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  1. Those legs appear to be round. My though would be...

    Those legs appear to be round. My though would be that it would have to be started on a lathe and then the flats to connect to the credenzas bottom and the stretcher added after.
  2. Copper has the added benefit of being...

    Copper has the added benefit of being antimicrobial. But also very expensive compared to the others. If you are boring I think your choices are Pex and copper.

    In the end get a warranty with it...
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    I like the sides to be 3/4 so i can put a decent...

    I like the sides to be 3/4 so i can put a decent screw in the sliders. I did however make my 1st 1/2" boxes yesterday(glued and nailed) for drill press cabinet. My shop go to is 3/4 box with 1/2"...
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    Wise. If cash becomes tough you can always get...

    Wise. If cash becomes tough you can always get your $5 back on it
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    Yes!! a coat on all my cast flat surfaces every 4...

    Yes!! a coat on all my cast flat surfaces every 4 months or so.The can last a long time.It kind of reminds me of the spray Clark Griswald puts on his sled too. Careful your crosscut sled may fly off...
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    Is this one time use? Accuracy and quality go up...

    Is this one time use? Accuracy and quality go up as the price does generally speaking. If you dont plan on using it the cheapest one would be the way to go. It will be accurate enough
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    I dont use hand tools as often as Id like but. I...

    I dont use hand tools as often as Id like but. I started with the Diasharp stuff and found it to be too aggressive even at the fine level. I rarely go lower than 1000 on a stone. Once the bevel is...
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    I changed all of mine. The original non blumotion...

    I changed all of mine. The original non blumotion ones started making loud clicks when the door was opened and closed. I was changing them so I did them all. I would just order 1/3 of what you need...
  9. John I couldnt tell you, I only use the acid...

    John I couldnt tell you, I only use the acid based stuff as well. The newer water based fluxes stink. You have to be more precise with the heat because the water based flux cooks out and the solder...
  10. Is it Rigid type vac? can you reverse it to see...

    Is it Rigid type vac? can you reverse it to see if it blows the other way?
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    The avid stuff is expandible Camaster has a lot...

    The avid stuff is expandible
    Camaster has a lot of good feedback here
    Powermatic seams pricey( I havent read many reviews on it but to me PM makes good machines but they arent in the automation...
  12. End grain boards properly oiled end up a bit...

    End grain boards properly oiled end up a bit dull. Edge/face will remain brighter(not really glossy). You could try oiling it and buffing off waiting a day and doing it again waiting another couple...
  13. Wet wood? may have clogged it up take the blade...

    Wet wood? may have clogged it up take the blade out and play around
  14. Keep it you can use it on anything that isnt...

    Keep it you can use it on anything that isnt drinking water. Compressed air lines in the garage/heating hot water/drainage/etc.

    The lead ban isnt much of a problem now but when it first hit we...
  15. Thread: Oh, Boy!

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    That thing is a beast. I stopped my collection at...

    That thing is a beast. I stopped my collection at #5 but played with it at a woodworking show a few years back. I love my veritas planes
  16. Ive tried a few I cant get used to it. Though I...

    Ive tried a few I cant get used to it. Though I have only tried the heavier ones. The quality of the katz moses one is very good. I may try a lightweight cotton one at some point
  17. Thread: Boots

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    kind of a personal question. Every foot is...

    kind of a personal question. Every foot is different. The one I landed on after 15 years of trial and error was Danner
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    Why not hand cut them. For 8" blade I know...

    Why not hand cut them.

    For 8" blade I know they dont like going thin because they need to be able to be harmonically balanced or whatever. but for this purpose you only need the outer 1/4" to be...
  19. Thread: pewter

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    General Metalworking Dont braze it.I tried for an ex's mother and it...

    Dont braze it.I tried for an ex's mother and it didnt work out. 50% solder would be what I tried if I did it again, If not epoxy
  20. Looks great.

    Looks great.
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    When dealing in construction lumber nearest 1/2...

    When dealing in construction lumber nearest 1/2 is close enough, so its still 1" :)

    If it is a mistake then I would be just as upset as if it was to cheat us. This stuff should be consistent on...
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    Even though he was down to the last boiler he was...

    Even though he was down to the last boiler he was paying 600 a month in gas for basically no heat. Forgot to mention He received 8,000 for each existing boiler and 1000 for the water heater from...
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    I started looking at putting them on 2 machines...

    I started looking at putting them on 2 machines because the gates are out of reach and its a pain to go opening and closing. I had thought about tieing the machines to the gates and not doing the...
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    Speeking of oversized, I did a side job and...

    Speeking of oversized, I did a side job and replaced a boiler for a guy. It was an old farmhouse with radiators. The original boiler was Steam but 40 years ago PSEG or someone like it came to the...
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    Picked up a qnap for the office this summer and...

    Picked up a qnap for the office this summer and setup was pretty good currently running 2 6Tb's in Raid. Theres a couple schools of thought on using them. Some are using them as backup and some use...
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