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    I also thought of carbon fiber, but am wincing at...

    I also thought of carbon fiber, but am wincing at the thought/risk to both of you of doing this.
  2. My 5HP Oneida and air compressor share a...

    My 5HP Oneida and air compressor share a soundproof closet. The only time I get dust, is when I take out the plastic Oneida insert that keeps the bag down inside the 35gal drum. That always...
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    I've been using epoxy. Forgot about Bondo. So...

    I've been using epoxy. Forgot about Bondo. So much quicker. Better idea.
  4. I've had mine in my climate controlled workshop...

    I've had mine in my climate controlled workshop now for 10 days now, with a fan on them. Moisture content has gone from over 30% to around 18-21%. Still real high, but I wonder what the equilibrium...
  5. I've had a fan on it, indoors in my climate...

    I've had a fan on it, indoors in my climate controlled workshop for about a week now. MC running about 22% now (was >30% on arrival).

    I'll likely install it outdoors in a few days, and let it...
  6. Ed, this won't fulfill your criteria (I'm 0/2...

    Ed, this won't fulfill your criteria (I'm 0/2 there :( ) but this is the clock I grew up with. When I first went to elementary school, and my teachers were trying to teach me how to read time, how...
  7. Great tip. Sure going to use that one. Thanks,...

    Great tip. Sure going to use that one. Thanks, Jim.
  8. Thanks for the info, Jim. I wish I had asked...

    Thanks for the info, Jim. I wish I had asked before purchasing.

    I left the wood out on my back sidewalk for 2 days, in the afternoon Florida sun (mostly shaded) and a windy day. The boards are...
  9. Joe: My tools are somewhat oversized from...

    Joe:

    My tools are somewhat oversized from yours, but I am a one man hobbyist. I chose the 5HP Oneida. Overkill - perhaps, but it works great for some long runs and curves to machines, especially...
  10. I'm a huge fan of Atmos clocks. They are made by...

    I'm a huge fan of Atmos clocks. They are made by Jaeger-LeCoultre.

    Amazing mechanism. Mine has been running continuously, without ever being wound for almost 60 years now. It winds itself...
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    Thomas: I also run the DC pipes through the...

    Thomas:

    I also run the DC pipes through the floor of my workshop, and it is great. Mine was somewhat easier than yours, I'm sure, as it only has to go up 18" from the concrete floor through the...
  12. Any way to easily speed up pressure treated wood drying to be able to paint it

    Long story short, I've been building a small awning to keep rain off my solar inverters. I had built headers, braces and rafters out of some cedar I had lying around, and had painted it to match the...
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    +1,000,000

    +1,000,000
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    Yup. Nice store, nice staff. Big inventory. ...

    Yup. Nice store, nice staff. Big inventory.

    Wish it was a little closer.
  15. I'd like to say that I've never made a mistake...

    I'd like to say that I've never made a mistake and made a cut making a domino visible.

    Boy, I'd like to say that.... :rolleyes:
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    I would worry about robot vacs sucking up stray...

    I would worry about robot vacs sucking up stray nuts and bolts that fall and aren't seen. But I would love for a heavy duty one for my workshop.

    What exactly is sweeping compound? I think it...
  17. Beautiful fix, Andrew. I can't see it in the...

    Beautiful fix, Andrew. I can't see it in the photo. And the sapele is beautiful.

    2nd rule of woodworking mistakes: Don't tell anyone about your mistake.

    We all find mistakes in our work. ...
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    I found this link which seems to go into detail...

    I found this link which seems to go into detail regarding the NFPA 33 Spray Booth Regulations. Interesting, but TL;DR parts of it.

    https://www.spraysystems.com/nfpa-33/
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    Why bronze impellers vs steel? I've seen...

    Why bronze impellers vs steel? I've seen aluminum suggested as well. Because they won't spark vs steel??
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    Or Disher for the kitchen.

    Or Disher for the kitchen.
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    Oh I loved Monk!!! I really miss that show. I...

    Oh I loved Monk!!! I really miss that show. I picked boring names for mine, like "kitchen". Missed out on that one. Are you getting Sharona for the workshop??

    And Leigh, as much as I vacuum my...
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    I was going to jump in and make the same...

    I was going to jump in and make the same suggestion that Jim did. That's a really nice looking bench. I would try to duplicate the legs. I think you'll be very happy you did.
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    Funny, I have 3 Roombas and a Braava Jet in my...

    Funny, I have 3 Roombas and a Braava Jet in my house (several long-haired dogs - works great for that), and never thought of having one in the workshop. Even with the automatic emptying dust bin, I...
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    $4000 !!!!!! :eek: Can certainly buy a few new...

    $4000 !!!!!! :eek:

    Can certainly buy a few new drill bits for that amount.
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    Never heard of these before. Wow, this would...

    Never heard of these before. Wow, this would have made things easier moving furniture into my tall house.

    I found a youtube of a different unit that lifts in a different fashion than the treads. ...
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