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    Absolutely beautiful result! The inlay is...

    Absolutely beautiful result! The inlay is awesome...it really appears more like you relieved the top rather than added the raised inlay!
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    Umm...well...I use mine for a whole lot of things...

    Umm...well...I use mine for a whole lot of things and most of them actually are not cutting down sheet goods, although that's clearly the low-hanging fruit. I've cut down fully assembled furniture,...
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    Can't you bind the swing to the base with some...

    Can't you bind the swing to the base with some ratchet straps so it's fixed in place?
  4. Thread: Drag Knifes

    by Jim Becker
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    Should...and needs...to operate very smoothly,...

    Should...and needs...to operate very smoothly, Bill. Send it back if it's not right and the seller will take it back.
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    Since the tooling would enter the inserts...

    Since the tooling would enter the inserts off-center in his design, they are not going to spin.
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    That was a really good tool enhancement project!...

    That was a really good tool enhancement project! Scoring that material was great and clearly, it's perfect for the task.
  7. Your original thread is in the Neanderthal forum...

    Your original thread is in the Neanderthal forum area. There is a redirect here showing that it was moved.

    Jim
    Forum Moderator
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    If it's exposed, most likely, yes. But I'd do...

    If it's exposed, most likely, yes. But I'd do that anyway even if it wasn't required.
  9. Thread: Shaving

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    Bert, that's the thing...using a clipper, say...

    Bert, that's the thing...using a clipper, say once or twice a week and there is no "scraggly" because it keeps the growth even and neat looking, whether or not it's really short or longer by...
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    Biff, the big exhaust fan isn't there for...

    Biff, the big exhaust fan isn't there for removing the fumes from burning gas...it's to relieve what comes off the food and cookware, both for heat and smoke as well as for odors and aerosolized...
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    Thomas, I think that the theme is that a track...

    Thomas, I think that the theme is that a track saw can compliment a table saw, especially a smaller table saw. But I have an 8'6" sliding table saw and still pull out my track saw for certain things...
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    Larger bits require slower speed for safety above...

    Larger bits require slower speed for safety above all...remember, the wider the cutter, the faster the "tip speed" will be relative to how fast the motor is revolving.
  13. Thread: Shaving

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    I only "shave" my neck. The rest gets trimmed...

    I only "shave" my neck. The rest gets trimmed with the same high quality clippers (Andis) I use for my hair with a #1 or #1.5 ceramic cutter for the task. It's been a very long time since I...
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    If that's a breadboard end or similar, only glue...

    If that's a breadboard end or similar, only glue the Dominos in one piece except for the center one that should be glued on both sides. The Dominos glued to only one sude should be centered in the...
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    I also unloaded and built up my Stubby 750...

    I also unloaded and built up my Stubby 750 alone...reducing weight by removing easily detached parts and so forth can sometimes work for that, but it depends upon how the specific machine was...
  16. Derek, good choice with the change, both for...

    Derek, good choice with the change, both for stability and for, um...the height adjustment. :) I'm actually impressed with the width of the base on that tool and the fact that it appears to be a...
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    Dennis, you can still take commissions on longer...

    Dennis, you can still take commissions on longer tables...but there will be a substantial premium on the cost because of the extra work and labor cost to handle it...wink, wink...nod, nod...

    It...
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    YouTube is going to be a whole lot better over...

    YouTube is going to be a whole lot better over the fiber!
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    I agree that the modern fence on the outrigger is...

    I agree that the modern fence on the outrigger is a useful thing. That saw is looking great to-date!
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    Classic design and well executed. It's an easy...

    Classic design and well executed. It's an easy design to use as a base for alternative versions, such as with a wider apron and a drawer and/or with a lower shelf, etc. You can vary the look with...
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    Laying them out flat or hanging them flat over...

    Laying them out flat or hanging them flat over the edge of a container doesn't necessarily mitigate the risk...they can inadvertently get moved by brushing by them or air movement from say, an HVAC...
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    I wonder if in some jurisdictions that are pretty...

    I wonder if in some jurisdictions that are pretty strict on this if one might have to do dedicated circuits for specific machines to address the issue?
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    It's relatively new to the market, I believe, but...

    It's relatively new to the market, I believe, but Kreg generally has quality products. Just remember that when you get involved in a "track" type system, the word "system" is important since you may...
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    When ordering from Amazon, it's generally best to...

    When ordering from Amazon, it's generally best to buy things either sold directly by Amazon or stocked and shipped by Amazon for third parties when processing and delivery time is important. I often...
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    That's almost identical to what I do as noted...

    That's almost identical to what I do as noted above, Ken...including the gloves!
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