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    That would be the obvious solution:) but it...

    That would be the obvious solution:) but it won't work for the spot (location/traffic/aesthetics), and I'm pretty sure the wife would veto it in a second.
  2. I tend to use machines in batches, so I will turn...

    I tend to use machines in batches, so I will turn on the 3HP cyclone at the start of the batch, and then (if I remember) turn it off at the end of the batch. I think I'm not supposed to do more than...
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    Quick flooring finish fix

    Hi,
    Question for the experts. I have a section in my wood floor that the finish has worn off from my office chair rolling on it. The flooring is some 90s vintage wood laminate. Based on what I...
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    Two words: Wood Stove. I do have a 2' x 3' x 2'...

    Two words: Wood Stove. I do have a 2' x 3' x 2' rolling cart I save useful sized scrap in, but that is the strict limit. The rest goes into the stove, fire pit, or maple sap evaporator. I'm...
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    I've nearly lost my ability to do basic math...

    I've nearly lost my ability to do basic math without a calculator or Excel, and I use math in my daily job. That probably is why I can't do it in my head anymore; I have Excel do all the...
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    I don't believe that my kids (2 recent grads and...

    I don't believe that my kids (2 recent grads and one still in high school) got taught cursive, which surprised me. They have all learned to sign their names in cursive, but I think they learned that...
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    Back when he was still coaching, someone once...

    Back when he was still coaching, someone once asked future Hall of Fame coach Bud Grant if he watched football games in the off season. His response was something on the lines of "Does a painter...
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    I have the Milwaukee 5615, 5625, and two DeWalt...

    I have the Milwaukee 5615, 5625, and two DeWalt DW618B3 kits, and a few more routers. I used the 5615 in a table until I inherited the 5625. I bought it with the intention of using it both hand...
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    #1 could also be a small Babbitt bearing scraper....

    #1 could also be a small Babbitt bearing scraper.
    #2 yes, telescoping gauges
    #3 yes, Morse/B&S taper drift
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    Yes, cedar, purple heart, cocobolo, ebony,...

    Yes, cedar, purple heart, cocobolo, ebony, rosewood (most tropical woods actually as well as some domestics) are on that list. Not surprisingly, they tend to be the rot resistant ones, since the...
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    There is a condition called Red Cedar Asthma...

    There is a condition called Red Cedar Asthma which you can get from working with Cedar. I found this out because I came down with it 25 years ago after spending a week working with cedar, making...
  12. Bless it Jason, now I need to go and clean the...

    Bless it Jason, now I need to go and clean the drool off my keyboard:)

    The wood is probably quartered white oak, with some kind of period Mission finish on it. It should clean up nicely with some...
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    I've got my old iMac hooked via HDMI to an old...

    I've got my old iMac hooked via HDMI to an old Panasonic flat screen hooked to an old sound bar my father in law gave us. It works well enough and didn't cost anything extra as it is all stuff that...
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    I snagged the the green one nearly 20 years ago...

    I snagged the the green one nearly 20 years ago on double clearance from Rockler. I'm definitely not giving it up.
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    My Makita track saw was purchased with even less...

    My Makita track saw was purchased with even less justification than that (3 cuts), but I was at the point where I had told myself on the previous project "the next time I need to make this kind of...
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    In the 90s, I unlocked and got into the wife's...

    In the 90s, I unlocked and got into the wife's Wild Strawberry Metallic '91 Escort at some store parking lot and was about to drive off, but I wondered when she got the roller blades in the passenger...
  17. Growing up, our shop was in one bay of a garage...

    Growing up, our shop was in one bay of a garage shared with a Plymouth Valiant. We had a contractor style table saw, bandsaw, 48" belt/disc sander, 6" jointer, drill press, small shaper (all 60s and...
  18. I made a wooden belt guard for mine. Mostly...

    I made a wooden belt guard for mine. Mostly because I made a enclosed wooden mobile base for mine. The reason for the new base was that I wanted to change the height of the table. It was so long...
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    I confess I opened this thread thinking it was...

    I confess I opened this thread thinking it was about parallel bars used in setting up work on machine tools. I'd actually never seen or heard of these parallel guides before. Now having seen them I...
  20. That model didn't change much over its history. ...

    That model didn't change much over its history. Pretty much any manual for that style saw would work. I have the Pentair era version of that saw (1996) and it is almost identical other than having a...
  21. My question is what does the joint between the...

    My question is what does the joint between the brass spigot and the (assumed galvanized) pipe look like? The joint that has apparently been encased in concrete with all its leachable electrolytes...
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    I've been trying to figure out how to move the...

    I've been trying to figure out how to move the cyclone to the outside of the shop to put the motor outside, while still venting the air back into the shop. Essentially I would like the heat from the...
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    I would also be concerned about reflected noise....

    I would also be concerned about reflected noise. Specifically to reduce noise, I went with OSB on my ceiling with acoustic ceiling tile screwed into that, and blown in cellulose above. People with...
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    I have the JET-718200K with straight knives. I...

    I have the JET-718200K with straight knives. I got it about a year ago from Acme. I went with Jet over Grizzly, because with the 10% off sale and free shipping and free lift gate it worked out to...
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    First or Second one Face at least 6" wide. FAS...

    First or Second one Face at least 6" wide. FAS is graded from the poorer face and F1F is graded from the best face. The poorer face is #1 Common.

    SEL (Select) is First or Second one Face that...
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