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    Yes, that is what I was referring to. The big...

    Yes, that is what I was referring to. The big box that says do not turn this wheel. I agree that it appears to be a good place to mount the VFD.

    A motor contactor is a big relay that engages to...
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    So the seller is betting that you will miss any...

    So the seller is betting that you will miss any single payment in the next 2 years or not be able to finance it in under two years from now and they will walk away with your $15K and monthly payments...
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    Another possibility to consider: 479014 ...

    Another possibility to consider:

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    GREAT JOB!!!! I sympathize with the ton of...

    GREAT JOB!!!! I sympathize with the ton of effort and extraordinary patients all of that took! Please let us know how it all plays out. Please keep in the back of your mind the state agencies that...
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    The Hitachi WJ VFD's are considered a premium...

    The Hitachi WJ VFD's are considered a premium VFD. I have a couple and they are the only ones that would not work directly out of the box without setting a couple of parameters first. Setting the...
  6. I picked up a brand new (never used) Porter Cable...

    I picked up a brand new (never used) Porter Cable 7539 3hp plunge router with a Router Raizer installed and the original router plunge springs loose in the original box at a Habitat for Humanity for...
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    A lot of my routers are old to quite old. When I...

    A lot of my routers are old to quite old. When I initially seat a bit in the collet I always make sure to pull it up an 1/8" or so before tightening the collet. When it comes time to remove the bit...
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    I think your best option is to pay the ransom at...

    I think your best option is to pay the ransom at the dealer and get a new fob from them.
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    What kind of car is it and how old is it? Some...

    What kind of car is it and how old is it?

    Some fobs can be easily replaced and some are just darned expensive. What ever you do stay away from the auto lock guys in the phone book. I had a...
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    For me it depends on the particular wood, the...

    For me it depends on the particular wood, the particular joint, the type of glue and how much stress the joint will be under. For a joint that will be under a lot of strain I will apply glue to both...
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    I would love to see a picture of your old...

    I would love to see a picture of your old jointer!

    I love old iron too. I also post on OWWM but it isn't nearly as friendly of a forum as it is here.
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    For grain raised by paint I would just sand it...

    For grain raised by paint I would just sand it before putting the next coat on.

    To patch and fill voids I prefer good old Bondo. It cures in 10 minutes and can be easily sanded. In my experience...
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    Spar varnish is generally used on boats where...

    Spar varnish is generally used on boats where there is a lot of sun exposure. It will add a yellow tint to your white paint though.
  14. I would answer... because the hole they are...

    I would answer... because the hole they are covering is round! ;)
  15. Annular cutters are perfect for such projects! ...

    Annular cutters are perfect for such projects!

    https://www.amazon.com/Annular-Cutters/b?ie=UTF8&node=340028011

    You can usually pick up odd sizes on ebay for cheap.

    If you don't want to rent...
  16. The attic of my house makes a good kiln for...

    The attic of my house makes a good kiln for drying wood. Put the wood up there with a fan and it dries pretty quickly.
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    The fence on my Redstar RAS is similar. Instead...

    The fence on my Redstar RAS is similar. Instead of a piece of aluminum extrusion backing the fence I just have a jointed and planed 2x6 screwed directly to the back of the table. The sacrificial...
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    Thank you! The pictures don't really do the...

    Thank you! The pictures don't really do the Redstar justice. In person the Redstar is decently bigger and beefier than the Delta but the Redstar just has a short arm. The table on the Redstar is...
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    I would love a review of it when you get a chance...

    I would love a review of it when you get a chance to set it up.

    May I ask what the winning bid was?
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    I completely agree. I grew up learning...

    I completely agree. I grew up learning woodworking on my fathers Delta 10" turret arm saw. My first radial arm saw (and first stationary saw) was a well used Craftsman RAS that I was a little...
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    As a software engineer I can completely respect...

    As a software engineer I can completely respect that! :)
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    Would a fan blade mounted on a 3phase induction...

    Would a fan blade mounted on a 3phase induction motor qualify as explosion proof? Or even better, a would TEFC (Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled) 3ph induction motor be explosion proof? Assuming that...
  23. 30 years ago I built the base for my 15" planer...

    30 years ago I built the base for my 15" planer with 4" locking casters. In that 30 years I don't believe the casters have been locked once. The weight of the machine with the rubber covered cast...
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    Very good info too, thank you!

    Very good info too, thank you!
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    I have shyed away from upgrading to a Shelix head...

    I have shyed away from upgrading to a Shelix head because of some of the complaints simular to what you described. It is nice to know that you have worked through and fixed the problem. I would...
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