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    Local is important, but in the end I'd go with...

    Local is important, but in the end I'd go with the one that weighed the most.
  2. Behr Paint

    For Inside Wall Paint:
    417050
    This stuff is flat and needs two coats.
    417051
    This stuff is "Matte" and will cover in one coat, but needs to be thicker to cover roller marks due to it's slight...
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    Sam made a batch from phenolic about ten years...

    Sam made a batch from phenolic about ten years ago. If you can get him to make some again I'm in for a couple more.
  4. Venting Outside is Best Choice I've ever made for...

    Venting Outside is Best Choice I've ever made for the shop
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    Until you try to cut a 45 on a two inch piece of...

    Until you try to cut a 45 on a two inch piece of maple. (essentially a 3 inch cut)
  6. Isn't that a metal bandsaw? If so, it's worth a...

    Isn't that a metal bandsaw? If so, it's worth a lot more.
    Is there a reducer gear on the other side?
  7. I'd wipe it all off with lacquer thinner then...

    I'd wipe it all off with lacquer thinner then reapply the teak oil. Immediately wipe all of it off with a paper towel to leave a thin finish that will probably dry overnight.
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    I rarely see hickory/pecan thicker than 4/4. Any...

    I rarely see hickory/pecan thicker than 4/4. Any thicker takes a long time to dry.
    I suggest looking up a kiln schedule to see if it's even possible to dry it at 3" without cracking.
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    I was going to say $9.

    I was going to say $9.
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    I'm going to bet that an unrestricted 6" has more...

    I'm going to bet that an unrestricted 6" has more flow than 8" through a filter.
    I exhaust outside. Biggest improvement I've ever made.
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    Grizzly offers a single phase 24" model. ...

    Grizzly offers a single phase 24" model.
    Oscillation will keep your belts from burning up, but you'll end up with wavy scratches instead of linear. A platen is the answer to that problem.
  12. Love it. I'll bet it weighs a ton.

    Love it. I'll bet it weighs a ton.
  13. I think the canopy in the photo is visually top...

    I think the canopy in the photo is visually top heavy. reducing height will make it more crown like. My $.02
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    This is an amazing place

    This is an amazing place
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    I second that

    I second that
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    It's my experience that the really curly stuff...

    It's my experience that the really curly stuff (tiger maple) is the soft kind. I look forward to the more knowledgeable experts confirming this (or not).
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    Many Thanks

    Many Thanks
  18. There's a release under the slider at the back.

    There's a release under the slider at the back.
  19. Run Forest Run

    Run Forest Run
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    I sure wouldn't try gluing all 4 corners at the...

    I sure wouldn't try gluing all 4 corners at the same time.
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    Cut a 1" hole in a board with the brad point bit....

    Cut a 1" hole in a board with the brad point bit. Put it over the hole and use it as a guide.
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    Due to the large sanding face oscillation is not...

    Due to the large sanding face oscillation is not that important. You will wonder how you ever did without this sander.
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    Took me a couple years to realize that router...

    Took me a couple years to realize that router tables (small hole) are cutter up and shapers (giant hole) are cutter down.
  24. I find T88 very forgiving on the mixing ratio,...

    I find T88 very forgiving on the mixing ratio, unlike the other brand. I always mix thoroughly.
  25. No Blood On My Tools

    No Blood On My Tools
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