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  1. Hi Steve, I own two of the Grizzly G0640x type...

    Hi Steve,
    I own two of the Grizzly G0640x type vertical band saws and I think they are great! I originally purchased these because of that metal/wood speed feature. I currently have one set up for...
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    Once again Andy, I must disagree! I have run the...

    Once again Andy, I must disagree! I have run the dado stack on both of my table saws many times with no problems. As others have mentioned, when running at full width both washers don't fit. This is...
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    Hi Steve, I like the way you think! I feel the...

    Hi Steve,
    I like the way you think! I feel the same way about changing blades. Same with sanding belts, Mig welder wire size, grinder flap discs, etc. So I have multiples of many of these tools. I...
  4. Andy, I'm afraid that I will have to disagree...

    Andy,
    I'm afraid that I will have to disagree with you. I've still got most all of the "small machines" that I started out with over 35 years ago. I have since acquired many larger and more capable...
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    Supposed to be funny - but I don't get it. What...

    Supposed to be funny - but I don't get it. What is "olic"
    David
  6. Hi John, You are probably right - the Avids are...

    Hi John,
    You are probably right - the Avids are great machines. I have one setup for wood, and the other will be put into service dedicated to high speed aluminum machining. But I also have a...
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    Hi James, I like alot!! Nice and compact with no...

    Hi James,
    I like alot!! Nice and compact with no chance for sliding around in the drawer. Do the cuts for the tools go all the way thru the foam? Or did you use another method to pocket it to fit...
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    Hi Tom, I do the same thing in my shop - but it...

    Hi Tom,
    I do the same thing in my shop - but it is mostly metal and hardware. I do have some wood that I have saved from over 30 years ago - so maybe that is sort of the same thing.
    David
  9. Hi Patrick, If I had your saw, I would go ahead...

    Hi Patrick,
    If I had your saw, I would go ahead and order both of them. Just get it done and get back to making some parts. You can always use the extra one for spare parts down the road.
    David
  10. Yes John - twice the price for maybe 3 or 4 times...

    Yes John - twice the price for maybe 3 or 4 times the machine! I own two of them (Avid CNC Router Parts) and they are great! It all depends on your budget.
    David
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    Very nice!! Looks very sturdy and easy to move...

    Very nice!! Looks very sturdy and easy to move around. Probably cheaper and easier to make than ordering one of the Grizzly models.
    David
  12. Mark, Thanks for that explanation. Very...

    Mark,
    Thanks for that explanation. Very informative! Until Brian mentioned "brazed tooling" - I guess I didn't really understand exactly what router bit you were using. I think the one below must be...
  13. Hi Thomas, Have you considered a track saw?...

    Hi Thomas,
    Have you considered a track saw? Maybe battery operated with some folding saw horses to create a working surface. My Makita 36V is pretty light and works great with the Makita guide...
  14. Hi Brian, Forgive me is I missed it, but I...

    Hi Brian,
    Forgive me is I missed it, but I didn't see any mention of a brazed cutter in this thread - but it must be there. I don't think Mark mentioned if these were solid carbide or HSS cutters -...
  15. Glad to hear you've got it working. I suppose...

    Glad to hear you've got it working. I suppose that it sometimes pays to read the manual (when all else fails).
    David
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    Hi Ronald, Here is an online source for a...

    Hi Ronald,
    Here is an online source for a variety of fonts with free downloads. You can download and install into your standard Windows fonts folder and VCarve will have access to them.
    David
    ...
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    ++ for both of these suggestions. Mechanical...

    ++ for both of these suggestions. Mechanical fasteners will most likely be far superior to gluing the boards.
    David
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    Or like this. ...

    Or like this.

    https://autodesk.i.lithium.com/t5/image/serverpage/image-id/383662iD293235D5BB8B0AF/image-size/large?v=1.0&px=999
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    The thread title initially threw me off! I...

    The thread title initially threw me off! I started with AutoCAD over 20 years ago. I still use it for the majority of my 2D drawings, but I like Solid Works for the solid modeling stuff. I also use...
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    Thanks Randy!! I will check it out. David

    Thanks Randy!! I will check it out.
    David
  21. Hi Mark, Here is what I think is a good article...

    Hi Mark,
    Here is what I think is a good article on this topic.
    David


    https://www.thesprucecrafts.com/quarter-vs-half-inch-shank-bits-3536400

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    Hi John, I received your PM and have replied to...

    Hi John,
    I received your PM and have replied to you with an email.
    Thanks,
    David
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    I also have the Rockler Dust Bucket on my table....

    I also have the Rockler Dust Bucket on my table. I agree!! And quite a bargain as well. I use this in conjunction with a dust collection port mounted to the rear of the fence. The dust bucket has an...
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    That's a nice find Marlin!! It looks pretty cool....

    That's a nice find Marlin!! It looks pretty cool. Maybe you can get it to work.
    David
  25. I second that!

    I second that!
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