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    Martin - not for the reasons you originally...

    Martin - not for the reasons you originally considered but you might want to cancel the order depending on the wait time. When I replaced my saw last year I was going to get a Grizzly but they were...
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    I just drank the Kool-Aid and bought the Festool...

    I just drank the Kool-Aid and bought the Festool 5" ETS EC 125/3 sander. I went with the 5" over the 6" because I thought it would be easier to handle.
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    Jim - I haven't visited the site much lately to...

    Jim - I haven't visited the site much lately to catch up on threads so forgive me if this has been discussed.

    I can't remember what the footprint of your shop will be but cutting down the high...
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    Thank you for posting this. Here's to hoping...

    Thank you for posting this.

    Here's to hoping that the importance of craft will not be lost in this digital world.
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    Looks like you are getting your money's worth out...

    Looks like you are getting your money's worth out of the bus. That shovel looks like a coal scoop - looks like a workout. Good luck with your build.
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    Paul - good luck with your top. I haven't seen...

    Paul - good luck with your top. I haven't seen the Cosman video but I think edging the MDF with wood is a sound approach. I have a workbench that now serves as an outfeed table but was my workbench...
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    Nice job of presenting

    Nice job of presenting
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    Thanks for sharing. Sounds like a fun trip. My...

    Thanks for sharing. Sounds like a fun trip. My wife and I are getting on a train tomorrow evening in Whitefish; heading for the Oregon coast for a week.

    We are looking forward to it.
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    I have one of these and it works great. Makes it...

    I have one of these and it works great. Makes it a one-man job.
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    Looking very nice Glenn.

    Looking very nice Glenn.
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    Keith - that looks like a lot of fun. Curious in...

    Keith - that looks like a lot of fun. Curious in '67 if the MC is single or dual-circuit. Might be something to consider if single-circuit. I don't think the modification would be that hard.
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    Jim - looking forward to following along with...

    Jim - looking forward to following along with your progress.

    A couple of thoughts based on my recent experience:

    - High windows - let in winter light and sun and not so much the sun in the...
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    That is what I use if for.

    That is what I use if for.
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    If it is poly-coated Tyvek it could be washed. If the paper type, not so much.

    We buy them by the pallet. Wouldn't think a single suit would be all that much $$.
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    Here is what I received back from my niece. ...

    Here is what I received back from my niece.

    Sorry it took so long. I have been traveling. They are apparently still working on the name and address from the front of the card.
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    Gouges in Brand New Floor

    My wife and I have been babying our new floors as we finish the trim and some other work that I won't go into here. Today I got enough trim done to re-install the free-standing Vermont Castings...
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    Bruce - that is an excellent suggestion. I can't...

    Bruce - that is an excellent suggestion. I can't remember if I registered it or not. I know I have registered several tools over the years. I will find out tomorrow.
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    Thanks Bill. Right now I am having to move it...

    Thanks Bill. Right now I am having to move it around some. I think the replacement spring will take care of it.

    My mortiser has a gas spring and it seems to work well.
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    Bill - as I said I don't really want to jury-rig...

    Bill - as I said I don't really want to jury-rig something.

    What I should have said was I don't want to come up with a Rube Goldberg solution.:D
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    My Powermatic has the same feature. In the...

    My Powermatic has the same feature. In the manual it is described as "depth limiter".

    I wouldn't remove it for the reasons Bill stated.
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    Thanks guys. I will try the suction method...

    Thanks guys. I will try the suction method first. Don't want to have to explain to my wife what happened to her ladle...:D
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    OK. Thanks everyone for chiming in. I will take...

    OK. Thanks everyone for chiming in. I will take it apart and look for a spring when I get done with my current trim project.

    Appreciate the help.
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    Miter Saw Return Spring

    I have a 12" Ridgid miter saw and the spring that lifts the saw off the cut no longer functions. Parts are NLA. I haven't taken it apart. The saw is still a pretty good machine other than that. ...
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    Maurice - thanks for the video. I just watched...

    Maurice - thanks for the video. I just watched the whole thing.

    This may be of some interest. In the early 90s I was in Phoenix for some training and went to Mesa, AZ to the CAF museum to get...
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    Was just watching some YouTube videos a couple of...

    Was just watching some YouTube videos a couple of weeks ago with a restored PT boat. Pretty cool.

    I remember reading somewhere probably 10 or 15 years ago - in 1970 you could buy a P51 for...
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