my Rigid. I like the rack and pinion adjustment and the feel in my hand.
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    Here's a setup I just used to cut 5" wide 24...

    Here's a setup I just used to cut 5" wide 24 chamfers for a conference table. It could also be used for complete tops on a smaller scale.
  12. The minimum spacing from center to center is 1"....

    The minimum spacing from center to center is 1". So a half pin, one tail, and another half pin would be 1".
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    I've had a few socket failures due to shorts, but...

    I've had a few socket failures due to shorts, but never a breakage.
  14. I'm sure I've used dozens of different circular...

    I'm sure I've used dozens of different circular saws over the years. I must say, I've had the luck to never have seen anything near that bad.
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    That's a very handsome table.

    That's a very handsome table.
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    I always love a solid miter station. :)

    I always love a solid miter station. :)
  17. We do way to much of this at my job. Get at the...

    We do way to much of this at my job. Get at the holes with a wire brush, blow them out, flood with alcohol, then blow out again. after this recoat with epoxy and heat to bring up air. The original...
  18. I was doing seams in laminate countertops with a...

    I was doing seams in laminate countertops with a shop made track setup long before I knew Festool existed. I love my tracksaws, but the idea that a regular saw can't get equally good results is...
  19. You can also just rip off the worn portion and...

    You can also just rip off the worn portion and use the narrower belt. I actually do this with our 40" wide belt. I've got 20" inch wide belts I'll throw on it.
  20. In all my years working wood I've seen many...

    In all my years working wood I've seen many attempts to reverse cupping, never have I seen a board returned to flatness.
  21. Trying to un-cup a board is a fool's errand. All...

    Trying to un-cup a board is a fool's errand. All you'll be doing is introducing temporary change that will eventually revert to the boards natural state.
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    I've got a Rigid jobsite saw. It's sits in my...

    I've got a Rigid jobsite saw. It's sits in my yard under s table year after year. It gets snowed on, rained on, and stays covered in leaves and dirt. Yet. Every time it needs to come out, it...
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    Lots of negatively hooked teeth work best. Blade...

    Lots of negatively hooked teeth work best. Blade up high will avoid lifting. Lube is your friend, as the melted plastic wants to gum up the blade. Take your time, let the blade do it's thing.
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    Did the nail happen to bend sideways, ...

    Did the nail happen to bend sideways, perpendicular to the direction of the nail gun. That's usually the case. Holding the nailer perpendicular to your edge will usually guarantee that any bent...
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    So that's what they're doing. Good to know it's...

    So that's what they're doing. Good to know it's not my mind slipping.
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