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    Drywall screws are also pretty brittle which...

    Drywall screws are also pretty brittle which likely helped in this situation but is the reason they are not the best to use for woodworking projects, too. 'Glad your blade survived!
  2. How often do you expect to move it? If it's...

    How often do you expect to move it? If it's infrequently, then the OEM option with two wheels and a Johnson bar works fine. If you expect to move it more frequently, one of the four wheel mobile...
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    I use a small Ridgid shop vac for general cleanup...

    I use a small Ridgid shop vac for general cleanup and a Festool extractor for hand-held electrics like sanding.
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    Thanks for posting this...I meant to do that...

    Thanks for posting this...I meant to do that earlier today, but, I um...forgot. I have both my office instance (Mac using Parallels) and my CNC controller machine updated. Zero issues, fast upgrade...
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    The Craftsman 113 dates to the 1980s. I do...

    The Craftsman 113 dates to the 1980s.

    I do agree with the desirability for safety features, of course...
  6. I agree on the Pro question. And just to be...

    I agree on the Pro question.

    And just to be clear, the reason that AVID and those of us here in the forum al. asked you what you want to do is that 4th axis/rotary is oft-misunderstood and one of...
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    Aside from Euro produced saws, riving knives are...

    Aside from Euro produced saws, riving knives are a relatively recent addition to North American design saws and the OP's unit was build long before things moved in that direction.

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    Nick,...
  8. I have the same question as Bobby. 4th axis...

    I have the same question as Bobby. 4th axis rotary isn't the same as an automated lathe. The primary benefit is wrapping 3D around the axis, not straight "spinny" work. Please be sure that your...
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    Not just photos...a whole thread. :)...

    Not just photos...a whole thread. :) https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?283530-Project-Fixed-Pane-Windows
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    Dennis, I wouldn't count to hard on "fall...

    Dennis, I wouldn't count to hard on "fall weather" anymore to cool things off... ;) That said, 'glad your pantry project is moving along!

    Busy this past week...moved our older daughter into her...
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    Jon, with that narrow space, you'll likely be...

    Jon, with that narrow space, you'll likely be happier with using the slider outrigger if you opt for a narrower "rip capacity" on the right side...IE a shorter rip fence setup. I had to cut mine down...
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    If you get a program like CutListPlus, you can...

    If you get a program like CutListPlus, you can play with the optimization that also keeps in mind grain direction. Obviously, component size matters...as does sheet size. We often think of sheet...
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    One of the key factors here for the OP is like I...

    One of the key factors here for the OP is like I mentioned earlier..."level of automation" and what the OP defines as automation. That could merely refer to automating the cutting of the parts on a...
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    It's not clear why some got the checks and some...

    It's not clear why some got the checks and some got the cards, Brian. Like I mentioned, I got the card (for a whopping $210.16), activated it and transferred the money to my normal checking account....
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    Something like an impeller is going to work best...

    Something like an impeller is going to work best if it's balanced...that may be part of your decision process on whether or not to exchange the damaged one for the new part. You may not hear any...
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    There was a thread about the cards about a month...

    There was a thread about the cards about a month ago...and yes, some of us got the payment via the debit card. I did nearly throw it out, but checked with CFBP and verified it was legitimate. I...
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    Yes, I'm saying that...it just plain looks...

    Yes, I'm saying that...it just plain looks better, even under paint. For shop fixtures, I might deviate just to be efficient, but for cabinetry that will go in my own or someone else's...
  18. Glad it worked out for you!

    Glad it worked out for you!
  19. Tom, if you use the super glue and painter's tape...

    Tom, if you use the super glue and painter's tape method for attaching your template, no clamps to get in the way. This has become a big thing in the guitar building world for routing recesses in...
  20. If it's fiberglass, why not just use a high...

    If it's fiberglass, why not just use a high quality exterior paint from SW or BM, etc.? Most "Polys" are not really great for exterior conditions, BTW.
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    Unless you're using MDO, even if you're painting...

    Unless you're using MDO, even if you're painting the cabinets, keeping the veneer grain running in the same direction will yield the best result unless you're going to take the time tot do some major...
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    Whatever gets you the parts with the veneer...

    Whatever gets you the parts with the veneer figure facing in the correct orientation is just fine. There's no "requirement" to rip a sheet first...just like there's no "requirement" to use the rip...
  23. Ralph makes a good point about using bearing...

    Ralph makes a good point about using bearing guided tooling rather than a guide bushing. An advantage there is that sometimes a guide bushing isn't exactly concentric in the router base, no matter...
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    I can see this....a big skid/pallet that exceeds...

    I can see this....a big skid/pallet that exceeds the dimensions of the tooling with the machine very thoroughly tied down to the skid/pallet and then wrapped as you indicate. Of course, my CNC came...
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    Carl, you may have already discovered this, but...

    Carl, you may have already discovered this, but spraying anything "slow drying" like oil based products isn't necessarily the best thing...the overspray is sticky for a long time, and the recoat...
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