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    Sticky: Thanks for the opportunity. Please include my...

    Thanks for the opportunity. Please include my name in the drawing.
    Thank You.
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    That was so funny - still trying to stop laughing.

    That was so funny - still trying to stop laughing.
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    Simply gorgeous! Words can't express all that is...

    Simply gorgeous! Words can't express all that is behind the design and build. Congratulations!
  4. The disinfectant sprays still are in short...

    The disinfectant sprays still are in short supply here in NH, so during the interim I've been using Isopropyl 70% alcohol, i.e. rubbing alcohol. It was also out of stock for a while, but it finally...
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    Having had the same problem, and then having an...

    Having had the same problem, and then having an experienced woodworker who had his own jointer having the same results on my jointer, I believe him. Shimming to co-planar the tables solved the...
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    A false rumor that implied Stanford Health as the...

    A false rumor that implied Stanford Health as the source. It was denied by Stanford Health as noted below.IMPORTANT NOTICEA widely circulating Google document claiming to have identified a potential...
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    My favorite author & have read all of his books....

    My favorite author & have read all of his books. Sad to see him go.
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    I had the same problem years ago & had to shim...

    I had the same problem years ago & had to shim the gibs to have co-planar tables & cutter head. Prior to that my jointer would take a board that was reasonably uniform in thickness with no twist &...
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    Andrew Moore above gave exactly my thoughts as...

    Andrew Moore above gave exactly my thoughts as well. If appropriate, you always can always make a portable "cube" booth using PVC piping with a plastic sheeting wrap held to the piping with snap...
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    French cleat.

    French cleat.
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    Ted, what a great set-up! Very thoughtful design...

    Ted, what a great set-up! Very thoughtful design indeed!
    A couple things that I was concerned about when I read the OP's post, and which you have taken care of, was whether the OP was going to joint...
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    I'd mask & cover as suggested above, i.e....

    I'd mask & cover as suggested above, i.e. everything & close off the room. It's better to do the protective" work up front rather than the "repair" work afterwards. Also, I would not use a fan as it...
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    If your shop has exposed floor joists, have you...

    If your shop has exposed floor joists, have you considered hanging them flat from the joists using either metal straps or a skeletal wooden frame attached to the joists?
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    Comparing Notes (NH): 4,100 Sq.Ft. House,...

    Comparing Notes (NH):
    4,100 Sq.Ft. House, Artesian Well 425' deep-3/4 HP pump-20 GPM
    Utility Eversource $.0939/KWH-$2791/yr.
    20KW Kohler Standby Generator (Propane)-very infrequent...
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    Nice! Well done!

    Nice! Well done!
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    If you could add some air flow, even just a small...

    If you could add some air flow, even just a small fan to circulate the air, that would also help, at least initially after you purchase & stack the lumber. The dehumidifier would draw off bulk of...
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    I never heard of Charles Neil until I just now...

    I never heard of Charles Neil until I just now read a reference to one of his videos on another thread here "What should I do with this hairline crack in cherry wood?". I was immediately impressed...
  18. Now that was ingenious! So much common sense to...

    Now that was ingenious! So much common sense to that fix. I'm going to save that trick for sure.
    Thanks Alan!.
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    Would setting up a different, i.e. secret email...

    Would setting up a different, i.e. secret email account for yourself, purchase using that email address, while setting up the family account as the default email account work? Just a thought, haven't...
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    Good reference John. Mike provides good insight...

    Good reference John. Mike provides good insight into the problem of "what to do & how to get there", i.e. know yourself first, then proceed.

    There is much written & spoken about what one should...
  21. Mike, what a great idea! I'm hanging onto that...

    Mike, what a great idea! I'm hanging onto that one. Thanks!
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    Please!!! Don't use the shop, it's way too pretty!

    Please!!! Don't use the shop, it's way too pretty!
  23. 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...
  24. 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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