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    I like the carbide blades when working with...

    I like the carbide blades when working with sheetrock. I'm not sure they are really cost effective for that, but they reduce the hassle of (as) frequent blade changes. Sheetrock dulls regular...
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    I lean the other way. I prefer crisp edges. ...

    I lean the other way. I prefer crisp edges. Generally I hit all edges with two passes of a 180 grit sanding block at the end of sanding, and that's mostly because finish sticks better if the edges...
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    Not my dog....but could be... 453099

    Not my dog....but could be...

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    We have a midland WR-300; it's probably an older...

    We have a midland WR-300; it's probably an older model now. Works fine. Can be programmed using SAME codes. We have it set to alert on our county and the appropriate surrounding counties. I have...
  5. I have three of them (must have been all they had...

    I have three of them (must have been all they had wherever I bought them; don't think I would buy an odd number on purpose). Guessing it must have been at least 20 years ago. Pretty sure they...
  6. We've had a mid size sentry safe for many years...

    We've had a mid size sentry safe for many years with no issues..., but long enough that I can't really comment on current models or brands. One thing to be aware of is to plan on some sort of...
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    I have 4 or 5 of these (couple in the shop,...

    I have 4 or 5 of these (couple in the shop, couple in garage, out in the barn...) because I find them to work well and hold up. The only trouble I've had with them is after breaking down a bunch of...
  8. I've thought about moving the dust port to the...

    I've thought about moving the dust port to the right side of the saw (which would involve boring a 4+ inch hole through the side of the cabinet). I don't know why SS doesn't put a hole on the side...
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    Gorgeous door David!

    Gorgeous door David!
  10. I have the stabilicers Max original design and...

    I have the stabilicers Max original design and find them indespensible for walking in icy conditions. One fitted and adjusted they are quick to put on and remove. The cleats are replaceable, but...
  11. Finished all the glue-up, flattening, scraping,...

    Finished all the glue-up, flattening, scraping, and sanding of my desk tops and have the first two coats of finish on the bottom sides. I've been searching online for decent quality pop up power...
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    I guess I can see why she felt the need to clear...

    I guess I can see why she felt the need to clear that up....

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  13. We have a Bosch dishwasher. I can put cereal and...

    We have a Bosch dishwasher. I can put cereal and soup bowls sideways either on the middle rack or the lower rack. The racks have two sets of tines and one set folds down to make the space between...
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    Thanks all! I wish I had thought to plug it (or...

    Thanks all! I wish I had thought to plug it (or asked here earlier) while the board with the knot hole was still rough; it would have been an easy job at the drill press. However, the tops are...
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    Knot hole: fill or not?

    On what will be the bottom surface of one of the cherry desk tops I'm building, there is a knot hole. Roughly 3/4 in diameter and 5/8 or 3/4 deep in the 1" thick top. There is no sign of the knot...
  16. In addition to Jamie's comments, they stick...

    In addition to Jamie's comments, they stick farther into the cabinet opening, which probably isn't an issue if this is a wall cabinet, but they could block roll-outs on a base cabinet.
  17. Another option is to temporarily clamp a stop...

    Another option is to temporarily clamp a stop block against the far side of the fence and insert a shim (or feeler gauge) of desired movement. If you need to move the fence away from the blade,...
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    If they are side mounts, there is often a slight...

    If they are side mounts, there is often a slight detent to hold them closed. But if the slide is mounted a little too far back (the cabinet mounted part) or too far forward (the drawer mounted part)...
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    Lol...if only it were that easy...

    Lol...if only it were that easy...
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    I second Bradley's suggestion to use a pipe...

    I second Bradley's suggestion to use a pipe flange. That way if you move or remove you only have a couple of smaller screw holes to patch (or not). Plus there will be no doubt it will be strong...
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    To the right of the search box at the top of the...

    To the right of the search box at the top of the page is a flag. Click on it and select english.
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    I think you can still buy a new superradio, now...

    I think you can still buy a new superradio, now type III, and now branded RCA (was originally GE I think?). It works the way you want. Or you could pick up a used version I or II; they all work the...
  23. I will second (third...) the recommendation to...

    I will second (third...) the recommendation to switch to water borne. I use Enduro-var, high-performance, and have tried Target's products; happy with results from all of them. I tend to tint the...
  24. Beautiful desk David!

    Beautiful desk David!
  25. Stay warm Dennis! We've had some snow and cold,...

    Stay warm Dennis! We've had some snow and cold, but nothing really out of the ordinary for Feb. in NE Ohio. Other parts of the country were not so lucky. I had planned a trip to Hartville tool for...
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