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  1. Thread: 2 Walnut

    by Al Launier
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    Burning is from the heat in the chips, usually...

    Burning is from the heat in the chips, usually due to a slow feed rate, or dull teeth rubbing against the woof instead of cutting it as it should, or lack of clearance between the teeth to clear the...
  2. Thread: Box Mods

    by Al Launier
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    Photos please.

    Photos please.
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    Now that was old time ingenuity! Great!

    Now that was old time ingenuity! Great!
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    I'm assuming the safety bar is not in the forward...

    I'm assuming the safety bar is not in the forward "safe" position when you shut it off the last time you used it...right?
    Are you adding enough oil to ensure the piston gets properly lubricated to...
  5. Good insight to the business side of things. I...

    Good insight to the business side of things. I hadn't given much thought to the points you made. Well stated! I've always thought that if people "short changed" businesses, causing a loss in profits,...
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    Certainly not true! Like others above I also have...

    Certainly not true! Like others above I also have the TS3650 and have used a 3/4" dado (without the flanged washer) and it worked very well.
  7. WOW! 79 responses to this thread. Sounds like the...

    WOW! 79 responses to this thread. Sounds like the OP hit a nerve.

    It seems to me that many abuse the practice of buying things using guesswork instead of homework. Buying several items to ensure...
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    I suspect that when the blade was welded one side...

    I suspect that when the blade was welded one side was not fully up against the back-stop. This would cause the blade not to sit flat as shown in the first photo. I would suggest you bring it back for...
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    Also, make sure the contractor is totally insured...

    Also, make sure the contractor is totally insured for him/her and his/hear workers for any damage to your property, for any & all liability, and for workman's compensation for himself/herself and...
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    Well done Mike - nice details! Boxes have...

    Well done Mike - nice details!

    Boxes have always been my favorite projects for gifts. I've always had concerns about holding the sides "tightly" against a miter gauge to prevent sliding while...
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    A Moment of Silence

    Let's all share a moment of silence in honor of the first respondents who gave their lives and their service, and for those who survived, yet still gave their service under the most difficult and...
  12. I would think a closed door along with the use of...

    I would think a closed door along with the use of desiccant could work. Or, perhaps something like this inside or nearby...
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    For just about everything - my wife. Bless her...

    For just about everything - my wife. Bless her heart!
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    David, I was also thinking of using heat, but...

    David, I was also thinking of using heat, but using steam instead. Could you try gluing up a couple of scrap pieces together, of the same thickness, letting the glue cure, and then place a t-shirt or...
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    Best of luck! Good to see you preparing in...

    Best of luck! Good to see you preparing in advance.
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    Home Depot & Lowes has it as food grade Cutting...

    Home Depot & Lowes has it as food grade Cutting Board Oil
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    How close must your depth measurement be? Is...

    How close must your depth measurement be?

    Is your micrometer similar to this style...
  18. Very well conceived and very well made. You...

    Very well conceived and very well made. You should be proud of this work table - it looks great! All my equipment is on casters, so I can appreciate how much you'll enjoy this work table. Heck, you...
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    Resolved. I had set up cookies for this site, but...

    Resolved. I had set up cookies for this site, but had used www.sawmillcreek.org. I changed it to https://sawmillcreek.org and it worked. Getting older.:(
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    Having to sign on every time I visit SMC

    I'm registered, & I click on "Remember Me" when I Sign On, but I have to do this every time I visit SMC. Why is this?
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    If you decide to spray outside I would urge you...

    If you decide to spray outside I would urge you to guard against flying insects. If you could spray paint the truck in a large cardboard box & then cover with fine netting, i.e. like fiberglass...
  22. Yes it will.

    Yes it will.
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    Have you considered 7/8 Polyethylene Closed Cell...

    Have you considered 7/8 Polyethylene Closed Cell Foam rope caulking. I've used various diameters, not 7/8", perhaps it's available??? HD/Lowes???
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    You could also drill a hole through both the...

    You could also drill a hole through both the nut(s) & the rod & use a press fit pin to hold the assembly tightly in place.
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    Nice work! I think it would depend on how much...

    Nice work! I think it would depend on how much experience you have with each finish, particularly lacquer & how you intend to apply either; I'm assuming spray. If comfortable with lacquer I would go...
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