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  1. Just finishing a new garage addition built that...

    Just finishing a new garage addition built that way. I wanted as much height as I could get for possible future car lift.

    Garage is 22'Wide and 32' long, with the ridge beam being 23' or so long...
  2. I will give you a couple examples. I was a...

    I will give you a couple examples. I was a fireman for a large metro department for 34 years.

    There was a large structure fire in a phone company building, where it turned out there were...
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    I did have one of Freuds Black coated crosscut...

    I did have one of Freuds Black coated crosscut blades on my RAS 20 years or more ago. My wife needed to cut something, and mistakenly thought my steel carpenters square was part of the saw.

    She...
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    As someone mentioned above, it looks like a Freud...

    As someone mentioned above, it looks like a Freud rip blade. They did use a black coating years ago, before going red.

    Looks like it was used heavily, I would ask the blade sharpener to check it...
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    Very nice work John. You have given me some...

    Very nice work John.

    You have given me some great ideas to incorporate in mine (CU300) when I finally get to it. Love the extension strut.

    First thing for me though is making a zero clearance...
  6. I made wooden cradles for my 8" pipe, and used...

    I made wooden cradles for my 8" pipe, and used roll a holes to fasten to the cradles.
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    Push sticks Push blocks Long push dowels for...

    Push sticks
    Push blocks
    Long push dowels for getting past guards.
    Jessem hold down rollers.

    Looks like a pattern here.
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    I will only comment on router size. I built my...

    I will only comment on router size. I built my first kitchen on a bench top router table using a PC 690. No lift, simple fence.

    I used a full size panel raising bit and cope/stick set. As I...
  9. If I am seeing it correctly, it looks like you...

    If I am seeing it correctly, it looks like you should overlap more...like 50%, and not go in straight lines.

    I was taught to go in small circles as you go across the board, then overlap it a lot...
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    Thanks Carl. Glad to see someone making...

    Thanks Carl. Glad to see someone making progress. Tonights task for me was to start figuring out how best to store the various fences and other parts while they are not being used.

    My Son in law...
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    FastCap sells a brush like material that is...

    FastCap sells a brush like material that is fastened to a flexible roll. It is peel and stick. I wonder if that would complete your setup, allowing less dust to escape around the blade.

    They...
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    Hmmm. About the time you were posting this, I...

    Hmmm.

    About the time you were posting this, I was at Goodwill giving away a NIB Logitech universal remote, which I had no use for.

    Sorry
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    As I remember it, the road near Lancaster was...

    As I remember it, the road near Lancaster was done that way partially because there were so many accidents on it. It is a desert road, which has a lot of traffic and speeders, connecting two major...
  14. I have bought at least three of the scrunchy...

    I have bought at least three of the scrunchy type, or more accurately....my wife did.

    The first one lasted one day, and the next morning we discovered the dog found it appetizing.

    Second one...
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    Thanks, Jim Good info, as I did not know it...

    Thanks, Jim


    Good info, as I did not know it was for the phone only, and not the computer. They installed it in a ridiculous location, behind some large shelving units, and when they wanted to...
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    I am in the same situation as the OP. We have...

    I am in the same situation as the OP. We have Fios for internet and phone, no TV. My adult grand daughter just ordered that Nighthawk to replace the Verizon/Frontier router, and we have been trying...
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    Can't speak for Carl, but I need to make an...

    Can't speak for Carl, but I need to make an insert for my MM 300CU Smart because every time I trim off a narrow strip, it goes right down the blade opening just like it was sucked down...which of...
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    I will be 77 in a couple weeks, have lots of...

    I will be 77 in a couple weeks, have lots of injuries, and I need all the help I can get. I just ordered one. It just about did me in putting a sheet of melamine on the saw by myself a couple days...
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    I had two at my son's house, and I really liked...

    I had two at my son's house, and I really liked the wooden floors in the ones we got. Any yard that sells them has a variety of qualities. Ours were hardly dented. I sprayed them desert tan and it...
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    Get a 1/8" bandsaw blade and cut it up? That...

    Get a 1/8" bandsaw blade and cut it up? That ought to be strong enough.:cool:
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    Carl... I had a little time today, and cut up...

    Carl...

    I had a little time today, and cut up some melamine shelving, so I decided to do a quick test with the shop vac. I first used the ShopSmith dust collector/shop vac that I have had for...
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    I will try to clarify David. Two cabinet saws...

    I will try to clarify David.

    Two cabinet saws back to back, and offset so that each one used the side table of the other as the outfeed. 10" or so between them where the DC fittings are, with no...
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    Carl, I also recently got a CU300 Smart. I am...

    Carl,

    I also recently got a CU300 Smart. I am using a temporary 4" from my 6" drop to the saw port, until I have time to hook up some 5" pipe to the 6" drop. Works ok, but could be better. ...
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    I had back to back, with about a foot between...

    I had back to back, with about a foot between them for DC, etc. Always meant to put a spacer between them, but never did because one saw had an oddball fence with a wheel on the end. One Unisaw,...
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    I had a '70's vintage 1 1/2 HP Unisaw I bought...

    I had a '70's vintage 1 1/2 HP Unisaw I bought new, and had never heard of thin kerf blades back then. I suspect thin kerf blades were not common when your saw was built, and that it was designed...
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